Extra TV Points
Add extra TV outlets to your home.
Sockets are designed in different types depending on the job required.
If you’re wanting to move a TV point to another location a blank plate will conceal the old space in your wall. You can mix Foxtel and free to air into one faceplate, or if your looking to conceal wall mounted TV cables then a brush nose plate set will tidy up a wall’s appearance. Outside and patio TV points are commonly installed and can be a great additional feature to your home in the summer months.
A digital TV antenna is installed to suit your local area transmission tower, bandwidth and frequency. Their are many types available on the market & the antenna that suits your needs can be determined by a professional installer onsite.
The mounting setup depends on your building structure and availability to best signals. TV antennas in some cases are required to be raised 10ft or higher off the roof to reach optimal signal strength, this is especially significant when digital signal quality is poor & obstructed by mountain terrain, dense trees or buildings.
Masthead amplifiers (also known as boosters) can be installed underneath your antenna to improve signal in your system. This can be needed due to multiple TV outlet losses or from low, obstructed & fringe signal areas.
Amplifiers can also help you pick up broadcasting transmissions from other towers other than your local one, they may have alternative channels you wish to receive. Your installer can advise you of the correct type for your situation and if you are able to benefit from this.
Pixelation & Interference Solutions
There can be one or multiple issues to your antenna system causing break up of the picture. Bit Error Ratio (BER) will commonly cause pixelating channels, this is a loss of code in the digital transmission information being received by your antenna. It can also be the result of interference from an external or internal source. Your technician will advise you of the correct solution to your system.
Digital meters are used to detect terrestrial signal levels out in the field, they deliver an accurate reading of how channel frequencies are performing in your area. Digital meters also detect bit error ratio (BER), modulation error rate (MER) & sound to noise ratio (SNR). This is all important information to a installer who is educated in how digital transmission functions, it can be the difference in getting the results you desire. A good modulation rate is especially significant for smart TV information processing.
Digital box & Entertainment System Setup.
We supply HD quality digital boxes for any TV still using an analogue tuning system. Digital boxes come with additional features such as one touch recording & pause live TV. We can also supply and setup HDMI, RCB, AV, RF cables required for your entertainment equipment. If your in need of help setting up new entertainment devices and TV’s we can also assist with this.
TV Wall Mounting
TV brackets can be installed to the wall of your choice to be neatly displayed, save room and for great visual optimisation.
Commonly customers supply their own brackets to match their TV and we install them. If you are in need of the brackets to be supplied then this is a job that can be easily approached by the installer. In addition the cables can be hidden in the walls with brush nose wall plate sets for a neat & tidy appearance.