If you are having issues with your TV, from loss of channels to pixelating, it’s time to upgrade and replace it with a new antenna. And, if you are one of the few who still have an analogue antenna, then we highly recommend that you upgrade to a digital antenna. The main reason is because they were designed for digital TV channels, which means that you are more likely to receive better a signal.
But, before you purchase your new digital antenna, we recommend you call the antenna experts, at Jim’s Antennas. All Jim’s Antennas franchisees are highly trained and fully qualified to diagnose and repair all Reception Issues for your Free To Air TV. Your local expert will also ensure that the antenna functions properly even if there’s heavy rain or storms – so that you are not devoid of crystal clear reception at any point in time.
Recently, Mark from Jim’s Antennas Mount Annan replaced an old analog antenna with a 4G filtered High Gain Matchmaster DR3010 VHF antenna paired with a Matchmaster masthead amplifier. Matchmaster make premium antennas that stand the test of time, and come with a manufacture’s lifetime guarantee.
So, whether your signal is weak or your TV is pixelating, now is the time to arrange your free onsite, no obligation quote, with your local Jim’s Antennas Franchise. Call 131 546 or book here today.
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