Electronic Repairs and Sales


Can I still use my old TV once analogue terrestrial is switched off?

There is currently no need for another TV.

1.If you use a dish and decoder you will not notice any difference.

2.If you recently bought a new TV with built-in T2 receiver, you will have no problem.

3.If you still have an old TV , including a CRT (Box type TV) and use a normal aerial signal, you only have to buy a DVB and connect between your aerial and TV, as simple as that.

It also gives you some extra free channels. The receiver box we sell also includes an indoor aerial, working fine in most places.

Note: your old TV must at least have an AV input (as usually will be the case).

4. If you are in the low income group, you might apply for a free box from the post office.