The digital tv transformation is here and it's not only going to impact your tube in your home, your boat is beside go! Free-to-Air stations are presently offered in most locations in both analogue and digital, nevertheless the previous is being phased out as we speak. Some locations, such as the Mildura area are currently analogue free and a staged decrease in analogue transmission to other locations is well in progress. So what does this mean for you and your precious tv-at-sea?
The bright side is, it's a reasonably simple and low-cost repair. First of all, you do not need to change your old tv. While lots of people are seizing the day to update to a lightweight and area conserving flat screen, it's not completely essential. All you actually need is a digital set top box and a 2nd antenna cable television, which will set you back from $70 for a regular one to $250 for an excellent one with the capability to record and rewind shows (and obviously quick forwarding advertisement breaks!).
The set top box is put between your antenna and tv permitting you to see all the digital stations on your old TELEVISION, you do not even need to change your antenna. In practice however, the Australian marine environment can frequently show harmful to antenna cable televisions. Any wetness that has actually made its way into the ports or the cabling itself will be harmful to your reception, so you might need to change the cable television from your antenna to your digital set top box too.