The first thing you need to do is set up the aerial which is simply a matter of plugging the attached cable into the Ant/in socket at the back of your television
The result was excellent! I now can get all of my Freeview channels from either bedroom (both of which suffer from very poor TV reception)I didnt bother with the doorbell as obviously I dont want a doorbell in the bedroom,but I did test the different chimes and volume controls and
The Aerial main unit can be very loud which is good so you can always hear it, of course if its too loud you can change the volume which is one of the 3 buttons on the back of it, the other 2 buttons are an Auto- learning button and the melody selector
I retuned my lads Digital TV, having already tried a similar one that you plug in to the mains that actually worked a treat I had high hope for this, I waited, it showed over 54 channels had been tuned
The Box Contains:~~~~~~~~~~Aerial main unit which includes 3m of cableAerial standPower adapter DC5VTransmitter (doorbell) which includes a CR2032 batteryInstruction leafletWhat does it look like?~~~~~~~~~~~~The doorbell element is a small neat black plastic oblong box with a grey doorbell button
Next go into TV settings and change the tuner mode to 'aerial'