We live in the bush, and digital broadcasting is new. For years we have had satisfactory VHF and UHF TV reception from a two-piece antenna ( a wide one and a skinny one connected via a junction box.). The FM receiver is also connected to this antenna and is satisfactory as well, even though the VHF part of the antenna is looking a bit droopy. When we connected a STB to one TV and bought a TV with its own digital tuner, they both worked spectacularly well connected to the existing antenna. Now that we don't have any analogue TVs, we are thinking of replacing the drooping antenna with what we are told is all we need for digital reception, a very small thing that looks like a grill . If we have to do this, is its construction such that it will give us FM as good as we are getting now? I wish we could take the installer's word for it, but I don't really think he knows much more than I do.
16 years ago