As the digital switchover continues, having a decent signal is more important than ever. This powerful indoor aerial has two antennas inside to guarantee finding a perfect picture. It works up to 18 miles from the transmitter and it can take in signals from 180 degrees. This takes away the hassle of nudging it around to find the best reception.

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As the digital switchover continues, having a decent signal is more important than ever. This powerful indoor aerial has two antennas inside to guarantee finding a perfect picture. It works up to 18 miles from the transmitter and it can take in signals from 180 degrees. This takes away the hassle of nudging it around to find the best reception.

The in-built SignalClear technology also filters out unwanted signals from mobile phones, speakers and so on, to ensure uninterrupted viewing. The One for All is terrestrial, HDTV, Freeview and TNT compatible and is HD ready too.

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