Read in-depth guides full of information and evaluate the pros and cons from some of the best Freeview aerials.
- August DTA240 High Gain Antenna. See More Images.
- RGTech Monarch 50 Indoor Aerial. See More Images.
- 1Byone 0.7mm Paper Thin HDTV Aerial.
- SLx Indoor TV Aerial 27769RG.
- Maxview Contour Plus Digital Aerial.
Which indoor TV aerial is best for Freeview?
Best indoor TV aerial for Freeview
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- RGTech Monarch 50 Black Review.
- SLx Gold 27769RG High-Performance Indoor Aerial Review.
Are there any good indoor TV aerials?
The short answer: it depends. For an indoor aerial to be enough, you need good reception at your house. And for good reception, you need a transmitter that’s close by – preferably less than 15 miles away from you.
Do I need an aerial for Freeview built in TV?
Yes. You need an aerial to receive Freeview. All you have to do is connect your TV to a working aerial. If your TV has Freeview built-in, you need an aerial in good condition to pick up the Freeview signal.
Do indoor aerials work with Freeview?
Yes. You need an aerial to get Freeview. But first, check your Freeview coverage and see what channels you can receive at your address. While some indoor (portable) aerials will pick up Freeview, for best results, we recommend a roof aerial.