There isnt many homes now that I come across that have just one television set, but with the growing number of channels now available its a comfort to know, that by just a trip into another room theres another channel that can be viewed. a favorite of many  of my customers especially the ones with satellite tv, is to have a loft box fitted

 

 

 

The Loftbox is an Integrated Distribution System. Normally located in the Loft, it combines Analogue, Digital (Freeview), FM, DAB, CCTV & Satellite onto one coaxial cable, feeding to a Triplexer wall plate in the living room

The 'Loftbox' takes a return feed from the living room which would typically be from the UHF2 output from the Sky digibox but if you dont have Sky then with the addition of a TV Link unit you can control up to two other units, DVD or Video or even a Freeview box. Each TV that is connected to the Loftbox with a remote sender (see Below ) as the facility to change channels on what ever component is connected to it. It may sound complicated, but its not at all. When we fit the system a full demonstration is given

The Loftbox is just an example of the way that television pictures can be distributed around the home. There are many other ways that this can be done with different results, not everyone watches Television the same. The Loftbox once installed would send to every room in the home: BBC, ITV, CH4, CH5 all Digital Television Channels ( Freeview), Sky Tv which can be controlled via sender units, FM Stereo Channels, DAB Channels, CCTV Channel if required
The Loftbox is an Integrated Distribution System. Normally located in the Loft, it combines Analogue, Digital (Freeview), FM, DAB, CCTV & Satellite onto one coaxial cable, feeding to a Triplexer wall plate in the living room