Do I need to convert all the TVs in my house?
Yes, any TV you want to carry on using after switchover – and any that you want to watch digital channels on now – will need to be adapted. See extra TVs
Can I link multiple TVs in the house to my aerial?
Yes, there are various options including running cables or using a ‘video sender’ but these generally mean that everyone can watch only the same programme that is on the main TV. Often buying a set top box for each TV is easier.
For information on this see Extensions
My digital reception is poor when I use a Y splitter to connect
all the TVs in the house. What’s the solution?
If the signal is not particularly strong or you want to feed more than one extra TV in the house from the one aerial, ‘Y’ splitters are not suitable as they reduce the signal to each TV. The simple solution is to invest in a small aerial distribution amplifier. These cost around £20 from electronics shops or you can get your local aerial installer to fit one professionally. See extensions
I’m a Sky subscriber - how do I convert multiple TVs
If you want to receive Sky services on additional TVs you need to subscribe to Sky Multiroom for an additional subscription fee. For further information contact Sky Links
Alternatively you can buy Freeview set top boxes to convert additional TVs in the house, but you will only be able to receive Freeview channels on these TVs. Or go the Freesat route for another TV - see Satellite channels.