Business of The Week "Reilly Services TV "
Our Business of the week this week is local "Our", Colm Reilly of Reilly Services Balbriggan. Colm has been serving Balbriggan and surrounding area since he took over the business from his father almost 20 years ago. With the coming of Digital TV, Colm can cater for your every need when it comes to TV in your house. For example, say you have SKY in your sitting room but the TV in the kitchen uses the aerial on the roof, on the 24th of October this will not be possible. You need to get a "Saorview Box" to get the Irish Stations and "Freeview Box" to get the English stations. That's two boxes meaning two remote controls. Luckily, there is a "Combo Box" which gives you all the Irish & English you need and just one remote control.
Reilly Services, based in and serving Balbriggan and surrounding areas, is a professional TV, Aerial and Satellite Installation and Repair Service.
- Satellite Installation and Repairs.
- Aerial Installation and Repairs.
- Ireland's new Saorview Digital TV Signal.
- Flatscreen TV Installation.
- Multi-Room TV.
- Telephone Extensions.
- Broadband Setup.
What Happens on the 24th October
The red x and 24 October now visible on all RTE 1and Network 2 program's indicate the changeover date.
From this date there will be no Irish or English television channels broadcasting on the existing analog system . This means that if you are currently getting your BBC's and RTE's from a television aerial, from 24th October you will have nothing on your screen!
If however you have a Saorview tv (a flat screen tv purchased in the last 18 to 24 months ) you will most likely be able to receive the Irish stations after 24th October.
If you have an older tv (especially the old tube type tv ) you will need a saorview box to receive the Irish stations.
A saorview tv and a saorview box will NOT show any of the English stations. To receive the BBC's, UTV and Ch4 you will need a satellite dish. This is the only way you will receive these stations after 24th October.
Buying saorview boxes without considering the BBC's etc could be a waste of money because you will also have to buy a satellite box and dish (if you don't already have one).
The cheapest way around this is to purchase a combination box : saorview and satellite.
Each tv in the house will require a saorview box / satellite box or combination box to maintain your current viewing.
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Contact Colm for all your TV Requirements on 087-2352 150