If you are looking for a new TV setup, you have probably thought about whether you should have antenna, satellite dish or a completely third solution. Or you have not thought at all, because you are actually completely bare bottom in the area. This article might help you learn more about this challenge.
Many Danes have the TV as one of the most important ’tools’ in the home. The TV is often the focal point for the fun, and it fills both in the morning when news is being watched, in the evening when it needs to relax, and for many also at other times of the day. Therefore, the choice of TV is of course also really important in the eyes of many.
The same is the choice a TV provider, since it is of course at least as important which channels one has available. Many choose their provider relatively uncritically, and it can unfortunately mean that you pay for a lot of channels you never watch, just as you might get a worse signal than you should have otherwise been able to get.
The classic question between antenna and satellite dishes is asked in many homes, and for many Danes it is quite black talk. For what is really the difference, and when to choose what? No matter which model you take, it is wise to find a really good set-up that can do it exactly as desired. This means that you will not experience a lot of unnecessary hassle with it in the future.
Below you can get an overview of which solution you will be able to get the most benefit from.
Advantages of dish
Dish has for many years been the most used model for Danes. In short, this means that you get a card that covers the channels you buy. In many cases it is certain packages that you can choose from, but there are also providers where you can choose your own channels. It’s smart because you don’t have to pay for all the channels you never look at anyway.
Satellite dish is ideal if you need TV for a whole family, where the needs are slightly different. It is in this way that you can cover more needs, and you can, for example, choose a package where you both get a lot of children’S TV, animal channels, etc. It is therefore ideal for a family.
Satellite dish is used in many areas where it is not possible to get Antenna TV or where you do not have the opportunity to stream the channels through the internet. Therefore, you can choose this solution, which covers the needs.
Many of the channels can be found at several of the providers – for example Viasat and Canal Digital. However, there are also certain exceptions where you have to choose a specific provider if you want a specific channel.
Advantages of antenna
Antennas are typical for the slightly narrower needs, and in principle it is a rather different solution. Here you typically get a number of free channels, which are paid through license from DR,and that way you can watch a lot of TV. However, if you need more special channels, you will probably need one of the other solutions – for example, a satellite dish.
A lot of homes in the cities have Antenna TV because this is where there are the best options for this kind because of the connection. An antenna takes up less space than a satellite dish when mounted outdoors, but it is still visible. The antenna solution, for example at Boxer, can be a sensible solution from an economic perspective, because you do not need such large packages. Instead, you can choose some specific channels that cover what you want to see.
TV via satellite dish or antenna
If you are looking for a new TV setup, you have probably thought about whether you should have antenna, satellite dish or a completely third solution. Or have…
Written d. 4 dec 2017 – No comments