The World Cup can come - with cable, satellite & Co.

The World Cup can come - with cable, satellite & Co.

The striker appears free in front of the goal, the decision on the foot. Suddenly the picture flickers. A horror scenario for football fans - but thanks to today's standards a relic of the past.

Because today hardly anyone has to worry about a successful football night - provided he has done his homework and is master of modern transmission technology.

No cable mess

Broadband cables - mostly made of fiberglass - are wind and weatherproof. Even if the world goes down outside, the box still flickers alive. The installation of large bowls on the house wall or roof are not necessary, because between the TV set and the box brings a simple antenna cable, the picture razor sharp on the TV. This is topped only by digital television, which manages with less bandwidth - in favor of an even better picture and sound. This requires special receivers, for example D-boxes or a DVB-C receiver. However, cable television, and in particular the digital version, has one drawback: vendors pay dearly for their service.

Out in the air via satellite

The image from the satellite reaches the screen on a direct route. Unlike cable TV accounts for connection and basic charges. Once assembled, the round bowl provides free-to-air television and the variety of programs is much larger - with more than 100 programs, there really should be something for everyone. If you want to save money here, you have to put up with a little effort or contact an electrician directly. Only a properly aligned dish finds the way to the satellite and brings so long joy. The place should therefore be well considered - rain, snow, ice and wind are not friends of a flawless television picture. The house wall is not always suitable for the assembly. If only the roof remains, then definitely a professional ran. Because with lightning protection is not to joke.

DVB-T - unfortunately not for everyone

Digital antenna television is probably the easiest and most cost-effective way to watch TV. The service has now penetrated almost into the last corner of the Republic. However, TV junkies might be bothered by the low number of channels. Those who can live with it, get a receiver and an indoor antenna and off you go.
High definition is currently only possible with transmission technologies such as satellite and cable. And let's face it - crisp images and cinematic sound will not only make the hearts of football fans beat faster.

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