When you have bought a television, there are two important things to remember. You need a TV package and a cable to carry the signal into the TV. If you have cable television or TV via satellite, you need an antenna cable. On the other hand, if you have TV through your broadband connection, you need an HDMI cable from the TV box.
The technical term for an antenna cable is a coaxial cable. A coaxial cable is available in two different versions, F plug and IEC plug. F plug is used for mounting on an amplifier or if you have a satellite receiver. IEC is the type most people know. An IEC cable runs from the wall antenna socket and into the TV. Both modern flat screens and older CRT television use the IEC standard.
If you need an adapter between F plug and IEC, we have several different versions. We also have several types of aerial cables with angled head or with extra long range. T plug and splitters are also part of our range.
Several of our cables are YouSee ready or Stofa approved, to suit your TV package.