Without subscription you enjoy the free of charge TV and Radio services with this Rebox DVB-T2 Indoor Package.
In the Netherlands this set is heavily used for watching sport events such as the by the NPO broadcasted major footbal games/tournaments, and the bicycle Tour de France event.
Because of it’s very flexible usage, this set can be simply deployed anywhere: during your holidays at the camping or boat, or use it in your office, or during your street party/event, watching a sportevent together with you neighbours.
This package consists of 2 parts; the all-time favourite RE-2400DVBT2 Free To Air settop box, PLUS our own developed and certified Rebox RE-23FA indoor antenna.
This giftboxed receiver comes together with: 220/12 Volt power adapter, HDMI cable, RCU, 2x AAA batteries, and manual plus quickguide.
After powering up, the menu will be on-screen in only 2 or 3 seconds (if you pre-selected the correct source/input of your TV of course).
This box is extremely fast!!
The great usability of this receiver is just what you can expect from us. Rebox has a BIG focus on this for 20 years already, for all our units.
This active 5V indoor antenna comes with a stand, and 3.5m cable, and is packed in a beautiful designed giftbox.
The gain is 19 dBi, and it’s range is upto 40km.
The 5V antenna power is delivered by the ‘2400’ unit, because this option is default set to ON in the menu.
This antenna is RED 1 classified and WEEE approved, and during several tests by a RF specialist it’s over all performance is better than similar other antenna models/brands.
This is because the RE-23FA only amplifies the pure signal, while other models/brands also amplify the ‘noise’. So compared to others, the signal-quality of the Rebox RE-23FA indoor antenna is better.
Positioning the antenna
The ‘2400’ unit starts with it’s automatic scan menu, by default. This works in most situations/locations.
Sometimes however, you might prefer a manual scan, because a terrestrial signal can be influenced by environmental conditions, and therefore maybe can be a bit harder to be picked-up.
In the manual scan-option you will have 2 bars to show you the signal-strenght and signal-quality. So re-positioning your antenna to get the highest bar-percentages, is just a ‘walk-in the-park’.
In most European countries a terrestrial network is, so called. vertically polarized. So often you will get the best signal/result when using the antenna in upright position.