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About Brian Bell the TV Man

Are you tired of poor television reception or picture quality? Call Brian Bell the TV Man for quality TV antenna repairs and installation in Cairns. Our team of qualified television mechanics can help you get crystal clear TV reception. Locally operated, we use knowledge of the Cairns area and the latest technology to fix your reception problems. We take care of antenna installations to provide you with the best possible picture quality. As well as antenna and reception services, we offer TV setup and tuning and extra TV point installations. We will have you up and running in no time! From Palm Cove to Babinda and every town in-between, Brian Bell the TV Man is your one-stop-shop for all your television problems. Whether your TV is new or old, we will have you enjoying your favourite movies and shows in a jiffy. For fast TV reception diagnosis and issue resolution, call Brian Bell the TV Man today!


  • Set top boxes

  • DVD players


  • TV antenna installation

  • TV reception problems

  • Extra TV points

  • Maintenance

  • Multi-dwelling antenna installations

  • TV reception

  • Antenna upgrades

  • Antenna problem solving

  • Setup & tunning of TV, video, DVD & set top boxes

  • Repair and maintain your VHF or UHF systems

  • Antenna repairs

  • Pixelation

  • Loss of picture

  • Signal dropouts


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Frequently Asked Questions

Why can't I receive certain HD channels, like 7HD or ninehd?

Often this is due to your TV not supporting the MPEG4 standard. Those channels, and others, are broadcast in MPEG4, so if you're not able to access them, check your TV's user manual to see if MPEG4 is supported.

I Don't want to buy a new TV for these channels. How can I access them?

If you don't want to upgrade or change TVs, then the best option is to get a digital set top box or personal video recorder (PVR). As long as the one you select supports MPEG4 then you will be able to access the channels and enjoy them just as if your TV had MPEG4 built-in.

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