One For All SV9494 review
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The distinctive SV9494 looks more like a smart assistant than an aerial and while it won’t tell you what the weather’s like, it does have some advanced features. It claims to offer an interference-free picture, so 3G and 4G signals shouldn’t cause any fuzz on screen. It’s 4K- compatible too, which will be useful when the BBC, ITV or Channel 4 launches a 4K channel. All this potential comes at a price. It’s one of the most expensive aerials we’ve ever tested, so read on to see if it’s good enough.
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