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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

RV Accessories Like TV Antennas Make your RV Feel Like Home

During football season, you might be inclined to stay closer to home so you never miss any of your favorite football games on TV. However, why should a few hours of TV keep you from exploring our great country? It doesn't have to when you install one of our many RV TV Antennas.
Since television signals went digital, it means that when an antenna picks up a channel it comes in crystal clear. The fuzzy picture you remember from antennas in the past doesn't exist anymore. You either get the channel or you don't, and when you get it the picture is just as perfect from an antenna as it is from cable or satellite dish. Plus, in your RV you have the advantage of being able to move to a new location to pick up the channels you want, and since football games are broadcast on the local channels they are really easy to pick up.
The Winegard RV- RZ50 antenna has excellent reviews from happy customers and gets great signal on local channels, or try the amplified antenna if you want to be sure you can pull in the channels you want even in more remote locations. These two are indoor only installations and only receive the local broadcast channels but Winegard also makes antennas that can be used outside and work off the satellites to bring you many more channels. The satellite ones include the Carryout Anser and Pathway X2 which are both portable and have to be used stationary. Trav'ler is one that is mounted to the roof of the RV and is used stationary. Then there is the Roadtrip Mission in Motion, which is great for the RVer that has a family and they are constantly on the road. It can get great signal whether you are driving or parked and will keep the kids busy during the long drive to your destination. If you decide upon a satellite antenna you will have to make sure you get a receiver and depending on the satellite you choose, it will tell you the type of receiver it is compatible with. 
Another great brand for RV antennas is King Controls. If you are only looking to get locally broadcast stations then the Jack Over The Air would be perfect for you. The King has two satellite antennas the Tailgater which is for anyone that is wanting to use a DISH receiver and the Quest for someone that wants to have DIRECTV.
There are many RV Accessories to make your RV feel like home, TV Antennas are just one of them, Check out our many other products at RVupgrades.com.

1 comment:

  1. The Jack did not work for us just 20 west of Denver. My factory antenna worked best.