Pump RV Digital TV Reception with the Winegard Wingman!

Many of us just don't want to deal with satellite TV anymore, setting up the dish, aiming it, avoiding blockage from trees and other obstacles is just too much to deal with.

Roof mounted dishes are hard to have installed, expensive and you have to park somewhere you have an unobstructed view of the Southern sky.

Not to mention the outrageous price you pay and the problems with getting certificates for local broadcasts makes satellite an unnecessary expense for us penny pinching Road Warriors.

Also, we aren't that hung up on TV. We watch mostly local weather and Public Stations anyway, which Digital Antenna TV more than adequately takes care of.

So when we found out a way to boost our reception at a reasonable price, we jumped right on it.
Don't get me wrong, if you are in an area where there just is NO reception, this won't make it magically appear, but if you have less than perfect reception, this is just the ticket to get you back watching the Big 4 networks and all the Educational channels you can handle.

The video above shows just how easy this is to add to your present bat wing and the price is more than reasonable for the improvement you get!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Another great idea for an RV is through my provider/employer DISH Network. It is the Tailgater which just came out, and I love it! I can watch all my subscription channels from my RV and the Tailgater is easy to set up. I can watch all my HD channels on it and it works anywhere in the U.S. All I have to do is set it up facing the southern sky and it finds the orbital locations for you. Check out this link for all the details about it http://goo.gl/vd4M4.

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