Enjoy live DISH HD TV wherever the fun takes you with the KING Tailgater portable satellite TV antenna and DISH Wally HD satellite receiver. Designed for sporting and outdoor enthusiasts, the Tailgater for DISH is ideal for watching the big game in parking lots, campsites and more. The included Wally HD Receiver includes a Wi-Fi USB adapter that allows you to connect to a wireless network to enjoy streaming videos and other web apps. The automatic-aiming antenna is easy to set up and works right out of the box. Payment is simple, too. With no contracts and no extra fees, the pay-as-you-go plan from DISH only bills you for the months you use. When the season ends, simply cancel the satellite service at any time without penalty. Already have DISH at home? Just add the new receiver to your account for one bill. You'll never have to be without TV again. Call DISH to see if local channels are available in your area.
THIS SALE IS FOR A NEW DISH NETWORK 1000.2 DPPLUS HDTV 119-110-129 DISH ANTENNA WESTERN ARC. The DISH 1000.2 satellite dish antenna uses an integrated three orbital location DISH Pro Plus LNBF to receive signal from 110°W, 119°W, and 129°W DBS orbital locations. INCLUDED: REFLECTOR SKIEW PLATE WITH ARM PLASTIC YOKE HARDWARE BAG INSTRUCTIONS LNBF 119-110-129 WESTERN ARC FOOT MAST REPACKED FROM A 10 SET PACK, NOT IN ORIGINAL BOX.
The Dish Turbo HDTV Satellite Dish Tripod Kit is perfect for the traveler that wanted to take their satellite TV on the road. All you need to do is assemble the dish, connect the dish to the receiver, and then point the dish to the satellite!
Comes with a folding portable tripod mount that makes it convenient to put your dish up to 50 ft away from your RV or campsite. This kit comes with a Satellite finder with a built backlight that makes pointing the dish easy. All you need is your Dish Network receiver, 120v power, your television, and couple hand tool. Dish aiming instructions are included.
Designed exclusively for DISH Network satellite TV programming, the Pathway X2 antenna offers a whole new look at automatic satellite TV acquisition. Powered through the DISH receiver, the Pathway X2 requires no separate power cord. Simply activate the receiver through an existing DISH account or subscribe to a new Pay-As-You-Go programming package that doesn’t require any activation fees or 2 year agreements. A unique feature to the Pathway is the ability to point to either Western or Eastern arc satellite orbitals, offering the most programming available. The larger reflector size also provides superior signal performance compared to other automatic portable satellite systems. Lightweight yet rugged, the Pathway X2 antenna offers the fastest and easiest set up. Features 2 coax inputs to allow for multiple receiver hook-up, an easy grip carry handle, and a security eyelet molded into the base so the antenna can be locked up. Includes one 25’ coax cable. Stores to 15” x 21”. Weight 16 lbs. Compatible with Carryout tripod mount (sold separately). Not compatible with Carryout ladder mount. Made in the U.S.A.
Winegard SK-1000 TRAV'LER RV Satellite System:
Winegard TRAV’LER antennas view multiple satellites at the same time for a viewing experience just like home, providing the ability to get all programming on all TVs at the same time for maximum viewing pleasure.
TRAV’LER antennas use approved and certified home reflectors for superior signal strength and diminished rain fade.In The Box:
Part 3 - Aiming, Connecting & Setup: A simple overview of how to set up your DISH Network Tailgater and DISH Network 211K receiver.
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Law360, Washington (July 7, 2015, 5:19 PM ET) -- Dish Network LLC and DirecTV LLC on Tuesday reiterated their call for the Federal Communications Commission to keep a proposed regulatory fee on satellite television providers lower than the equivalent fee ...