The KING OA8000 Jack Replacement Head is a sleek HDTV antenna that gives you more than expected from such a small package. Ideal for your RV or home, the KING Jack Head will replace your old over-the-air antenna easily. The wider reception range makes it easier to find a signal and scan for available channels. Less directional than traditional RV antennas. It's designed for digital with better reception of UHF signals where over 80% of new DTV channels are broadcast. It also provides great reception of remaining VHF channels. The compact design is up to 70% smaller than traditional RV antennas and offers less wind resistance. The Jack Head is also simple to install in just minutes, without any special tools, on your RV or home. The RV bracket allows the antenna to be mounted in either direction to clear A/C, vent, or other roof obstructions.
The KING OA8201 Jack Antenna is simply the best RV over-the-air HDTV Antenna available. It features a wider reception range and is less directional than traditional RV antennas to provide broader reception coverage. Provides superior reception of UHF signals where over 80% of new DTV channels are broadcast, and great reception of remaining VHF channels. The Jack Antenna is easy to install and works with varying roof thicknesses and easily replaces an existing antenna. Once installed, the Jack Antenna easily avoids dead spots--effortlessly rotate the antenna 360 degrees with two fingers. The built-in digital TV reception meter simplifies setup and eliminates frustration, simply point the antenna for maximum reception before scanning for channels. The fixed height requires no cranking up or down. No need to remember to stow the antenna before driving away. The compact, aerodynamic mount offers superior wind resistance, is 70% smaller, and requires less roof space than traditional RV antennas.
The KING MB8100 Jack Mounting Plate covers all screw holes left by the old antenna for a watertight seal. Durable ABS plastic is weather resistant and UV-protected. The plate attaches to the base of your KING Jack Antenna with the included hardware.
A +12 VDC VHF/UHF amplified wall plate with +12 VDC receptacle, cable input jack and second set jack. White only. Use with Winegard non-amplified Sensar TV antennas only (RV-5095 and RV-5090 only).
With the new KING omnigo antenna, you can enjoy free HDTV anywhere life takes you. This complete system is a powerful and compact HDTV Omnidirectional antenna designed for mobility. The KING omnigo comes with a collapsible tri-pod mount, a magnetic vehicle mount (for temporary mounting), flexible coax cable, power supply and a carry bag to accommodate your active lifestyle.
In this video we replace our Winegard Sensar TV Antenna with a newer design Jack OA-8000 replacement head. This antenna is available in a retrofit kit which ...
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