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.
Aluminum tripod elevates your Winegard Carryout (GM-1518, GM-1599 or GM-MP1) portable satellite antenna off the ground for protection against dirt/mud/snow/water. Adjustable height settings from 14.5 inches to 22 inches. Sturdy ground anchor, 6 inches bungee cord and anchor loop hold the tripod and satellite antenna securely. Easy assembly; quickly disassembles for compact storage. Shipping weight, 4.4 pounds. Made in the USA.
Aluminum tripod elevates your Carryout portable satellite antenna off the ground for protection from mud and water.
Equipped with anti-theft protection -- locking bolt secures the Carryout to the tripod. Weather resistant and extremely sturdy. Assembles easily and disassembles flat for compact storage, requiring minimal space.Elevating the antenna provides protection from mud and water and also helps to prevent tripping over the antenna.
Winegard Company is a respected world leader in the design and manufacture of innovative antenna products for satellite and terrestrial communications. Since its founding in 1954, Winegard's pioneering solutions have shaped the industry for home, recreational vehicle (RV), truck, marine, medical and automotive antennas. Winegard is a privately-owned company that designed the first residential antenna for the U.S. It has designed more than 1,000 antenna models and does custom antenna design and development work.
Winegard GM-6035 Carryout G2+ Automatic RV Portable Satellite Antenna - Black:
Change providers, keep your antenna – the ultimate in RV satellite antenna flexibility! The Winegard Carryout G2+ portable satellite dish offers the ultimate in flexibility with the ability to be completely portable, roof mounted, or mounted on our rear cab, ladder, window or tri-pod mounts.
Easily switch providers between DIRECTV, DISH and BellTV! The Carryout G2+ requires a satellite subscription with either DIRECTV, DISH, or BellTV. (Note: See user manual for receiver compatibility.)
Faster Signal Acquisition - Future Proofed Design:
Patented search algorithm and last location recall for faster signal acquisition. Ultra-robust stepper motor for faster channel surfing and signal acquisition. Integrated Turbo satellite tuner and USB-based field upgrade port to reduce risk of obsolescence due to programming and satellite changes.
Miniature Size - Maximum Satellite Signal:
Patent pending ring fed antenna design for maximum signal strength in an ultra-compact antenna. Aluminum reflector for increased signal reliability and stronger performance in adverse weather conditions.
Superior Construction - Longer Lifespan:
Tested to survive thousands of miles of harsh environmental conditions. Glass infused base protects against shock and vibration. Brass hardware used for stength and durability.
The Winegard SK-SWM3 TRAVLER satellite antenna is the only RV satellite antenna compatible with DIRECTV HD programming. Built tough, this fully automatic, one button on/off antenna features the unique ability to receive programming from more than one satellite at a time. Any program can be watched on any TV at any time which is nice for families or RVs equipped with multiple TVs where simultaneous television viewing is desired. Now compatible with enhanced DVR capabilities. DIRECTV HD receiver and programming package required for HD viewing, sold separately. Professional installation is suggested. Unit is 53 pounds and requires roof installation.
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 5 - Aiming the Dish: A simple overview of how to set up your Winegard Carryout MP1 and DISH Network 211K receiver in your RV.
The answer was a clear view of the sky so Craig could get the broadcast of the Women's World Cup soccer games with our rooftop Winegard satellite dish. I have to point out that it's rare that the dish can't see the satellites, but of course this had to be the time when it was not possible with all of the trees overhead and the sheer mountain wall that loomed over us to the south. Most of the... Source: Merikay's Dream
If you are following this blog for the bicycling info, you might want to skip the blog for the next week! This is about Pam traveling from Mesa, Arizona to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in a very large motorhome! Some friends and family want to know where I am and how I'm fairing as I travel across tornado alley! After spending 5+ weeks back home, spending time with my Dad, I had to fly back to Mesa... Source: The travels of the Rambling Roses
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Orange County Sheriff's Office Lt. Mike Crabb said the carjacking of a white Toyota happened at 2 a.m. Saturday morning in the area of Winegard and Lancaster roads. Then around 9 p.m. Saturday, the vehicle reappeared in the same area with three or four men ...
Though the crash occurred at Sand Lake road and Winegard road, FHP Spokeswoman Sgt. Kim Montes said that the woman was not using a crosswalk or intersection when she was hit by the Dodge Neon. The driver was identified as Alfred Collazo Dejesus ...