KING Quest for DIRECTV (VQ4100) is the portable satellite antenna that gives you the freedom to take your favorite DIRECTV programming with you on the road, to the great outdoors, or anywhere in between. Your KING Quest antenna is fully-automatic, and gives you access to your favorite programming. Designed to be highly portable and simple to use making set-up quick and easy. Simply power up the KING Quest through the coax cable and within minutes the antenna will automatically lock-on to the satellite signal. The KING Quest for DIRECTV makes it possible to enjoy your favorite satellite TV anywhere, anytime. KING Quest works for DIRECTV SD programming.The KING Quest is known to work with DIRECTV receiver models D10, D11,D12, H20, HR20, H21, HR21, HR22, HR23, H24 and HR24. It is not compatible with DIRECTV Ka band satellites or SWM only receivers. Made in the USA. The KING Quest antenna works with DIRECTV SD programming with the option of adding a controller accessory (purchased separately) to make the system compatible with DISH HD and BELL TV services as well.
SatPro's NEW 2018 DIrecTV SL5S SWM RV is now shipping with the GEN2 slimline satellite dish. The Directv HD Satellite dish RV tripod kit from SatPro.tv is the perfect solution for taking your HD Directv satellite service with you on the road (RV Satellite, Camping). SatPro's exclusive 25 page detailed step by step instructions on dish assembly and receiver set up included on a CD! This will eliminate the guess work and make it easy to setup and point your dish. No need to purchase an expensive satellite meter simply use the Signal meter screen on the DirecTV receiver. If HDTV is what you're after while traveling, this is the perfect kit. The kit comes with everything you need to get your DirecTV satellite TV service on the road. All you need is your satellite receiver your TV and 120V power and you'll be ready to watch TV. Compatiable with all Geneie receivers models HR33,HR44 ,HR54 and H25 H24 and H33 satellite Receivers.
The Satellite Oasis Directv SWiM HD tripod kit is the new addition to our highly rating portable satellite dish tripod kit. This kit is compatible with your H25, and Genie model receivers (HR34, HR44, and on). The kit comes with everything you need to have portable satellite TV in HD. With our highly rated instruction booklet, you'll have the kit setup quickly and efficiently.
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PHAT SATELLITE INTL COMPLETE COMPLETE PACKAGE FOR DIRECTV HD SATELLITE DISH KIT WITH LOW PROFILE MOUNT, 4 WAY SPLITTER, SWM5 LNB (for NEW RECEIVERS: H24, H25, GENIE) , 50ft and 9ft RG6 COAXIAL CABLE with ALL BRASS WEATHER SEAL PROFESSIONAL COMPRESSED CONNECTORS, 8" FLAT CABLE TO RUN THE SIGNAL LINE INTO YOUR INTERIOR UNDERNEATH DOOR OR WINDOW SILL WITHOUT HAVING TO DRILL HOLE THROUGH YOUR WALL. AND 12ft HIGH SPEED HDMI CABLE FOR YOUR HIGH DEFINITION TV. PLEASE ASK OUR HELPDESK FOR COMPATIBILITY
Step by step process I used setting up Direct TV Satellite dish , when camping. See this video to get the direction to point the satellite dish.
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