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Old 01-09-2019, 07:04 PM   #1
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TV/Radio over the air antenna

With no direct cable available at the campsite, which model of roof antenna have you been most pleased with.....including reception, durability, finish, etc....

Bigfoot offers the "crank up " antenna. Just wondering if there is another choice.

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Old 01-09-2019, 07:21 PM   #2
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With no direct cable available at the campsite, which model of roof antenna have you been most pleased with.....including reception, durability, finish, etc....

Bigfoot offers the "crank up " antenna. Just wondering if there is another choice.

Thank you
For TV.. the King Jack seems to be the top choice, with the Winegard Rayzar or Sensar also popular.

But don't you know that you are supposed to leave the TV at home! Really.. enjoy nature (even if you are in a Walmart parking lot)..

LOL... I Just thought I would beat some people to that admonishment.

But since I don't judge, I just tried to answer your question before the naysayers came in.
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After looking at the wife for 50 years, tv is a nice break.
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After looking at the wife for 50 years, tv is a nice break.
So You like living dangerously?
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We have the King Jack antenna for TV reception and a short universal mount type radio antenna. The King Jack has a built in amplifier that feeds through the coax cable and requires a 120V outlet.
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redbarron55- I am very brave when she is not around...
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