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Winegard Satellite TV Antennas Explained

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It is that time of year again when the call will be, "Are ready for some Football?" And are you ready?  Having the right Satellite TV Antenna to fit your needs and watch all of the games is important.  It is not a one size fits all equation, depending on how often and where you want to watch your programs, different satellites will give you the most viewing pleasure. In this blog I will be doing a quick breakdown of four Satellite TV Antennas by Winegard highlighting the features of each so you can have the facts to select the Antennae which is right for your lifestyle and budget!


RoadTrip T4

Winegard RoadTrip T4

> In-Motion Satellite (can watch while driving)

> Works with Dish, Direct TV, and Bell

> Updated Design Reduces Noise, Improved Tracking

> Automatically Finds Satellites 

> Has Two Coax Outputs, Two Receivers or Dual Tuner DVR Usage

                            > Low Profile, Small Footprint


Dish Playmaker

Dish Playmaker

> Exclusive for Dish

> Entry Level Satellite Antenna

> Powered Through Receiver, Only Requiring Coax Cable

> Compatible With Pay As You Go Program

> Low Profile, Small Footprint

                               > Portable

                               > One Satellite Output, Not for Multiple Receivers


Pathway X2

Pathway X2

> Only true 2 satellite viewing

> Exclusive for Dish

> Largest Reflector for Maximum Coverage

> Great for Local Network Coverage

> Powered Through Receiver, Only Requiring Coax Cable

> Compatible With Pay As You Go Program

                                   > Western and Eastern Arcs


Carryout G2+                                                                                                                                   

Carryout G2+

                                                                                                                                

> Can be portable or roof mounted

> Able to switch providers inside the RV

>  No Power Cord

> Miniature Satellite, Maximum Coverage

> Compatible with Dish, DIRECTV, and Bell

                                                > Multi-television Viewing

In summary, if you want to use Dish for your programming, you have the choice between the Playmaker, which is your entry level Satellite with the capability of one television viewing. Or you can go up to the Pathway X2 which is the next step up and will allow you to have two satellite TV viewing and multiple receivers.  These two are both portable.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               If you want a permanent satellite antennae with the ability to watch television while traveling down the road, you need the RoadTrip T4.  The RoadTrip also allows you to utilize Dish, DIRECTV, and Bell.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

If you want a portable that can be permanently affixed and allows you to access Dish, DIRECTV, and Bell than the Carryout G2+ will be your best bet.  

I hope this helps you decide which Satellite Antenna will be the best for your traveling lifestyle.                                                                                                                         

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