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King Controls’ Digital HDTV Antenna System

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December 10, 2010 by   Leave a Comment

One drawback to RV travel is the need to continually locate TV signals for the evening’s entertainment each time you set up camp. King Controls’ new JACK Digital HDTV antenna system with integrated signal finder incorporates a built-in digital signal meter which allows fast and accurate antenna pointing without having to blindly scan in multiple directions to find your local TV channels; LED lights illuminate as the antenna is rotated a full 360˚ to indicate which direction the digital TV signals are strongest. The unit also includes a variable sensitivity adjustment to fine tune the antenna position for best reception in both strong and weak signal areas. The fixed height, aerodynamic  design requires no cranking up or down, so less roof space is needed for installation and the antenna is always ready for travel, and the unit’s rotation shaft features an adjustable “tube in a tube” design allowing installation on various roof thicknesses without any cutting or gluing of components. Available in either white or black, the antenna system includes a 12-volt wall-plate switch that fits all standard electrical boxes and includes two TV outputs, a cable TV input and can be used as a selector switch between campground cable and over-the-air signals. For more information, contact King Controls, 11200 Hampshire Ave. So. Bloomington, Minn. 55438; (952) 922-6889 or visit www.kingcontrols.com.

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