Winegard Showing Two New Antennas for DISH

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December 3, 2013 by   Comments Off on Winegard Showing Two New Antennas for DISH

Winegard is displaying two new satellite TV antennas developed exclusively for DISH programming during the at the 51st Annual National Rv Trade Show, which opened today (Dec. 3) at the Kentucky Expo Center in Louisville. According to a press release, Winegard is exhibiting in Booth No. 27.

Winegard will unveil the Pathway X1 and the Pathway X2 portable satellite TV antennas, which were just introduced to the consumer market. The units work with existing DISH subscriptions, as well as the convenient and pay-as-you-go service.

The Pathway X2 represents the next generation of automatic portable satellite antennas that delivers the true HDTV experience during outdoor activities such as RVing, camping and tailgating.

Key benefits to the Pathway X2 antenna include:

• Truly optimized for two-receiver seamless viewing (made possible by 72.7˚ reception).

• Larger 18-inch reflector for the best portable satellite experience throughout U.S. and in all weather conditions.

• First portable to access both eastern and western Arcs for maximum coverage and HD reception.

• 100% automatic. Faster setup and satellite acquisition with the antenna powered through customized DISH receiver interface.

• Single cable set up – coax cable hook up to receiver.

• HD Ready and compatible with DISH pay-as-you-go programming (programming packaging sold separately).

The Pathway X1 is one of the most compact and smallest satellite TV antenna of its type on the market, the company said. Requiring 40% less space than Winegard’s popular Carryout GM-1518, the X1 is ultra lightweight and ideal for the “on the go” lifestyle.

Key benefits to the Pathway X1 antenna include:

• Fastest acquisition time of any other DISH automatic portable satellite TV antenna.

• Unique ability to permanently convert the portable to a roof mounted antenna without having to pay the high price of a roof mounted antenna (roof kit sold separately).

• Easier to handle, weighing in at just 10 pounds.

• Single cable set up – coax cable hook up to receiver.

• HD Ready and compatible with DISH Pay-as-you-go programming (programming packaging sold separately).

Both Pathway antennas are for stationary use only and cannot use them to watch live television while traveling down the road.

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