By greygooseAugust 20, in Electronics. Traveling in an RV can be a wonderful way to go to distant locations and feel like you still have all the comforts of home Once you are at Read more. OK, First off, I am sure this is a duplcitous post but I would like to get feedback on my specific question.
Many RVs come with satellite dishes installed, and these dish antennas should work with the DirecTV satellite system. I don't know what UDC is and why you would go to the basement for your RV. Ok, I hooked up the Satellite to the reciever directly through a flat cable and I got. Tara Dooley has written for various websites since
We've been working hard to build a new and improved classifieds website for Keystone Owners and enthusiasts. If we connect dish cable to the satellite input in back of RV and the connect to satellite connector under the tv console in living room, we get. Remember Me?
First off, most of the available satellite systems are pretty similar from a hardware standpoint. All pretty much have a small 18" or 20" dish, a receiver, a remote control and a pile of installation goodies. These systems were designed to be installed on your house and for the most part, can easily be installed in your mobile house as well. Lets take a look at a simple block diagram of a basic satellite system and it's interconnections:.
I want to hook up my King Directv satellite. I have two ports outside - I'm assuming they're meant for how they're labeled - top is for cable.
Connecting Satellite to RV. I just ordered a Winegard X2 and a pair of Wally's for our Reflection to be delivered this week. I searched but.