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    Default Satellite tv in an rv


    What is the set up for rv satellite tv. Me and my family are planning a camping trip and I want to know how to set up entertainment for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by texnogeekz View Post
    What is the set up for rv satellite tv. Me and my family are planning a camping trip and I want to know how to set up entertainment for it.
    Real campers don't take the tv

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    look for winegard or tracvision.

    or simply bring a small dish and set it up somewhere.
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    Camping with a TV set,

    From a nob-heads travel guide,

    We have been acclimatizing ourselves for weeks now by sleeping in our 5 star hotel with the window open. So we feel we are now quite ready to depart, We have employed a TV engineer together with two highly trained assistantants, who are well qualified to erect a 3 meter light weight satellite dish, with-in minutes, also two capable labourers to cart the large flat-screen Tellie, together with two professional cyclists, [they have nice strong legs, don't you know] who will be required to operate and maintain a very high-tech peddle generator.
    It has been decided that once the evening viewing has expired, they will pack up and leave, and head for the next nights location. It goes without saying that suitable head band LCD torches have been acquired to prevent them form getting lost. Or dropping the flat screen down a Wombat hole. And in that way, it's all but garanteed, we will all be able to watch Tracy Grimshaw and ACA every night at 7pm..
    regards from OZ bassett

 

 

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