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Old 11-16-2015, 08:45 AM   #1
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Sensar Or King Jack TV Antenna

Going to replace the OEM ( think it's a Roadstar ) tv antenna, which i have been very unhappy with ( my old Sensar/TT worked much better ) with either the new Sensar or the King Jack.I know the King Jack has a built in signal strength meter ( a plus ) but reception is the most important.

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Old 12-01-2015, 10:54 PM   #2
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Sensar only

I suffered through a King Jack and even had to repair it when an internal cable pulled apart up in the head. This requires removing the entire outside portion and replacing the cheaply made Chinese cable or repairing the very bad male end of the only foot long cable.

This was only an encouragement to sell that trailer (other reasons of course) and now have a good old Sensar with the Wingman again.

Look at the Winegard automatic one if you have room. It is not cheap, but, I almost went that route.
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