Originally Posted by NWJeeper
Go for the automatic Winegard Trav'ler series dish if you can afford it. I highly recommend it. So nice to just push a button, walk away and let the dish do all the work. We get all 3 birds with the Winegard so we have our HD channels on the road.
On our last motorhome I replaced the crank up TV with a crank up satellite that I got used on Ebay for around $100. Can't really beat that price.
As much as I would like the automatic unit, I just couldn't justify the cost for the 6-8 times a year we go out. Especially if we are out running around most of the time anyways.
TV would be nice on the week long or longer trips though.
Anyways, What is the deal with the 150 dollar crank up dish I see advertised? it only has one LNB? will this work with my dish network receivers? Do you have to manually move it to get certian channels?
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