The KING Jack HDTV Antenna is the small over-the-air antenna that does a big job. Much more than you'd expect in such a compact package. The KING Jack will easily replace your old TV antenna.
The KING Jack antenna is directional but much less directional than a traditional antenna for RVs making it much easier to find a signal while scanning for channels.
The KING Jack antenna was designed for Digital TV reception. The JACK gives you better reception of UHF signals where more than 80% of DTV channels are broadcast. It also does a great job with the remaining VHF channels.
The KING Jack antenna features a very compact design. It's up to 70% smaller than other traditional RV TV antennas.
Installation is quite simple and can be done in just a couple of minutes without any special tools. The included RV bracket allows antenna to be mounted in either direct to clear A/C vent or other potential roof obstructions.
The KING Jack antenna Power Injector is where the Jack gets it's power. The power injector can be used with the included power adapter or it can be hardwired into your RV's 12-Volt DC power system. If the RV is already equipped with an antenna power injector you may use it with the JACK antenna just don't use both power injectors as this will likely result in damage of one or more components.
12.5"L x 16.5"W x 2"D
VHF (54-216 Mhz)
UHF (470-698 Mhz)
FM (87.9-107.9 Mhz)
Powered over coaxial cable (AC to DC power supply and power injector included)
May also be used with existing antenna power source for retrofits.
In The Box:
JACK HDTV Antenna
Retrofit RV Bracket for batwing-style antennas
Pole Mount Bracket for residential installations
AC to DC Power Supply
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