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Winegard’s Truck TV Antennas Now Available at 500 Truck Stops

October 31, 2014 By: Trucking News Staff Tags: Equipment, Technology
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Winegard, an Iowa-based antenna designer, developer and manufacturer, has partnered with DAS Distributing Inc. to offer its line of antennas to professional truck drivers at Travel Centers of America locations and independent stores.

The Pathway X1, Carryout G2, Rayzar Amplified, and Rayzar Mini are available at select truck stops across the country with plans to expand to additional stores.

Erik Guldager, truck market sales manager for Winegard, said, “Our antennas can make life on the road enjoyable by offering more entertainment options with satellite or over-the-air TV on-the-go.”

The Pathway X1 portable satellite TV antenna enables truck drivers to take DISH on the road with this portable, 100 percent automatic satellite antenna that can find a signal within minutes without having to point or aim the device. The Pathway X1 easily fits into the cab of the truck or a window mount allows the antenna to stay closer to the driver.

The Carryout G2 portable satellite TV antenna receives both DISH and DIRECTV programming for the road warrior lifestyle. Compatible with most receivers, the setup is fast and easy – simply connect the coaxial cable from the main port to the primary receiver, plug in the power source, set-up the receiver and the antenna will pinpoint the satellite.

Winegard offers several mount options for both the Pathway and Carryout antennas including a window mount, roof kit mount or a rear cab mount (all sold separately) giving drivers options for securing their antennas.