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Old 01-17-2012, 06:40 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Wyotraveler View Post
Thanks for the info on the blue connectors. I googled them. Apparently they have a little better rating than the standard RG6 connector. I wondered because I had never heard of them. I have never had any problems with regular RG6 connectors.

Where did you find the RG6 connector for mounting on the external side of your RV? I plan on running an additional cable into my TT.
Dish Network provided the gear. I'll check the splitter and look for a part number. Plus, it has been raining/snowing here the last few days - I have not been able to post a pic of the blue connector; glad you located it via google...

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Old 01-20-2012, 11:26 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by nylyon View Post
According to the Brochure the Satellite option has the following: Satellite kit (includes dish, tripod and a/v cables). That said, and since you don't have any intention of using satellite at the moment, I would skip that option. If my Super Lite is fully equipped to very easily install satellite, there's no reason to believe that the Pinnacle wouldn't be as well. There are far better options for satellite than a dish and tripod anyway. I wouldn't waste your money.
Called our sales person and he explained that all the Pinnacles are pre-wired for Sat/cable and the option is just as you say...dish, tripod and cables. We don't want/need that option.



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