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While some people may want to get away and "unplug" from their everyday lives while travelling in their RVs, many still want all the comforts and conveniences of home including computers, high-tech gadgets and televisions. For all those who want to tune in and watch their favorite shows while on the road, NewRVer.com offers some tips on getting television reception in your RV.
There are three options to get a TV signal inside an RV: satellite, cable or antenna. Many RVers use a combination of methods, depending on their travels.
Using a satellite dish is a popular way to get reception, although individuals who choose this option should know that getting local network channels isn't an option when you travel outside of what's considered your local service area unless you contact your company and change your "home base."
Satellite dishes can be mounted on your RV itself, or can be units that sit on the ground outside of the vehicle whenever you stop.
Cable television is a good option for people who travel to RV parks instead of more rugged locations since you'll need a cable hookup in order to get reception.
If you plan to use an antenna to get reception, remember that you'll need a digital converter box. This option ensures you'll get local TV networks wherever you travel, and it's free!
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