KING OmniPro HDTV Omnidirectional Over-The-Air Antenna with Mount, White
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KING OmniPro HDTV Omnidirectional Over-The-Air Antenna with Mount, White

KING OmniPro HDTV Omnidirectional Over-The-Air Antenna with Mount, White is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Powerful, easy to use and simple to install on your RV or travel trailer, the KING OmniPro receives free VHF, UHF and FM signals.

Amplified multi-directional antenna requires no aiming to maximize signal strength for the best TV reception available in the area. Hi-tech yet simple design requires no cranking up or down. Designed for durability, it’s waterproof, UV-protected and rust resistant. Made of durable, automotive-grade plastic. Included wall mount power injector has inputs for antenna and cable and outputs for two TVs. 13”L x 13”W x 9”H. Mfr. 2 year parts, 1 year labor warranty.
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  • Multi-directional signal acquisition – no pointing required
  • Amplified for best signal
  • Nothing to crank up or down
  • Receives free VHF/UHF/FM signals
  • Operates on 110-volt or 12-volt power
  • Dimensions 13”L x 13”W x 9”H
    Includes Wall Mount Power Injector, Owner’s Manual
    Manufacturer Warranty 2 Year Limited
    Unit Weight 4.55 lb
    Brand KING
    MFG Part No. OA1000
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from VERY Satisified - Used as replacement to old crank Good working product that I ordered and self installed myself. I was getting 15 channels with it just resting on the top of my 26 ft. camper with existing coax cabling. A FEW hints about the replacement of the old antenna with the King Omni Pro... 1st) You will need to order a separately sold mounting bracket to cover the exiitng hole where your old crank antenna was AND the other exit roof hole where the coax cable comes out . 2 nd) Unhook the old coax cable and run the cable through the mounting bracket hole and fold (softly) all of the cable into the baseof the Omni Pro antenna. This will eliminate having any exposed coax cable and you don't need to route the cable through the coax channel hole provided.I called King and they said this was okay. (Again DON'T bend your coax hard when pushing it into the antenna base but gently roll-fold it, wrap a rubber band around it and push into antenna base. ) 3rd) Attach antenna to mounting bracket with provided bolt and nuts LOOSELY, leaving a small crack between the antenna and the mounting bracket. Then fill in the small crack with water proof, silicone chalk, THEN tighten all 6 bolts into the nuts making a complete seal. 4th) Now you're ready to mount the bracket/antenna to your roof. First get a roll of butyl tape and apply a double thickness of it to the entire perimeter of the underneath base of the mounting bracket and set/push it down on to your RV roof where you want it permanently, covering the old antenna holes. There was no set of screws to use for the mounting bracket nor holes in base of mounting bracket to mount the antenna to the roof. (My crank up antenna base was screwed into my roof). I reused the screws from the old antenna mounting plate (8 screws) and drilled 8 new holes through the new mounting bracket. Screw the mounting bracket into your RV roof tightly which will compress the butyl tape seam all around the base into a tight seal. 5th) Finally use a self leveling sealant (Dicor brand is best) and apply a one inch wide, thick coat of the sealant to the outside seam of the base of the mounting bracket where it meets your roof, coveringg up the butyl tape seam. DON'T FORGET TO PLUG THE COAX HOLE THAT YOU DIDN'T USE WITH THE SEALANT !!
    Date published: 2019-05-02
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    What is the reception distance of this antenna. Dose the cable hook to the antenna thru the center of of the mount?

    Asked by: Dickydos
    Range of this antenna is about 50 to 60 miles. Reception will vary due to a number of different factors that can disrupt signal. Yes, the coax is run from the antenna head down through the center of the mount.
    Answered by: CW Steven
    Date published: 2019-03-29

    Does it need to be mounted a certain distance from A/C units or any other obstruction?

    Asked by: Devo
    Yes, per the manual: "The center of the roof hole must be at least 20" away from any object taller than 8" to provide clearance for the antenna head. The center of the roof hole must also be at least 8" from the edge of the roof."
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Does it need additional mount?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    The base of the antenna is designed to mount directly to a roof.<p>However, if you are replacing an existing antenna with the OmniPro, it is recommended that the MB8200 mount plate(SKU#104880) be used as it will help cover up the old mount holes.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08
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