Winegard Pathway X2 Portable Satellite TV Antenna

Catalog Item # 72776

Out camping in the RV or at the tailgating party you can bring nationwide coverage of your DISH Satellite TV service with the Winegard Pathway X2 Portable Satellite TV Antenna.

Engineered for convenience it's powered directly through your DISH Solo HD receiver (not included) via the coax cable and even runs through the receiver's on-screen menu. That means no extra power cords and no extra hassle. Better yet the Pathway X2 is 100% automatic: simply select your state and let it automatically find the proper DISH satellite location and deliver your favorite TV programs in no time.

Fast Easy & Fully Automatic Setup

  • Self-installs faster than other automatic antennas: HDTV in under 15 minutes (after initial set-up)
  • Simply pick your state on primary receiver's ''Mobile Antenna Setup'' screen
  • 100% automatic: runs through receiver's on-screen menu
  • Automatically finds DISH satellite orbital locations
  • Powered via coaxial cable from primary receiver (120 volts AC) - no extra power cord needed
  • Includes 25' RG-6 coaxial cable to get you set up

    Versatile Powerful Programming & Functionality

  • Nationwide coverage in the Continental United States
  • Large 18'' reflector for stronger signal strength across the US
  • Compatible exclusively with DISH (SD & HD) programming for portable HD viewing
  • Only DISH offers HD for portable antenna & pay-as-you-go option (receiver(s) & subscription not included)
  • Compatible with DISH Solo HD receivers: ViP 211 211k 211z & 411
  • 2 coaxial outputs to hook-up 2nd receiver & view separate programming on 2 TVs simultaneously

    ''One-TV'' Mode

  • Automatically points to Western Arc (110 degrees; 119 degrees; 129 degrees;) or Eastern Arc (61.5 degrees; 72.7 degrees; 77 degrees) satellite orbitals
  • Channel changes prompt antenna to point to required orbital when used with 1 TV
  • Nationwide viewing of all local channels in HD (with HD channels available in area HD subscription & HDTV)

    ''Two-TV'' Mode

  • Automatically points to 72.7 degrees Easter Arc satellite orbital only
  • Single orbital prevents channel/orbital conflicts for seamless viewing on 2 TVs simultaneously
  • Requires separate hook-up with 1 receiver per TV
  • Secondary receiver requires ordinary check switch test during setup

    Portable & Lightweight Design

  • Measures 21''D with a 15'' stowed height 20.75'' deployed height
  • Weighs just 16 lbs. for extra-easy portability
  • Integrated security handle included for effortless carrying
  • Operating temperatures: -13 degrees F (-25 degrees C) to 140 degrees F (60 degrees C)
  • For stationary use only
  • Note: only single TV setup guarantees ability to watch local channels in HD in Continental US; two-TV set-up automatically points to 72.7° only offering limited local viewership


  • Nationwide DISH programming in Standard & HD
  • 2 coaxial outputs serves 2 receivers & up to 2 TVs
  • Lightweight portability & fully automatic setup
  • Automatically finds satellite for easy acquisition
  • Powered & run via coax through receiver for ease

  • Technical Specifications

    24.2 lbs.

    Camper's Choice Rating

    Reviewer rating of 4 stars based on 5 reviews (4 Based on 5 Reviews)

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    • 2 Can Point To 2 Different Satellites East Or West If Trees Are A Probably. (1)
    • Accomodates two receivers (1)
    • Does not work (1)
    • Easy (1)
    • Easy set up (1)
    • Bigger Than Most Antennas (1)
    • Can't be blocked by anything or signal loss (1)
    • Confusing set-up (1)

    Worth it

    by PennyPA – September 20, 2014
    5 out of 5 stars

    Got the Pathway X2 just in case we ever get a second receiver and this was one of our best RV buys yet. Brought it back to the

    Signal loss

    by Roger Weinhold – March 12, 2016
    2 out of 5 stars

    Subject to complete signal loss when receiver turns off after use. You will have to re-scan every time. No solution from Winegard

    Having a hard time

    by Henry – August 27, 2017
    2 out of 5 stars

    I don't know what I'm doing wrong, but I can't get the antenna to receive programs in my RV. It may be my RV wiring I really don't

    X2 and the Pacific NW weather

    by Ronald Postma – January 22, 2015
    5 out of 5 stars

    Purchased an X2 as a replacement to my previous satellite antenna. Living in the Pacific NW we get a lot of rain. My previous ante

    Pathway X2

    by Earl Balentine – December 20, 2018
    5 out of 5 stars

    I been using it now for about 18 months. Requires high quality coax to pickup all HD channels. When I switched from Directv with a

    by Anonymous – December 27, 2016
    Will this work with the new Wally receivers ?
    Yes, the Wally receiver is compatible with the Pathway X2 antenna.
    by Camping World – December 28, 2016
    by Andre – November 07, 2016
    No, the Pathway X2 is not compatible with Shaw Direct service.
    by Camping World – November 07, 2016
    Winegard packages the Pathway X2 as antenna with no receiver, which is SKU#72776. Or a bundle with the Pathway X2 and a ViP211z receiver(part# PA6002R), which we do not carry.
    by Camping World – February 29, 2016

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