Winegard RoadTrip T4 Satellite Antenna, Black

Catalog Item # 87082 Members Only Special

RoadTrip T4 In-motion Automatic Satellite Antenna works with DISH, DIRECTV and Bell TV programming for ultimate viewing versatility.

Technical Specifications

15.6 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 1 reviews (5 Based on 1 Review)

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  • Easy set up (1)
  • Easy to use (1)
  • Mounted on top of motorhome (1)
  • Quick signal acquisition (1)

Better than the bigger road trip antenna

by Anonymous – May 30, 2016
5 out of 5 stars

So far I'm impressed at the way this little guy works, I had a nice boat with a KVH satellite antenna, and this one is just as goo

I know it doesn't work with Direct TV but have heard it can with DISH. ?????
No, the RoadTrip T4 is not internet capable, it will only receive TV programming. This satellite antenna is capable of receiving HD & SD programming from Dish Network & Bell TV, as well as SD programming from DirecTV.
by Camping World – September 26, 2016
by bobm62 – May 11, 2016
I just bought a used 2014 Itasco Navion 24G and it has the satellite installed on the top. There are no instructions and appears to be just the unit above the Road Trip T4. What do I need to use it and where do I get it?
Odds are you also have a TV in your RV, so the only missing component is a satellite receiver. The RoadTrip T4 is multi-service capable, so you will need to decide which programming service is preferred, DirecTV or Dish Network. FYI, mobile antennas like the T4 can only receive SD programming from DirecTV but can receive SD and HD programming from Dish Network. For Dish Network, use receiver SKU#73912. For DirecTV you can use SKU#50462 or SKU#50463. After receiver is installed, the appropriate programming service (Dish or Direct) will have to be contacted to activate the unit. Roadtrip T4: Owner's Manual
by Camping World – May 11, 2016
by Anonymous – March 23, 2016
We have 2 TV's and want to watch diffrent programing
Yes, but both channels have to be on the same satellite that the antenna is locked on.
by Camping World – May 10, 2016

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