233-XM-50

Digital Antenna XM Antenna

Digital Antenna XM Antenna

Description

The Digital Antenna XM Antenna provides crystal clear reception of your favorite XM satellite radio channels anywhere in the continental United States, Canada, and up to 250 miles offshore.

Features

  • Crystal Clear Reception For XM And XM WX
  • Complete Antenna System Includes Cable And Mount
  • Rugged Construction Withstands Harsh Weather Conditions
List Price
$229.63
Your Price
$136.99
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Details

Harness the power of XM Satellite Radio, Americas number one satellite radio provider, on your boat or RV or in your home or office. 

Tested to withstand extreme environmental conditions, the 233-XM-50s UV stable acrylic sealed dome is impervious to damage caused by bad weather and salt water. The 233-XM-50 is sold complete with 50 of cable with factory-attached connectors, adapter cables, stainless steel 114 mount and mounting ferrule. The unit also features a built-in internal ground plane (3.5 diameter).

233-XM-50 XM Satellite Radio Antenna System Includes:

  • 40dB nominal gain antenna (233-XM) *
  • 50 low loss DA195 cable with factory-attached connectors ( 195-50NF )
  • Stainless steel 114 threaded base mount for flat surface ( DM194 )
  • Stainless steel 114 double female ferrule ( F114 )
  • 6" SMB adapter cable ( DA58S )
  • 6" Fakra SMB adapter cable ( DA58F )


* Not sold individually; only available as part of a system.

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Digital Antenna XM Antenna 233-XM-50 XM Antenna
$136.99
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