ZDIGDTV100

Digital Yacht DTV100 Marine HD TV/FM Antenna

Digital Yacht DTV100 Marine HD TV/FM Antenna

Description

The Digital Yacht DTV100 Marine HD TV/FM Antenna allows you access to free digital TV services on board.

Features

  • Global Reception Capability Of Latest DVB/HDTV Signals
  • TV And FM Radio Outlet
  • Below Deck Mounted Amplifier With -7dB To +29dB Gain
List Price
$199.95
Your Price
$187.45
In Stock

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With a super sensitive design and hi gain amplifier, it sucks in even the weakest of signals. It's omni-directional too so there's no complicated aligning plus it will also provide a feed for a FM stereo radio.

The DTV100 is a high performance, omni-directional TV antenna providing a great signal for on board HD TV systems. Start taking advantage of free HD digital TV entertainment today.

Digital terrestrial TV (even in HD) can now be received while afloat with a new TV antenna from Digital Yacht. Called the DTV100, it features a highly sensitive omni-directional design and hi gain (-7 to 29dB amplifier) to pick up even the weakest of signals. It can also feed a FM stereo. Start enjoying a few home luxuries on board today.

The slick DTV100 TV antenna picks up national free to view HD TV signals and allows a range of popular channels to be viewed on board thanks to its sensitive omni-directional design.

Features:

  • Very high performance omnidirectional marine TV antenna
  • Pole or standard 1" adaptor mounting capability
  • Supplied with 10m coax
  • Optional dual TV outlet amplifier
  • Just 280mm diameter
  • Exceptional performance for an omni-directional TV antenna



Designed For Easy Installation & Performance

  • Waterproof to IP68 and ultra tough UV resistant ABS casing
  • Antenna supports vertical and horizontal polarisation plus FM radio
  • Adaptors for antenna supplied to fit standard pole or 1" threaded mounts from 3rd parties
  • Single RG6 coax feed to below deck amplifier
  • Below deck amplifier and splitter provides -7 to 29dB gain adjustment. 12/24V
  • Optional amplifier provides 2nd TV output for multi cabin installtion
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Digital Yacht DTV100 Marine HD TV/FM Antenna ZDIGDTV100 DTV100 Marine HD TV/FM Antenna
$187.45
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