The KVH TracVision A9 Wtih IP-Enabled TV-Hub gives the pleasure of having your favorite DIRECTV or DISH Network programming available all the time.
*. Whether you are rolling down the road or resting along the way, you can skip the DVDs and enjoy hundreds of channels of live DIRECTV or DISH Network service on the open road.
Low-profile System for RVs
KVH designed the TracVision A9 with your RV in mind; at just 5 inches high, this system ensures there are no issues with height restrictions. TracVision A9 has multi-satellite capability for a wide range of programming. Never miss your favorite sports teams in action or your family's favorite TV shows, and stay informed with current traffic, weather, and news information.
Innovative TV-Hub Makes System Access Easy
The TracVision TV-Hub is an IP-enabled antenna control unit allowing access to system information from any mobile device or laptop. The TV-Hub makes it easy to control the satellite TV system with a wizard for easy installation and setup, plus access to fast troubleshooting and system diagnostics.
*TracVision A9 provides full in-motion reception of satellite TV signals on open roads with a clear view of the TV satellites in the southern sky throughout most of the continental U.S.
**Access to local channels is subject to local availability and satellite accessibility.
***Low-profile (flat) domes are ideally suited for in-motion operation and may experience rain fade from pooling water in some stationary applications. Dry conditions must exist for stationary operation.
****DISH Network or DIRECTV U.S. receiver sent separately; requires pre-activation of service. See www.kvh.com/tvreceiver for details.
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