E93017-2

Raymarine 37STV Satellite TV Antenna System

Raymarine 37STV Satellite TV Antenna System

Description

The Raymarine 37STV Satellite TV Antenna System provides access to high definition satellite television for boats 25 feet and larger.

Features

  • Fully stabilized to counter the motion of the boat while underway
  • Simplified cabling makes installation easy
  • Standard dual LNBs offer support for multiple receivers
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The Raymarine 37STV makes underway High Definition satellite TV a reality for boats 25 feet and larger. With a compact 14.57 (37 cm) antenna, the 37STV is the perfect for fishing, cruising and sailing boats alike. With HD support for DirecTV, the 37STV offers stunning HD programming underway or at the dock.

Raymarines exclusive Wide Range Search algorithms and Dynamic Beam Tilting (DVB) technologies make satellite acquisition and tracking fast, steady and reliable in even the most extreme weather conditions. NMEA 0183 GPS input further assists the 37STV to lock on to satellites quickly.

37STV also features conical scanning for maintaining the strongest possible signal, and a unique rotating sub-reflector the minimizes the need for constant dish movement resulting in much quieter operation than competitive units.

The 37STV Satellite Television Antenna System includes the 37STV antenna, high definition antenna control unit, interconnect cables, mounting hardware, template and instructions. (Satellite TV receiver, programming subscription and television required, not included.)

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Raymarine 37STV Satellite TV Antenna System E93017-2 37STV satellite TV antenna system
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