03-07-2017 1:14 PM
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03-07-2017 1:54 PM
There are companies and, i think camping world is one of them, sells and installs 3rd party systems. We dont back the funtionality and how it works and its reliability is between you and them but i recomend going in that route. They have some pretty nice systems now that work while driving, are only when parked but auto tune and ones that you have to put out a tripod and tune it yourself. and all these systems have SD or HD offerings. Keep in mind, depending on how far you go out of your home area, you will loose your locals and those are set to your home address.
03-07-2017 2:18 PM
Satellite "dome" style dishes for SD are much cheaper than HiDef-capable offerings. Most RV-ers that want HiDef simply use a standard Slimline dish with a tripod mount. After some practice, it's not hard to set up and align. You can buy kits like this ....
03-07-2017 2:21 PM
If it is a wired Genie client it won't work in the RV anyway, it is essentially part of the main Genie. You need a stand-alone receiver ;like the R25 or a DVR like the HR24. The dish will depend on whether or not you want HD.
03-07-2017 3:28 PM
Mini Genie Client is an extension of the Genie, as such cannot work without the main unit. So you would need a dedicated box like a H24 or HR24. The H25 (R25 was mistype) is SWiM only.