Winegard might sound as though they are a company that is involved in wine insurance or some sort of the equivalent, but they are really a leader when it comes to antenna design, development and manufacturing. In fact, Winegard is currently showcasing its first-of-a-kind Rayzar Automatic, which is a fully automatic HD TV antenna that has the ability to quickly scan for all available local broadcast channels. This is an extremely easy-to-use outdoor TV antenna, making it a must-have item where RV enthusiasts are concerned as it will enable the to enjoy top-rated programming in addition to local news as well as weather, regardless of the time and the place.
Winegard‘s Rayzar Automatic happens to be a dual band antenna that boasts of state-of-the-art technology, as it guarantees effortless usability as well as an optimal viewing experience all the time. The Rayzar Automatic’s external hardware will go to work as it searches for live, local signals, and there is also an LED wall plate within the RV which will illuminate all locations whenever there are TV signals available. The antenna will position itself automatically so that it can ensure maximum channel availability. Not only that, the presence of a manual override option would enable the user to hunt down a specific broadcast channel. If android TV boxes aren’t your thing, getting an antenna like this one is a great alternative.
There will also be Winegard’s state-of-the-art Surface Mount Technology making an appearance with the Rayzar Automatic, being an ultra-low noise amplifier that delivers unmatched signal strength for superior picture quality with little-to-no pixilation or picture loss. The Rayzar Automatic has the ability to pull in both VHF and UHF channels. It measures a mere 15.5” in diameter and is 7” high, tipping the scales at 4.5 pounds, making it a snap to install thanks to a simple coax hook-up – which means there is no need for you to drill a hole in the roof for a crank handle. This is more or less like an outdoor version of the indoor antenna, isn’t it?