Dave Solberg

Upgrading to the Winegard Rayzar Automatic Antenna

Dave Solberg
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The days of the batwing are long gone. Thanks to recent advancements in technology, now there’s no need to climb on top of your RV to adjust the antenna to catch a signal. With the Winegard Rayzar automatic antenna, watching TV in your RV is entirely work- and stress-free. All you have to do is install it and kick back; the Winegard Rayzar does the rest for you.

In this quick rundown, Dave Solberg talks about the many benefits of upgrading your traditional antenna to this automatic alternative. He explains how simple the installation process is if you already have an existing antenna — no additional electrical wiring or dirty work required. You’ll learn the basic requirements for placing the antenna in its optimal location. If you’re ready to take your RV TV watching game to the next level, make the investment today!

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5 Responses to “Upgrading to the Winegard Rayzar Automatic Antenna”



  2. Richard

    I'm looking for a better way to receive better wifi signals when I'm in a campground that provides it. I've found I rarely have a strong enough signal to get anything when I'm inside my motorhome. I've seen an ad for a repeater designed for RV's but was $500. Could you let me know about how to get better signals inside our RV? Maybe it could be a good topic for another video!

  3. Robert

    What was the point in showing that when you prefaced it but it won't work in here surrounded by mail. You got to HD stations when you hooked it up outside. I bought one of these it gets zero stations when it claims it will get them for 50 miles. You cannot use them inside it is worthless. Just like that video was.

  4. David

    Where can I find more info on the winegard rayzar...price..models etc.

  5. steve

    the video on the rayzar automatic antenna would be neat if showed how to install it. you could have done that at a tabletop and not sitting on an RV. I don't know how to screw into a roof and seal it; that info would have been helpful....

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