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Portable or roof mount automatic satellite antenna features a larger reflector than the G2+ to increase performance up to 20%. Powerful motor for faster channel surfing and signal acquisition. Power inserter sends 12-volt power to the antenna through the coax cable, so there is no separate power cord. Robust dome design ensures durability yet is lightweight and sleek. Works with DIRECTV SD, DISH SD/HD and Bell TV SD/HD. Compatible with DISH Wally receiver and Pay As You Go programming (receiver and programming packages sold separately). Supports 2 receivers. Includes 25′ coax, power inserter with 3′ coax and 110-volt power cord. Roof mount kit sold separately. 13.5″H x 14.3″ dia. Mfr. 2 year limited warranty. Made in USA.

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3 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    This antenna is garbage – buy a different Winegard product that actually works I do not recommend this product. We are full-time RVers, and TV reception is very important for us. We have a Winegard Trav’ler on top of the motorhome. We have two mobile antennae – a Winegard Pathway X2 and this Carryout G3. The reason for two mobiles is that we have had too many issues trying to run two different TVs off one mobile receiver: (1) setup is difficult because you must initialize each unit on the “main” coax terminal of the Dish, then move one to the “secondary” input; (2)…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Stay away from this product Bought thinking I’d use it with DirecTV, but have Genie system (main receiver HS17-500) at home. After finally getting no help from DirecTv, & numerous attempts to call Wingard help, finally got thru & talked to a nice lady from Winegard who advised due to my home Genie system, I cannot use the carryout unless I change my entire home system, downgrade from the Genie then lease an additional Dtv receiver… so for a road trip asked to use my Father-in-law’s Dish Acct. Worked perfectly the…

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