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Designed exclusively for DISH programming, the Pathway X1 is the smallest automatic portable satellite TV antenna on the market. This ultra-sleek, compact antenna not only looks great, it searches and locks onto the satellite faster than other antennas so you can start enjoying your programming in just minutes. Unique to the Pathway X1 is its ability to convert to a permanent roof mount antenna for stationary use. Roof mount kit is sold separately. Equipped to work with 2 receivers, set-up is effortless with a customized DISH receiver interface. (Some user interaction is required when changing channels with the two-receiver set up). Ideal for DISH Pay as you go programming or compatible with any current DISH subscription. Supports DISH HD/SD programming. No power cord necessary, antenna is powered through DISH VIP 211 series receiver. Includes easy grip handle and 25 foot coaxial cable. 12 inch height x 14.3 inch diameter. Made in USA.

Product Features

  • Smallest automatic portable satellite TV antenna on the market
  • Effortless setup with customized DISH receiver interface for faster acquisition times
  • Supports 2 receivers for 2 TV viewing
  • Powered through DISH VIP series receiver no power cord needed
  • Unique ability to convert to permanent roof mount antenna for stationary use

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  1. Mike C says:

    A Great Dish Satellite Antenna, But No Customer Service I originally had a ladder mounted Winegard GM-1518 Carryout White Automatic Portable Satellite TV Antenna on my motorhome. I found that the ladder mount system interfered with the motorhome’s roof access, so I purchased the Winegard PA-2000 Pathway X1 and the roof mount kit. The PA-2000 is considerably smaller than the GM-1518. The PA-2000 stands 13.1 inches tall when using the roof mount kit. The roof mount kit was easy to install. I was able to route the PA-2000’s antenna cable though an…

  2. Nathan says:

    Only antenna that needs no power cord and needs no pointing! All self automated! This is the only antenna i have been able to find that needs no power cable! The device draws its power directly from the coaxial cable that runs to the dish box. This is also the only antenna that is truly self signal acquiring. Most other models you have to place the antenna in the general direction of the satellites needed, but with this Winegard X1 all you have to do is plug in the coaxial and your done! It will find all the satellites automatically and save the location. Highly recommend…

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