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I am curious about the user satisfaction with the Winegard Carry-out satellite system for Shaw Direct. In particular, how does it work in Yuma? And during rainy days anywhere? I know that the Trav'ler is the system of choice but, the price is quite high compared to the "carry-Out'. Any advice is welcome.

 

Thanks, Roy

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I have never used the Carryout with Shaw, but I have with Dish and Direct TV (although Direct TV is limited to SD programming only).  It works very well with both of them.  I have used it in inclement weather with no real noticeable affects.  I was very happy with it.  The only reason I don't use it anymore is because I now have multiple televisions with multiple dish boxes so I needed an antenna capable of handling this.  As a result I switched to a Trav'ler.  I sold my Carryout to a buddy and he is now using it in his trailer.

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