Wandering Aimlessly Posted January 14, 2016 Report Share Posted January 14, 2016 First post guys. Hello to all. I’m learning fast, but I’m a real novice when it comes to this stuff. We have a Winegard Road Trip SD on roof of the camper. It is blocked by trees right now. We had Dish install a Dish 1000.2. about 50 feet from the camper. I plan to bring this antenna along with us when we travel. I purchased the Winegard tripod for this. We have a 722K. We have good signals from sats 110, 119, 129. We are in coastal NC if that helps. Is this the best wiring scenario? 3 LNBs 3 cables, but only one cable is connected to the VIP722K? I took the antenna arm apart to see how the cables were attached. The tech attached a short black cable to one of the coax jacks and just stuffed the other end of the cable into the antenna stand. He also used orange colored RG6 cable that has two coax lines together with a ground wire all as one cable. This orange cable is attached to two LNB’s on the antenna but only one of the cables is attached to the “Cable TV” input in the RV’s service bay. (that might be a problem in itself). In the TV cabinet he used a triplexer to split the CATV cable to SATELLITE ONE and SATELLITE TWO on the rear of the 722K. He used the existing coax cable in the camper to connect from the 722K to the bedroom TV We are getting HD channels but not HD locals. My neighbor is getting HD locals. Eastern Arc HD locals (I assume on 61.5) I have more questions but I’ll stop for now Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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