KING OA8200 Jack HDTV Over-the-Air Antenna with Mount and Built-in Signal Meter – White

September 15, 2016 - Comment

The KING OA8200 Jack Antenna is simply the best RV over-the-air HDTV Antenna available. It features a wider reception range and is less directional than traditional RV antennas to provide broader reception coverage. Provides superior reception of UHF signals where over 80% of new DTV channels are broadcast, and great reception of remaining VHF channels.

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The KING OA8200 Jack Antenna is simply the best RV over-the-air HDTV Antenna available. It features a wider reception range and is less directional than traditional RV antennas to provide broader reception coverage. Provides superior reception of UHF signals where over 80% of new DTV channels are broadcast, and great reception of remaining VHF channels. The Jack Antenna is easy to install and works with varying roof thicknesses and easily replaces an existing antenna. Once installed, the Jack Antenna easily avoids dead spots–effortlessly rotate the antenna 360 degrees with two fingers. The built-in digital TV reception meter simplifies setup and eliminates frustration, simply point the antenna for maximum reception before scanning for channels. The fixed height requires no cranking up or down. No need to remember to stow the antenna before driving away. The compact, aerodynamic mount offers superior wind resistance, is 70% smaller, and requires less roof space than traditional RV antennas.

Product Features

  • Sleek over-the-air HDTV antenna with mount and built-in signal meter
  • Broader reception coverage with superior reception of UHF signals
  • Easy to install and effortless antenna rotation
  • Fixed height requires no cranking up or down
  • The compact, aerodynamic mount offers superior wind resistance and is up to 70% smaller than traditional RV antennas
Comments
  • Daniel S. Oremus September 15, 2016 at 9:54 pm

    Instuctions not very good Wiring diagram Does not show 2 coax cables coming down from antenna. Got it mounted and had to pull it to install 2nd coax not provided or mentioned in the instructions or diagram. One coax goes to Signal finder second not provided or shown on instructions goes to wall switch plate. But works good once I figured out how to wire it up.

  • Dave Tanguay September 15, 2016 at 10:13 pm

    I’m a happy camper now. I just replaced the crummy Jensen omni-directional antenna with this King Jack antenna. Since the Jensen’s footprint was smaller than this one I didn’t need the optional mounting plate. Based on the experience of another reviewer here I tested the antenna before I Dicored it down on the roof. I live 70 miles from the Tucson channels and could not receive a single channel with the Jensen. This antenna found 13 channels. I’m impressed. It took me about four hours to install plus maybe another…

  • Harold September 15, 2016 at 10:27 pm

    King Controls Antenna I bought a King OA8200 in 2014. It worked great for several month, then most of the time only the red power light on the signal meter was on and no TV signal. Since I only stayed a few times per year at the State and Federal Campgrounds, I thought there is just no TV reception. Then I did ask other RV’ers and they had TV reception. 

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