When it comes to RV Satellite TV and Internet, don't go fumbling around with bad reception ( ok bad pun ). Instead, check out these videos that RV52 has found for you and learn the easy way – by watching. Don't read boring old manuals that are out of date and written in a completely boring style.
I know that Sheri and I have struggled with being connected to the real world with our RV. And this is even when we stay close to Austin Texas with our RV. The whole “mobile” thing is a lot harder than people really ever know.
This is compounded by the fact that Sheri and I have some pretty demanding TV and Internet usage habits. We've tried cellular, cable, Clear, and DSL and so far the most flexible has been Clear. On the TV side, we have simply decided to use over the air TV because it is cheap. But you really have to think about these things, especially if you have to sign a contract or buy equipment. A wrong choice can cost you anywhere from $200 to $2000 or more – and you still don't have what you need.
I've found that I can personally learn almost anything with video, and learn it more quickly, more effectively, and more deeply than using manuals. There is something about the combination of seeing something and hearing something that really makes learning a snap.
If there is anything at all you'd like me to change, make sure you drop me a line and I promise ( Marlan – the owner of RV52 ) that I'll look into it. OK?
Some articles on RV Electronics that relate:
- A really nice way of hooking up TV & WiFi in inside an RV
- How to use a Sonos speaker in an RV entertainment system
- cellular as an RV internet
- RV Home Theater System
- Over the Air Antenna for RV
- I bought a Clear Wireless Modem, why isn't it working
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