I got this for my RV but its been cold and raining so I hooked it up to my smart TV at home and sent it searching for channels.…I am going to put it on my RV and see how it goes with the thing outside and on a larger metal base.I think I will buy some more for the TV's in the house as well because it works so well and is small.
I can't answer that since I don't have an RV. That said, if there is over the signal, it will work. Frankly, this an awesome antenna.
I don’t know how they did it but I know how it worked for us. We got the booster to use with it and I also use it only when I am on the road in a Semi. We tried using one of the flat square HGYV ones but every time another big truck when by the picture would break up because of their CB’s and in a truck stop happened a lot. We don’t ever really have the time to bother with buying the satellite but wanted something better so we thought for the price why not. We hook it up and run it outside and put it on top of the cab and as long as the wind isn’t real bad it helps pretty damn well. We have to get our tv sercured so it is a bit of a pain to hook it up so we only do it a couple of times a week and it the weather is bad we watch DVD’s but for the price and ease of it it works. II can’t tell you how it works on s RV because you park in more rural areas (or at least we did when we had one, used camping sites) but for a big truck a putting it on the top of the cab it really did work great but if you want perfect go satellite.
I have used it inside my fiberglass RV and received several stations, I also have it setup so I can use it outside and I receive more stations.
This antenna is ideal for use atop an RV.
This is best used while stationary. Many u se it with RVs.
I can't why one wouldn't be able to as long as there isn't too much blockage from the trees or landscape. The only thing I would consider is how it holds up it transit. Consider Winegard if you are looking for RV-specific antenna systems. They specialize in these for RVs.
Yes it can and absolutely it would be great for an rv!!!!! Use the rca app to line up!!!!
At those distances, assuming little or no local interference, it should work very well. Here in Dallas County, TX, I get all the local transmissions, even from different directions, even though this is a directional antenna. I have mine mounted 14 feet above ground and pointed at the largest group of transmitters. Not on an RV, but on a Tuff Shed portable building.
Don't know about that particular amp. In my case I found that this antenna works a lot better un-amped than the small planar and RV type powered antennas that I tried to use previously.
It should work fantastic. We have about 7 of them installed at our RV park to receive signals from over 25 miles away through dense woods and hills. Six miles with no obstructions should be a piece of cake.