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  • Bill Scanlon
    http://www.kvh.com/MarineSat/ Marine Satellite TV KVH TracVision®, the world’s most popular family of DVB®-compatible, fully stabilized marine satellite TV
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 31, 2006
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      Marine Satellite TV
      KVH TracVision®, the world’s most popular family of DVB®-compatible, fully stabilized marine satellite TV systems, brings you digital satellite TV entertainment, whether you’re relaxing at anchor or cruising offshore. KVH’s TracVision satellite TV antenna systems offer:
      • 300+ channels of digital TV programming and commercial-free, CD-quality music via regional satellite services around the globe
      • Superior performance even in demanding marine conditions
      • Easy to use, completely automatic operation
      • Award-winning reliable designs suitable for vessels of virtually any size
      • Matching domes to KVH's TracPhone satellite phone systems for great-looking dual dome installations
      Highlights:
      • Access to 300+ channels of DIRECTV programming – news, weather, sports, movies, and XM radio music!
      • Great offshore coverage (100-200 miles)
      • Fast, powerful, ultra-quiet motors and no cable wrap
      • Fully automatic satellite acquisition
      • Supports multiple receiver/TV installations

      Pricing:
      US $4,995


      Bill Scanlon
      USCG Master 50 GT Inland Waters
      Towing & Sailing Endorsements
      Lic. # 1092926
      1984 Catalina 30
      "Ruby"
      Std. Rig  Hull#  3688
      Winthrop (Mass.) Yacht Club
       
      Navigare necesse est, vivere non est necesse

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