- Size (LWH): 2.2 inches, 5.35 inches, 8.11 inches
Belkin Dyle Wireless Mobile TV Receiver for 30-Pin iPhone and iPad in Select Coverage Areas
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Dyle Mobile TV service is not available in all areas of the United States, so please check your zipcode at the link below
- Enjoy live TV on your iPad and iPhone
- Works without Wi-Fi or data connection
- Connects directly to your Apple devices 30-pin dock port
- Compact, portable design
Customers Who Viewed This Item Also Viewed
Top Customer Reviews
Set-up was a breeze, download the app and plug it into the 30-pin connector. I tried this on an iPhone 4 and latest iPad. You have to enter a zip code and email address which I'm generally not fond of. Why do I have to register my email address to use their product, it should be optional. The zip code requirement made me wonder if I would be able to use this if I go to another market.
I entered the information and took me to a screen on what was available...2 and one of them was PBS. With the HD antennae, I get about 25. Ok, clicked on NBC and it took me to another blank screen. Sat there...sat there...sat there...blank screen...blank screen. I checked the coverage map before and I should of been fine. No indication it's doing anything or that I should wait...juts a blank screen. No whirly hour-glass, not "connecting...". Finally after 3-4 mins (studies show after 10 seconds people get bored waiting for tech), a picture showed. Was pretty fuzzy, waited for it to clear up like buffering on streaming videos. Nope, was kind of like 320x200 blown up to iPad size so it was pixelated.
The sound stopped about every 10-15 seconds on cue. Checking my connection with their tool, it was on the lower side of green, say 7 out of 10. Compared it to the Live NBC channel and they delay it about 10 seconds.
I stopped it, reloaded it. This time it came up much faster but still slow. Like 45 seconds which in this short attention span world is akin to infinity+infinity.Read more ›
He installed it easily (without a call to me) and uses it just fine. Perfect for watching NASCAR outside at while working in the shed and for tracking Hurricane issues when the storm has knocked out Directv
This unit is NOT an external antenna with a standard television receiver that interfaces with your 30-pin apple mobile devises. If you live anywhere outside the very limited coverage area of the proprietary broadcast service from Dyle this device is of no use whatsoever. Go over the coverage area very carefully before ordering and make sure the signal is available in your area.
Keep in mind that even if the service is available in your area you might not get all the stations broadcasting there. Only stations partnered with Dyle will show up as available.
Also keep in mind this is the old IOS 30-pin connector. Newer Apple devices Will Not Work with this device. According to Belkin, the lightening adapter will not work.
Setup and use is fairly easy, just download the app and tell it where you live and it will tell you what (if any) stations are available.
A great idea that needs a whole lot of work before being practical.
It indicates it gets three stations in Kansas City. It barley gets one. I have tried to use it in several different locations inside and outdoors. The one station at times can be seen clearly. Once I had it 30 miles away and it got the one station. But don't waste your money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this as something fun and spent most the day trying to get it to work without success. Don't waste your money, mine is going back.Published 17 months ago by Kelly Kubik
80 bucks for the equipment 1(ONE) channel in english here in Las Vegas
This is more a scam, than a service,If I could give no stars That would be my review
Only a limited number of TV stations can be picked up, none in my area. Useful only in major markets, that should be stated in bold print.Published on May 26, 2014 by joseph magliulo
I needed something to occupy my time while waiting for my wife while see is in meeting and I either don't have i-fi or don't want to use it. It seems to work well so far.Published on April 30, 2014 by pat stark
worked okay the first day now it says it can't find my I pad. So all I get is error messages.Published on March 4, 2014 by Kevin Cornwell