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King Controls Sensar Antenna Replacement Head - White

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  • Replace your old Sensar antenna with the Jack for better digital TV reception
  • Includes bracket for simple retrofit to your current antenna
  • Powered by existing power supply or used with the included power injector
  • 70% Smaller with improved wind resistance
  • Weighs 25% less than the existing antenna head.
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Brand NameKing Controls
Item Weight3.3 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 13.9 x 2.9 inches
Item model numberOA-8000
Color NameWhite
Item Display Height5 inches
  
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Shipping Weight3.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableApril 6, 2010
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: King Controls
  • Model: OA-8000
  • Width: 14.00 inches
  • Height: 5.00 inches
  • Weight: 5.77 pounds
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Product Description

Replace your old Sensar antenna with the JACK replacement head for better digital TV reception. Includes custom bracket for simple retrofit to your current antenna mast using the existing mounting pins. Broader reception rang helps to receive signals found in the “dead spot” or 35 degree of rotation not reached by the existing mount. The amplified antenna can be powered by your existing antenna power supply or used with the included power injector. A universal mounting bracket is also included for installation on a pole or railing for residential use. At just 22.5” H x 16” W x 12.5” D the JACK replacement head is 70% smaller with improved wind resistance and weighs 25” less than the existing antenna head. For use with Sensar Antennas only.

Customer Reviews

I am returning this ASAP.
DJ
Also received 2 HD channels in my driveway immediately after installing and never could pick up any channels with old, original RV antenna!
D. Long
Super easy to install and works well.
Joe

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 24, 2011
Wow! Big improvement. If you have a motorhome, get the complete system and get rid of the banging on the roof while driving. If you have a trailer you could consider replacing just the head, but think you are missing some of the other very positive features.

I more than doubled the number of stations received, but several former stronger stations were a little weaker (lower numbered channels, i.e. digital 7 and 12, but not 13, 10 is too close to judge.)

If you are replacing the traditional Winegard batwing and it was installed the way mine was (Monaco), I mounted the base backward and then cut the indexing knob tab off inside so I could have the knob pointing the correct direction. This way all the previous installation holes were all covered except for several screw holes. To make sure no sealant was pushed into the area where it rotated I mounted it then sealed it with ample self leveling sealant over the flange, screws and on to the roof. Think King should make this an optional mounting method in that most people will be replacing old batwings.

It is a great product. Don't hesitate buying the complete system.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 23, 2011
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I have had it up on my rv, where my sensar antenna used to be, for 4 days now and I like it. I hope it will be faithful to me. It is equal to my my 10 element,yagi type,(non-amplified) antenna. It has a wider sweep of reception and even though I am now in the country it is doing just fine. One very important note. Be sure that your cable is not corroded and that the outside ground mesh and the inner copper tiny wire are seperate. I have a 2005 model rv and the wire mesh was corroded all the way to where it went into the roof. The antenna did not work but when I connected a new section and sealed the joint with shrink wrap the antenna started to do its thing. You will always know when you are getting the 12 volts to the antenna because they included a tiny red light on the underside of the antenna. One thing to remember. The pointy end of the antenna needs to point away from the stations that you want. If you do not read the instructions carefully you could get it wrong because just guessing I would think that the point is supposed to point to the stations but the point part is the reflector and apparently not the actual antenna part. Hey,it looks good on top of my rig too. Looks high tech and compact.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Griz on November 2, 2011
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I replaced a Winegard Bat Wing with the "wingman" attachment on my RV with a Jack 8000 Digital TV Antenna. The result were remarkable. I was in a remote area in Colorado where only low power translator stations were readable. The Bat Wing could barely read the stations so I decided to try the Jack. I went from getting constantly breaking up digital signals to rock solid reception on several stations. Because the stations were low power they were allowed to transmit both analog and digital signals. This proved to be a good test for the Jack. The UHF signals (where most HDTV is transmitted) were considerably better than the bat wing. In the VHF region the reception was better on the bat wing.

I installed the antenna on my RV using the same mount as the bat wing. The installation was painless. It is a matter of removing two pins and connecting the coax cable. The existing antenna amplifier worked seamlessly.

Another attribute of the Jack is that it is very light and small. If you have trouble rotating the bat wing you will find the Jack a joy to operate. It also seems to be less directional and in the digital age finding and keeping a station locked on can be a real challange!

I kept the bat wing in case I found myself in an area where I could only get VHF signals. If the Jack performed in the VHF band as well as the bat wing I would have given it 5 stars. I can recommend this antenna to anyone that has made the switch to HDTV. It is definitely worth the money.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Kenny Cross on November 1, 2013
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My rv was parked at my house with a winegard bat wing antenna that I had replaced the head with the latest wingard enhancement for digital channels. We live forty miles north of el paso, tx and two hundred miles south of Albquerque, nm. The best I received with an automatic scan was 3 dgtv and 1 analog channel. When I replaced the head, using the same amplifer that was in the rv, my first scan resulted in 13 dgtv channels and 9 analog channels. I was elated to say the least. The jack antenna is very directional and you may have to move and rescan a few times to get the channel you want. I could even get great reception from Alb. on the local channels. I am pushing 70 years of age and I bought my 1994 bounder in 1995. I just wanted to let you know that I am not a rookie at this. I also worked as an orientation person for what is now Camping World close to El Paso, Tx. Also just pulled in from a 3100 mile trip thru six states. This is the best antenna I have ever used. We used the jack antenna more than our sat dish while in the mountains of northern Idaho and Montana. This is the best forty something dollar investment I ever made. Just wish I owned part of the company that invented and produced this unit. Kenny
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46 of 52 people found the following review helpful By T. Garrels on March 26, 2011
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Bought the Jack 8000 to replace a 2003 Wingard rv antenna and all I can say is don't waste your money. I compared signal strength and channel pick up between the two and the old antenna got more channels and much better signal strength then the new Jack 8000. So mine was either defective or it isn't very good, either way I returned it to Amazon. Quick note Amazon is absolutely the best! They gave me all my money back and was super fast in shipping it to me and refunding my cash! Thanks Amazon
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