Indoor TV Antenna Accesses Local Channels

MarineElectronics.com
Monday, August 19, 2013
Photo: Shakespeare

According to Shakespeare Electronic Products Group, enjoying life on the water shouldn't have to mean missing favorite programs. With the ultra-thin indoor 2060 Marine TV Antenna from Shakespeare, users gain convenient, space-saving reception of local channels when at the dock or close to shore.

The 2060 model doesn't require exterior mounting, making it an economical alternative where space is at a premium. Measuring 13" x 12" x .02", it attaches to a window with two quick-release suction cups. This svelte antenna's clear design doesn't block light, and can add tech flair to the interior of any boat. The Shakespeare 2060 can even be mounted on the back of a TV set.

This HD-ready, multidirectional UHF/VHF antenna works with any television equipped with an ATSC tuner. It includes an 18.5' mini coaxial cable and 3' USB cable, allowing users to power the unit directly through the USB port of a television. It also comes with 12V and 110V wall adapters to accommodate alternate sources of power.

Designed and manufactured by antenna system specialist Winegard, this high-quality product is made in the US. Protected by a two-year limited warranty, the Shakespeare 2060 Marine TV Antenna retails for $79.99.

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