Enjoy premium satellite TV wherever you’re parked with this 12" high, HDTV-compatible system for value-oriented RV owners. This compact, sophisticated system, part of KVH’s new SlimLine family, is the ideal solution for fifth-wheels and other RVs that don’t require the features of a full in-motion system.
The small, affordable TracVision R4 SL packs a powerful punch, with signal gain far superior to competing 12" antennas, and as good as competing 15" antennas, so you’ll be enjoying TV when other RV owners have lost the signal. Plus, it’s so easy to use – you never have to leave your comfortable chair if you want to watch programming on another satellite – just change the channel with the remote control! Enjoy the best that satellite TV has to offer, anytime, anywhere, whenever you want to stop and relax.
Access to hundreds of channels of satellite TV programming and commercial-free music from DIRECTV, DISH Network and ExpressVu whenever the vehicle is parked
Sleek, 12" high dome protects the most reliable antenna available – for a beautiful RV outside, and the best in satellite TV entertainment inside
Automatic satellite switching from the remote control
Easily add HDTV from DIRECTV using KVH’s exclusive HDTV Tri-Sat AutoSwitch option*
Easy, affordable, in-motion upgrade available
1 DIRECTV and DISH Network subscribers who have installations of three or more receivers/tuners and who use multi-satellite service, and ExpressVu subscribers who have multi-satellite service may need a KVH TV/SAT switch to select between satellites.
2 Also requires DIRECTV HDTV receiver (H20-600); sold separately
* DIRECTV has recently placed Ka band satellites into service to provide high definition local channels to their home users in select markets. To enable this, DIRECTV is installing new, larger dishes for their subscribers to receive the Ka band content as well as the current Ku band high definition and standard definition programming. KVH and all mobile satellite antennas support Ku band reception only due to size constraints and other technical complexity. As a result KVH cannot support reception of Ka band high definition locals. For a complete and up-to-date listing of the available HDTV channels,