Easy TV Antenna Aiming for RV Owners

Yes, RVers need an antenna signal meter, and we have the four best reasons why!

We here at Solid Signal have been encouraging RV owners to experience the joys of TV antennas for years. Yes, we sell TV antennas and that is a big part of it. (We’re not going to lie to you.) All that free TV you’ll get is the other reason, of course. In order to get all those channels and programming, you’ll need to properly aim your antenna. And that brings me to the next thing we want to sell you. It’s a TV antenna signal meter, and we have just the one you need.

Introducing the Psiber SignalScout…

…This TV antenna signal meter is a tool that every cord-cutting RV owner needs. It’s not something you’ll use once then turn around and sell on ebay.com. You’ll use it every time you travel because you’ll have to re-aim your antenna each time you stop. That’s just a simple fact of life for anyone who cuts the cord. The good news is that it’s not that hard to do, and the SignalScout makes it even easier.

At its most basic, you point it toward the sky until you find the signal. The SignalScout has a bunch of features to make finding that signal easy. For example, there’s a built-in compass for locating those transmitter stations. A built-in beeper lets you know when you’ve locked onto that signal. Like I said, the SignalScout makes finding those signals easy and accurate.

Look, I could go on and on about the features of this amazing signal meter. Solid Signal carries this product because many of us own a SignalScout ourselves, and we believe in it. But that’s not really why you’re here, is it? I promised to share the four reasons why every RV owner needs this device. I’m tired of beating around the bush, so here’s why you should really have this in your motorhome:

1. Because free local TV wherever you go is awesome!

Some of us have been paying for TV for so long that we forgot it’s free. Stations in literally every TV market are pumping tons of programming out there on the airwaves. A TV antenna is the only way to get it, but you need to correctly aim that aerial if you want clear reception. The SignalScout helps you do that.

2. You’ll be the hit of every RV campground.

You’re not going to be the only RVer with a TV antenna. You’ll probably be the only one who owns one of these high-tech meters, though, and that’s something. Once your neighbors see you scanning the skies for a solid signal, they’ll ask you to do the same for them. Not that we’re recommending this, but you could possibly turn this into a side-hustle. Charge other RVers $10 to aim their antenna. If you helped five people per night, this device would pay for itself in eight days. What happens between you and the IRS is your business!

3. It won’t take up much room in your RV.

This is a serious thing for anyone who travels. The SignalScout fits in the palm of your hand, so it’s not something that’s going to take up a lot of space inside your RV, camper, or motorhome. You can easily put it in a drawer or even your glove compartment. Just remember where you put it because you’ll need it when you stop for the day or night.

4. Yes, it’s $400, but it pays for itself.

Did we mention that local TV is free? As in you can watch it for years and never pay a dime. Bills keep coming each month for as long as you have a pay TV service. On the other hand, you only pay for the SignalScout once, and it helps you get free TV for as long as you’re willing to watch it. So, to say this device pays for itself is an understatement.

Why Should You Get This Signal Meter from Solid Signal?

That’s another good reason, and I have some pretty good answers. Like I said above, many of our on-staff cord-cutters actually own the SignalScout. That means they use it to aim their TV antennas. Don’t believe me? Here’s an unboxing video done by none other than my trusted colleague, Stuart Sweet:

More importantly, Solid Signal the No. 1 source for cord-cutting online. We’ve been specializing in TV antennas and related equipment for years. Our talented customer service reps have made hundreds of TV antenna recommendations in that time, and we’ve helped countless cord-cutters with every aspect of their antenna installations. We also understand the unique needs of the RV community, whom we’ve been serving for many years as well.

If you’d like to know more about the SignalScout, or TV antennas for your RV, give us a call. You can reach our US-based customer service team at 888-233-7563. If it’s after business hours, or you’re just a little shy, you can always fill out the form below and send it to us. Someone from our team will get back with you.

About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.