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New antennas bring HDTV to water

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South Carolina-based Shakespeare has launched the SeaWatch series of marine TV antennas. The 3004, 3010, 3015 and 3019 all provide over-the-air digital HDTV to vessels.

Featuring omnidirectional signal reception to eliminate the need to re-aim the antenna, each model features a low-noise amplifier and AC, DC and USB power adapters.

For more information, visit www.shakespeare-marine.com.

 

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