How to Install

The SatKing Pro Max requires only a very small amount of space to be installed, in general half the area of a convential old style round dish.

No longer do you have to position your motorised system in the rear corner of the van and have long cable runs. The unit can be installed where it is convenient or even directly above your TV making installation even easier. The diargams below shows the area required for the Pro Max to operate, in general the Pro Max needs clearance of 50cm from the centre of the unit but as per below some existing products on your roof can be within the 50cm exclusion area depending on their height.

With the Pro Max you can either do a self install or get your caravan dealer to install the unit for you. SatKing or dealers can also recommend installers in your local area to do the complete installation for you.

Thursday, 23 Feb 2017

How to Watch TV

The SatKing Pro Max is an automatic satellite TV system required to receive the satellite TV signal but to watch TV you need to connect a set top box. There are two options when to comes to set top boxes, you can either buy a VAST receiver or bring your own Foxtel satellite set top box. Using either is simple, just plug your receiver or set top box into the Pro Max and you will be watching TV in a minute or so.

VAST TV Explained

VAST is the most popular method of watching TV with your Automatic satellite TV system. VAST is basically the same channels as you receive in the capital city but with commercials from regional Australia. You receive ABC, SBS, 7, 9, 10 and their secondary channels like ABC2, GO, Gem, One, Eleven, 7Two and 7Mate. VAST receivers are available from all Pro Max dealers. With VAST there are no subscription charges.

Foxtel Explained

If you choose to bring your own Foxtel satellite set top box, just simply plug the set top box into the Pro Max and within a minute or so all the channels you access at home will be available. Note catch up TV services are delivered by the internet and can't be received via satellite TV and subscription charge apply.

Thursday, 23 Feb 2017