Team Nutz works with all the leading companies in Mobile Satellite TV. Including: KVH, Sirius, Sea-King, VuQube, King-dome, Raymarine, Winegard and others.
KVH: Want to enjoy the same high-quality satellite TV programming on the water that you enjoy at home, even when cruising as far as 100 to 200 miles offshore? Then KVH’s 14.5″ TracVision M3ST is for you! Perfect for boats as small at 30 feet, the TracVision M3ST is the complete DIRECTV marine entertainment package for boaters on the go, whether you’re motoring along the coast or cruising offshore.1
This system brings you crystal-clear digital satellite TV entertainment and unsurpassed satellite acquisition and tracking in all sea conditions, plus the excitement of local channels, support for multiple DIRECTV satellites, and an integrated 12V mobile DIRECTV receiver/controller. Plus, you’ll never have to compromise on reception or quality because the TracVision M3ST offers the highest signal strength available along with KVH’s high-efficiency 14″ diameter antenna and RingFire™ technology for reception and coverage previously only available in 18″ diameter systems!
VuQube: With advanced features, completely automatic operation and in-motion tracking capabilities, the NEW VuQube V30 In-Motion Satellite TV antenna is a whole new level of satisfaction! Great for team drivers and those who take family members on the road with them. The VuQube model V30 automatically locks on and tracks the satellite while driving to provide continuous satellite reception while on-the-go! Includes all the same great features of the stationary automatic version including simple one button satellite lock, positive satellite ID and automatic satellite switching for Dish Network and other multi-satellite services.
It’s like nothing you’ve ever heard before. Imagine channels and channels of whatever you want to listen to. Commercial-free music, all your favorite sports, exclusive talk and entertainment. Not to mention comedy, news, traffic, weather and more. It’s all here, all in one place. Welcome to the world of satellite radio.