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Satellite TV Adds to High Style on Limo Buses

Posted on July 1, 2008

MIDDLETOWN, R.I.KVH Industries Inc., a provider of in-motion satellite TV and communication systems, has increased its presence among limousine bus makers with its low-profile TracVision A7 live satellite TV.

 

“The TracVision A7 is a premium feature that our stretch limousine and limo bus customers really enjoy,” said John Beck, executive vice president of Brea, Ca.-based Krystal Enterprises, a top producer of luxury mid-size buses and luxury limousines. “This demographic encompasses everyone from high school students going to the prom, to celebrities and athletes, to top business professionals who travel to conventions or even conduct private meetings in our vehicles. The TracVision systems help set us apart because live satellite TV is a unique commodity that people really enjoy while traveling, regardless of their destination.”

 

Krystal builds custom buses, limousines, sedans, motor homes, and other vehicles on Ford, Chrysler, Cadillac, and even Hummer chassis.

 

The TracVision A7 is an ultra-low-profile, in-motion satellite TV system that offers its users live DirecTV Total Choice Mobile programming whether they are parked or on the move. For those who prefer music over TV occasionally, the TracVision A7’s DirecTV package also offers access to more than 70 channels of music from XM Satellite Radio.

 

KVH Industries, Inc. has designed, made, and sold more than 150,000 mobile satellite antennas for applications on boats, RVs, trucks, buses, and autos.

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