My mom bought this because she refuses to pay for cable. It gave her more channels and the picture came in clear. No more static or picture going in and out. Less cussing at the television screen too. Thanks!
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Mohu MH-110716 Leaf Mini Thin Indoor HDTV Antenna:
- 25-mile reception
- Thin, compact urban design
- Receives Full 1080p HDTV signals
- Ideal for dorm rooms, workshops or RVs
- Includes 6" coaxial cable
- Easy and flexible installation
- Mohu Leaf antenna is for indoor use only
- Available in various colors
- 25-mile HDTV antenna comes with wall plate for quick and convenient installation
- Allows user to view over the air stations such as ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, PBS and local channels
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More channels and gave a clear picture.
I love love love this product. Upon doing research, everyone seemed to enjoy this product, so I went ahead and purchased it. And believe me, I did not regret it. I recently ended my cable after the contract expired, and dedided to get an antennae. I thought $20 was a little pricey, but you do get what you pay for. It's worth every penny. It took 5 minutes to get this up and running. Quite honestly, you just plug the 10 ft cable cord to the antennae and the tv cable output, then stick it on the wall with pushpins that are provided, and boom, you're ready to search for channels. The picture quality is excellent, even in a storm, there are only minor glitches. I think it picks up 10 had local channels. It also have a color reversible option, for example, if your wall is white, you use the white side, if your wall is black, just flip it around. You will not regret this product.
Great Antenna for a great price!
I purchased this antenna for a friend who does not have cable and it was a replacement for an older antenna (this one received more stations). It was easy to setup and works great. This is the lowest priced model by this manufacturer and it works fine and gets as many stations as their higher priced models would in a major metro area (Houston), but if you live in a rural and/or remote area you may need a higher priced model to maximize your reception. The manufacturer's website has a nice tool where you enter your zip code and/or address and it will show you approximately how many stations you should be able to receive with each of their antenna models. As noted above, in major metro areas you typically receive the same number of stations with this smallest model and you do with their higher priced models. Great product for a great price! Highly recommended.
Great TV Antenna
I was sceptical on getting this $20 antenna but thank God I did. It's very good I pick up 19 local channels. It's not much but is just what I needed to cut the cord and stop paying so much money for cable TV when I was only watching local news. Now I only pay for Internet service and get my programming front Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime. I cut my cable bill in more than half of what I used to pay.
I cut the cable service I was using after buying the Mohu Mini-flat 25-Mile HDTV Antenna. I had cable for local channels and now receive twice as many channels (40+) as I did when paying for cable! After installing the first antenna, I purchased a second one for my analog tv in the bedroom (had to purchase a digital converter box too) which I also now get 40+ channels on. Note: I did have to move the antenna around a bit until I found the right location, but it did not take long to set up. Also, the antenna can be turned over for either white or black, but the cord is black (not white as pictured.) I definitely would recommend this antenna.
Works way better than I expected
So I bought this mainly because it was offered with the bundle of tv, and TV stand, but didn't have too high of hopes for it. I expected a few channels, but I got about 50. Including all of the football channels, which are the only channels I would ever consider paying for cable to get. VERY VERY WORTH IT!
I installed this on a 26" Samsung HDTV in my garage. You have to put your TV in the channel search mode after installing this antenna. Once the channel search is done you will be very happy with the results. Great reception with no pixelation. This antenna takes up little space with big results and is very affordable. I will be purchasing another one for my backyard. I highly recommend it. :-)
Works as promised
We cut cable recently but wanted to be able to get the major networks. This picks them up and he picture is great. We get 29 channels. I did however have to wire it out to the garage window as it wasn't getting a clear signal where we had placed it j. The living room out of sight.
Fell Short.....to a degree
I guess this antenna is okay. I did check before making the purchase to see which channels I would receive in my area. I was led to believe that PBS, among others would be available. That's why I decided to try Mohu. WRONG. Perhaps I should have known better because our previous antenna didn't pull PBS in either. That's the only thing I truly miss since saying bye-bye to the cable box in our bedroom. Since we still have two TV's with cable boxes, why sweat it? Other than that, it was not such a bad purchase. With the Mohu placed on a outside wall, we are receiving about 30 channels however some we will NEVER watch. The network channels (ABC, CBS, NBC) are sharp and crystal clear. All in all I guess it could be worse.
We looked these up online and seen they had fairly good reviews so we decided to purchase one. We already have the as seen on tv antenna called clear tv which works great for us but thought we would see if this would pick up anymore channels. We got it home and hooked it up and it got 6 less channels then the clear tv antenna and it cost 10 dollars more. So ultimately we decided to return it. We live is a very large city so thought we would have picked up more. So overall i would rate it ok. You get all the basic channels that most of us watch anyway which will save you a ton of money on a cable bill each month. Hope this helps you when deciding on your purchase.
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