Mohu Antenna Leaf 30 Paper-Thin Indoor HDTV Antenna (MH-110502)
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- Certified Refurbished: tested and certified to look and work like new. The refurbishing process includes functionality testing, basic cleaning, inspection, and repackaging
- Now tested to access TV channels up to 40 miles away. Enables access to free channels only - does not enable access to paid channels such as such as ESPN/Fox News
- The original paper-thin indoor antenna - Leaf 30 is derived from advanced U. S. military technology
- Paintable to match any decor and Reversible: No "pointing" needed. Comes with included 10 ft. high performance cable
- DISCLAIMER: Channel reception varies based on what is broadcast in your area, your distance from broadcast towers, and any geographical obstructions between you and the towers.
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The factory Refurbished Mohu Leaf comes with a 90 day warranty for defects and has been fully tested by Mohu. The factory Refurbished Leaf comes with a 10ft foot high performance cable. The Leaf delivers the top 20 network shows and more for free in full 1080p HD with no monthly cable or satellite bills. The Leaf is the original paper-thin antenna that provides unparalleled performance for an indoor antenna. The Leaf combines with any streaming device for maximum viewing options, and is the is the antenna of choice for cord-cutters everywhere. The Leaf can be easily hidden behind a picture, bookshelf, or television. The reversible black and white design can even be painted to match any decor. The combination of its unobtrusive design and powerful reception capabilities make the Leaf a top choice in any home. The unique design concept for the Leaf is modeled after a discrete Mud flap antenna developed for the U.S. Military by Mohu parent company, Green Wave scientific. The Leaf was designed and is manufactured in raleigh, North carolina.
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Outperforms rabbit ears by a long shot. Received all local channels with 60-80% signal strength from 30 miles away. Received one out of market channel at 20% from 52 miles away. Very happy, would buy again.
I live in a single story house with brick exterior walls. The broadcast antennas for the channels in my market area are clustered together on a mountain exactly 30 miles away all on the same bearing due north of me. The next nearest market is nearly 60 miles away to my SSW. Based on elevation, I have good line of sight to the 30 mile local stations and partial line of sight to the 60 mile channels.
After playing around with the antenna to find the best orientation and height, I am able to receive all except one of the local channels at 8/10 bars of signal strength, the one exception is 6/10 which still looks great. This is through 2 interior walls, a brick exterior wall, and part of the metal roof on the back porch. After adding the Channel Master CM 3412 2-Port Ultra Mini Distribution Amplifier for cable and antenna signals (CM3412) the signal strength increased to 10/10 on the strong channels and 8/10 on the weaker one. I am able to pull in one station from out of my market with a 2/10 signal and good line of sight, its transmitter is 52 miles away.
I started off by pinning the antenna to different locations on the wall and quickly got tired of that. At least in my situation, where you put this antenna and the angle it is at makes a huge difference (from 10% to 80%). What I ended up doing was attaching a piece of cardboard to a camera tripod and pinned the antenna to that. That allowed me to easily change the height, direction, and position to find the best spot. In my situation it happened to be in a corner at about 7'. Notice the antenna is bent slightly to tuck it in the corner, That may hinder overall performance, but I'm still receiving channels at 10/10 with it bent like that.
NOTE: Installed on a south-facing bedroom wall, one-story ranch with vinyl siding, not near a window, suburbs, flat ground; most of the towers I pick up are on the other side of the city, probably 20-25 miles away to the northwest, with the exception of one channel where its tower is 8 miles away to the northeast.
The greatest part is that the main network channels (NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox, etc.) come through crystal-clear in HD. You'd never know the difference between antenna and regular cable TV. We have our antenna resting up against an exterior wall behind our tv, and it works great. If you move it away from the wall, reception gets choppier, but as long as it's touching that exterior wall, it's great. Bad rain/snow don't seem to impact reception either.
For the price, this is awesome. It made cutting the cord on cable a LOT easier.
I suggest anyone using this on the wall to buy some attachments at the office supply store, or get an awl or something to start a hole for the pins.
My wall is white and it's offset by the tv so you can see half the antenna on the wall if you're looking for it, if you don't then it blends in.
I would not describe this antenna as being "omnidirectional". I had to move the antenna constantly (after channel changes, during different times of day, etc.) in order to catch a signal. Even after finding a signal, the dropouts (when the antenna loses the signal temporarily, for a second or two, then catches it again) were horrible! There was so much stuttering happening that programs were unwatchable.
I moved the antenna along two different walls, and two different windows over the course of 5 days. I even swapped out the included coax cable, thinking perhaps that might be the cause of the issues. No matter where I moved the antenna, I was never able to maintain a consistent signal and TV was unwatchable.
I bought the Mohu Leaf in the hopes that it would replace a ClearStream antenna, which is large and bulky in my small space. Unfortunately, even though it's bulkier and uglier, I'm back to using my ClearStream because it provides perfect reception, with no dropouts that the Mohu Leaf could not.