|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.5 x 1.75 x 21.75 inches|
|Item model number||MH-110925|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
Mohu Leaf Glide Amplified Indoor TV Antenna, 65-Mile Range, UHF/VHF Multi-directional, Paper-Thin, 16 ft. Coaxial Cable, 15dB Amplifier with USB Cable, Reversible, Paintable, 4K-Ready, MH-110925
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|Maximum Range||20 Miles, 50 Miles, 65 Miles|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||12.5 x 1.75 x 21.75 inches|
About this item
- ABSOLUTELY FREE HDTV FOR LIFE: Leaf Glide reaches a 65-mile radius to bring you HD Over-the-Air TV shows news and sports on network and local television
- FULL HD CRYSTAL-CLEAR TV FOR FREE: Due to its modified size Leaf Glide's patented SignaLift technology is better at receiving VHF channels compared to other indoor antennas
- 16 FT COAXIAL CABLE: Multi-directional Reversible and Paintable: no "pointing" is needed. Reversible black and white design and is paintable to match any decor Comes with included 16 foot high performance cable; HDTV Antenna Proudly Designed and Manufactured in the United States
- RECEPTION TOTALLY DEPENDENT ON LOCATION and the type of signal being transmitted in the area (VHF/UHF). DISCLAIMER: The results of available channels in your area is an estimate based on your location and the location of the TV transmitters in your area and is not guaranteed. Every location is unique in terms of local terrain foliage and installation details which will affect your reception.
- Note: Avoid placing the antenna directly on or next to the TV set, if possible. Since all digital TVs have computers inside, the sets may emit radio signals that interfere with reception, especially on VHF stations. Avoid placing near personal computers or other digital devices.
From the manufacturer
Say Goodbye To Cable Forever!
Leaf 30 lets you enjoy over-the-air networks in your area without paying a monthly fee. That means you can watch 94 of the 100 most-watched TV shows for free from networks like ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS, The CW, Univision and more.
The Original Paper Thin Indoor HDTV Antenna
Antenna Made in USA – Derived from US Military Technology
Mohu Leaf 30 is the antenna that jump-started the cord cutting revolution. Launched in 2011, Leaf 30 established the trend of paper-thin antennas with many others striving to achieve the same quality and design. Leaf 30 was the first and continues to be one of the top-rated and most popular HDTV antennas available on the market.
- Now tested to reach a 40-mile range
- 10 ft. detachable high-performance coaxial cable included
- Get HD reception on networks like ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS, The CW, Univision, and more
- Multi-directional and reversible: No pointing needed
- Discreet, reversible, and paintable to match your decor or be hidden out of sight
- Easy to install – simply plug in, scan for channels, and enjoy free TV
Channel Reception May Vary Based on Your Area
Channel reception will vary based on what is broadcast in your area, your distance from broadcast towers, and any geographical obstructions between you and the towers. Before you buy, use Mohu’s web tool to see what channels are available in your area. Channel reception depends primarily on geographical location and terrain. ESPN and FOX News (among other cable channels) are not available via free HDTV broadcast.
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|Reversible and/or Paintable To Match Dècor||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|TV Signal Amplifier||✓||✓||✓|
|Includes 10' Coaxial Cable||✓||✓|
|Includes 16' Coaxial Cable||✓||✓||✓|
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Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2018
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My suggestion, go with a lot less expensive antenna this product won’t pull stations from 65 miles out! I estimate you may get less than 20 mile reception depending on your location and terrain. I am in a fairly hilly terrain and not good reception area. The other suggestion go to the FCC channel site and see what they say realistically what you could receive! My idea is go with less mile range antenna unless you go to an outdoor type antenna, even then you probably only really get the towers that are less then 20 miles from you. I already went that route and only got what the FCC said I would receive or less! The manufacturer needs to address the connector issue from the amplifier cable, it doesn’t fit correctly.
Zip Code: 32304
Location: Eagle Pines (across from Tallahassee Community College)
Windows with line of sight: East and South
Windows blocked by apartment nearby: North
I can pick up PBS (WFSU) and CW (WTLF)
I can barely pick up ABC (WTXL) and FOX (WTLH)
I can't pick up CBS (WCTV) and NBC (WTWC)
Location of antenna: Northeastern part of my apartment in the living room.
Other locations tried: Southeastern parts of my living room where my computer, home server, and home theater receiver. My electronics are quite a distance away from my antenna.
Positions that worked: flat against table
Positions that don't work: flat against wall or window
I even tried moving my antenna to another location in the northeastern part of my apartment and with the height lowered, I can pick up ABC with increased signal strength, but still too weak. I can barely pick up CW and NBC. Can't pick up Fox very well. As I was listening to football on ABC, the signal seems to come out strong, but does drop out from time to time.
Amplifier tried: Yes, not degrades signal strength
Non-amplifier tried: Yes. ABC does come in better compared to when an amplifier is used. I have not checked in Fox as WTLH seems to be weaker than ABC.
As for "picture quality," either the picture on screen is shown or not, so even if I get great picture quality from PBS and CW, the correct term is "signal strength." Amazon should change from "picture quality" to "signal strength" as the picture quality is from the days of analog. The only "picture quality" that matters is with the TV's picture controls such as brightness and contrast, including the quality of screen and that's about it.
**UPDATE as of October 28, 2019**
While using my old TV, I'm able to position my antenna flat against the top of the table about 4' between floor and ceiling. My antenna is positioned within the middle of my living room and has a line of site towards the north and east windows. I can barely pull in 22 channels from all major stations including PBS with my old LG TV. After I switch to HDHomeRun Duo while still in same position, the max I can get is 13 channels and that's about it. While moving my antenna around, I can get anywhere between 4 (only PBS) and 13 channels (PBS, CW, and ABC). So, HDHomeRun cannot pick up channels 40 (NBC), 46 (CBS), and 50 (FOX). This is with and without the amplifier. Mohu Leaf Glide is as powerful as it gets and I might have to add a more powerful amplifier to pull in signals from weak TV towers...
32304 (across from Tallahassee Community College) is the worst location for receiving TV signals, but I still give Mohu Leaf Glide a 4 out of 5 stars. Initially, I gave it a 3.
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When I connected it to my LCD TV, I went from getting four clear HD channels and one scrambled one – all local London, Ontario channels – to barely getting three. Ditto on my upstairs TV. In other words, instead of getting 65 miles of coverage, which according OTA online blogs would have added CTV and Global outlets, CHCH Hamilton and CITY TV (about 35 miles down the road), I couldn’t even get stations that were 5-10 miles away! So instead of the expected 10+ HD signals, I got less than my ancient Radio Shack antenna provided me with. I tried several locations, including two windows.
There’s no way of telling if the power connecter is working. Warning: it’s a USB cord, with an AC adapter. But I suspect it did work, because without it, I could only get one channel. I just don't get it, and I'm not a Luddite.
I had bought the other product before Mohu ReLeaf Indoor TV Antenna, Made with Recycled Materials, 4K-Ready HDTV, 30 Mile Range, at 56$
Now this one Mohu Leaf Glide HDTV Antenna, Indoor, Amplified, 65 Mile Range, Paper-Thin, Reversible, Paintable,
But I get same result with either one, install at the same location on the window
Seem also the amplifier is broken, I get zero channel even if it is not powered on. I would expect that it would function has bypass when not powered on.
I will play around with the location of the antenna
Good luck with your decision/purchase.
I was attempting to upgrade from my old one but this antenna only receives about two thirds of the number of channels as my older one.
DO NOT BUY THIS ANTENNA