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I only use my Leaf for one tv, but I'm guessing a coax splitter would work. It comes with four round adhesive Velcro strips and four push pins (2 black 2 white.) It has two holes on the upper corners for the pins. I have mine hanging from the ceiling with thin fishing line, about a foot away from a wall and 10 inches f… see more I only use my Leaf for one tv, but I'm guessing a coax splitter would work. It comes with four round adhesive Velcro strips and four push pins (2 black 2 white.) It has two holes on the upper corners for the pins. I have mine hanging from the ceiling with thin fishing line, about a foot away from a wall and 10 inches from the ceiling. see less
By Ryan Toshiro S. on March 29, 2013
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Short answer: Yes, it will. Longer answer: I have the Mohu 30 and I live on the 9th floor overlooking the river on the UWS and I get great reception -- all of the major stations and most, if not all, sub-channels. For the past couple of months I've been living in a different apartment in the same building while I have … see more Short answer: Yes, it will. Longer answer: I have the Mohu 30 and I live on the 9th floor overlooking the river on the UWS and I get great reception -- all of the major stations and most, if not all, sub-channels. For the past couple of months I've been living in a different apartment in the same building while I have some work done on my apartment. The temp apartment is on a lower floor and faces the street and other buildings -- I don't have as much unobstructed sky and the reception is not as good -- I sometimes have trouble getting PBS, for example, but most other stations come still come in great. I just bought the Mohu 50 because it has an improved amplifier and I anticipate that it will cut down on the problems I sometimes have getting PBS in this lower-floor apartment. I think that depending on where you are in Manhattan (and where you are in your building), you will get many, if not all, of the basic channels. see less
By J. Belle on November 13, 2014
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Here is the info the MOHU company sent me. Call their Contact Center (855)446-6648 - or - web site, www.gomohu.com.
I do not know what area (zip code) you reside in but I am in the 91423 zip and the Leaf Paper Thin Indoor antenna does not work for me.

By Concerned Consumer on August 25, 2015
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It comes with a 16 foot cable. You can buy any coaxial cable, but I've heard that "Low-loss" cable is best for long runs to preserve the signal from the antenna (despite the included amplifier, the best signal you can get to the TV the better). The type I heard works best is labeled RG6. Just search for it on Amazon.… see more It comes with a 16 foot cable. You can buy any coaxial cable, but I've heard that "Low-loss" cable is best for long runs to preserve the signal from the antenna (despite the included amplifier, the best signal you can get to the TV the better). The type I heard works best is labeled RG6. Just search for it on Amazon. I picked up a 20 foot cable, but then discovered the cable that came with. It is a fairly thin coaxial cable that works quite well. see less
By Rafael on October 2, 2013
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No need to buy anything. The package come with a long coaxial cable for connection between the antenna and your TV.
By WiseOldMan on January 12, 2014
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I have mine behind a framed picture on the wall. It gets the same channels and reception .
By Gary Lee on February 12, 2014
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You can use the enclosed tacks, use push pins, velcro or temporary Scotch/3M hanging tape.
By Chip H on September 18, 2014
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Yes you do. If you're TV does not contain said tuner, some DVD players may have ATSC tuners that can be placed between antenna connection and TV video-type connection for decoding the HD signal.
By Paul Kroll on February 1, 2015
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We just installed this last night and we're near Almaden Valley in San Jose. With our previous antenna we received only 14, 36, 48 and 54 (for 12 total counting all of the sub-channels like 54-1, 54-2, 54-3, etc.). It was supposedly a good quality antenna. The Mohu Leaf Ultimate discovered 75 channels the first try, UH… see more We just installed this last night and we're near Almaden Valley in San Jose. With our previous antenna we received only 14, 36, 48 and 54 (for 12 total counting all of the sub-channels like 54-1, 54-2, 54-3, etc.). It was supposedly a good quality antenna. The Mohu Leaf Ultimate discovered 75 channels the first try, UHF and VHF. We were dumbfounded! The 75 total counts the sub-channels. We received all of the channels that were predicted on the Mohu website plus some additional channels. Mohu predicted we would receive 68 channels. The Mohu Sky predicted we would receive 74 with the outdoor antenna, so I think we are receiving everything the outdoor antenna would have. see less
By Julie on December 8, 2013
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Sure you can use them together. You will just either need two Antena/Coaxial inputs on the back of your TV, or use a simple $2 device like this A/B switch to choose between the Cable source of programing or the Mohu antenna. http://www.amazon.com/Parts-Express-Coaxial-A-Switch/dp/B0002ZPIQ4/ref=sr_1_sc_2?ie=UTF8&qid=13… see more Sure you can use them together. You will just either need two Antena/Coaxial inputs on the back of your TV, or use a simple $2 device like this A/B switch to choose between the Cable source of programing or the Mohu antenna. http://www.amazon.com/Parts-Express-Coaxial-A-Switch/dp/B0002ZPIQ4/ref=sr_1_sc_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1360626403&sr=8-2-spell&keywords=coxail+a%2Fb+switch see less
By Gadget Guru "M" on February 11, 2013