Mohu makes it easy to cut the cord and enjoy free over air TV broadcasts in high definition. Using the latest in military-grade, digital technology, Mohu indoor and outdoor HDTV antennas are easy to set up and use. Mohu cord cutters save big bucks each month by eliminating expensive cable and satellite TV service and enjoying free HDTV over-the-air using HDTV antennas.
A sister company of Greenwave Scientific, Mohu prides itself on offering the latest in cord cutter technology that is also simple to use. The company provides excellent customer service by phone or email, and they have an active Forum that is a great place to ask questions and share information.
Made in the USA, Mohu HDTV antennas work extremely well to pull in both UHF and also VHF over air channels, and provide users with the ability to view high definition TV for free. The antennas are affordable, with prices to fit every budget.
For those who don’t know, cord cutting can be done with an indoor or outdoor digital HDTV antenna. Reception will depend upon where you live; what the terrain is like, and how far you are from the TV broadcast towers in your area. Reception of over-the-air TV can also be affected by building materials, especially metal, as well as the placement of the antenna at your location.
Using a Mohu Leaf 50 antenna literally changed my life. So much so, that I wrote a user-friendly ‘how-to’ book to educate and empower people to cut the cord and enjoy free network television in HD. Simple Guide to Over-the-Air Free TV was written to share my passion for cord cutting and give others the heads up on this easy to use technology.
Here’s a brief rundown of Mohu HDTV antenna equipment that can help you to cut the cord too.
The smallest of the Mohu HDTV indoor flat antennas, the Leaf Metro is still mighty powerful! The Leaf Metro has a unique shape and a 25 mile range, making it a very good choice for city dwellers with lots of broadcast towers close by.
The Mohu Leaf 30 is a flat HDTV antenna that looks like a sheet of paper, so it’s hard to wrap your head around how it can work so well to snag high definition channels from the air. Easy to place in a window, hidden under a shelf or on a wall, it’s a good choice if you live in town with towers within a 30 mile radius of your location.
The Leaf 50 indoor HDTV antenna is a great choice for suburban and rural cordcutters. It’s an amplified antenna and the one I use at my rural location (in addition to the Leaf 50 in another room of the house…) to pick up all the major over air broadcast channels: ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, CW and FOX, in HD which are being broadcast up to 50 miles away.
The Curve 30 is a piece of functional art. It’s a multidirectional indoor antenna with a range of up to 30 miles just like the Leaf 30. If an antenna in the window or pinned to the wall isn’t your style, the Curve offers form and function that looks great on a TV stand or bookshelf.
The Curve 50 is an amplified indoor HDTV antenna that I use every day to acquire broadcast TV signals in HD up to 50 miles away. Like the Curve 30, it can sit on a shelf, be placed behind the TV or suspended from the ceiling; which is what I’ve done. It too can be flat or curved; when using the included stand.
The Sky 60 is a Mohu outdoor HDTV antenna that can be mounted in an attic or placed on a rooftop. It has a range of up to 60 miles and provides users with multidirectional reception of both UHF and VHF signals; as with the other Mohu antennas.
If you want to amplify a passive antenna: Leaf Metro, Leaf 30 or Curve 30, to decrease pixelation and bolster unstable channels, the Mohu Jolt is what you need. This is the same amplifier that’s on the Leaf 50 and Curve 50 antennas.
The Jolt 4-Way Digital TV Antenna Amplifier can take input from a Sky 60 and distribute the over air signal to up to 4 televisions. A great piece of equipment to have if you have a multi-TV household and want to cut the cord.
Andrea Polk hails from Oregon and is a wife, mother, writer, Amazon Top 50 Reviewer, and more. She’s also the author of the Simple Guide to Over-the-Air Free TV as well as the avid deal-seeker behind SavvySleuth.com, where she scours the web for the best online deals.
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