Welcome to the Mohu Leaf Metro! The Leaf Metro is the smallest size possible for delivering high quality TV reception. Borrowing from the same advanced U.S. Military technology built into the Leaf family of antennas, the Leaf Metro reaches out in a 25-mile radius to capture the most popular TV shows, news and sports, on both network and local television in full 1080 HD, enabling consumers to watch their favorite broadcast TV without a cable subscription.
“We believe in designing high-quality products tailored to the needs of those who are using them. The Leaf Metro is an ideal option for our urban customers, many of whom are young, on a budget, and have limited space,” said Mark Buff, president and co-founder of Mohu. “We’re bringing them a product that’s even smaller, snazzier and more affordable than our top-rated and especially popular Leaf 30 and Leaf 50 HDTV antennas, while delivering the excellent performance that is Mohu’s standard.”
With a growing number of consumers canceling expensive cable and satellite TV subscriptions, the indoor HDTV antenna is becoming a fixture in the modern home, apartment or dormitory. Traditional unsightly metal grid contraptions often associated with free over-the-air TV are being replaced with models worthy of a showroom. Bulky and industrial is out; compact and stylish is in.
Consumers interested in further enhancing their cord-cutting experience may combine a Leaf Metro or other Mohu antenna with their preferred streaming services and web video with the soon-to-be-released Mohu Channels, the device that combines over-the-air, streaming and web into a simple, customizable channel guide and a cool full-keyboard remote!
The Leaf Metro is Mohu’s smallest antenna, but it delivers a mighty punch. Click here to purchase one!
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