Most technophiles (especially those following a Mohu blog) know about the Leaf series of HDTV antennas. Need a refresher?
So you know the starting lineup, but how the heck do they actually perform? Of course we’re the resident cheerleaders — but what about the general public? Let’s see:
This review highlights another great thing about our antennas, which is that they’re built to work in Canada and available to ship to Canada from our online store as well as some Canadian online retailers like Amazon.ca.
“They’re sleek and easy to conceal, and work great!” – Serena Appiah
Want to get a bit more in-depth about the tech? Here’s another review, this time diving a bit deeper into the pool.
Here’s a nice video of the Leaf’s unboxing and even a small setup guide (which, to be fair, is all that’s needed anyway)!
Another review, this time from Maryland — great reception with 36 channels received for free!
Okay, so you’re in the deep end. Time to face the final boss and really understand the science behind the Leaf:
…well, we don’t want to state the obvious, but it appears there’s a common trend here with Mohu Leaf video reviews. Perhaps we should also reference Amazon, where the Leaf family has accumulated more than 9,000 reviews (the average rating is 4 out of 5 stars).
Plainly put, the Mohu Leaf HDTV antenna family started it all, and we feel it continues to be the reigning, defending champion of value and quality in the antenna space. On top of the quality product, we feel we have the best support team to help get the most from your investment. Do you agree? Tell us your thoughts on Facebook.
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