Reddit reviews Mohu Leaf 50 Indoor HDTV Antenna (Renewed)
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This Certified Refurbished product is manufacturer refurbished, shows limited or no wear, and includes all original accessories plus a 90 day warrantyAmplified with Clean Peak filter technology: most sophisticated amplifier on the market that removes unwanted RF signals and boosts the ones you wantModeled after a discrete mud flap antenna designed for the U.S. militaryReversible, paintable, and easy to installMulti-directional; no pointing needed50 mile range
Or get an HD antenna for the games on local channels.
Yes. I have also cut the cord with the help of this subreddit. I pay for my internet bill, Netflix, Hulu Plus, and I have Amazon Prime as well.
I also bought one of these antennas and an HDHomeRun and after several hours of struggling with software, I have a really nice setup to watch and record broadcast television with a full TV guide similar to digital cable with DVR. I just have my computer plugged into my TV. It took some time and money to setup, but now I'm saving almost $100/month.
You and I are in the same boat when it comes to how far our homes are from the transmission towers.
The [Mohu Leaf 50] (http://amzn.to/1PwvSat) works great for me. I have two at my house, and both pull in all the stations (and then some) from about 25 miles away from the transmission towers. You do have to spend a few minutes moving the antenna around your wall for optimal reception, but once you get it set, you're good to go.
Another thing you could do: Call Comcast and see if you can switch to their Digital Ecomony with Blast! promotion. The cost is around $55 to $60 a month depending on where you live and when you call. You get all your locals, a handful of very basic cable channels and 105 mbps Internet. This is what I have, and it's great.
You have a Triple Play bundle, so I'm guessing you also have home phone, and that's probably important to you. We also have a home phone, but it's separate from Comcast — we bought a refurbished [StraightTalk home phone system] (http://www.walmart.com/ip/Straight-Talk-Huawei-Prepaid-Home-Phone-with-15-Nationwide-Plan-Refurbished/44753494) that plugs into our existing phones and uses the AT&T Wireless network instead of a traditional landline. Service cost is $15 a month, and it works great.
Assuming you get the Digital Economy with Blast at $55 and home phone through StraightTalk for $15, you're looking at around $70 a month, or $130 less than what you're paying now (not including fees for Netflix and Amazon).
Bought this but a 50 mile version.
Been running the channel search a few times. Turned everything off and on and unplugged and plugged stuff back in.
I'm just confused why it showed up when I first plugged it in and was coming in perfectly and now it's not coming in at all.
I bought this: http://www.amazon.com/Mohu-Indoor-Antenna-Certified-Refurbished/dp/B00DHKKI16
And I now have local Fox, CBS, PBS, NBC, ABC, UPN, and CW channels with almost perfect HD reception.
I have that, Netflix, and I'll be buying HBO now as soon as it is available on my LG TV's OS.
This maybe? $40 seems a lot nicer than $99...
Can anyone please help me understand my tvfool "rating"?
Does this mean I won't be able to pickup FOX and ABC? I'm 100ft in the air (10th floor?) with clear line of sight to NY state.
Should I buy a Mohu Leaf 50? I believe it's their latest product. It's rated for 50 miles and FOX is 76 miles away so I wonder if this will help at all.
EDIT: I might try this CANT1650 from Future Shop and return it instore if not satisfied instead.
I recently bought a Mohu Leaf indoor antenna with amplifier: http://www.amazon.com/Mohu-Indoor-Antenna-Certified-Refurbished/dp/B00DHKKI16/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1408627856&amp;sr=8-2&amp;keywords=mohu+leaf+50
I live 20 mi. from the center of Boston and I am able to pick up nearly every broadcast channel in the greater Boston metro area. I am glad I finally cut the cord, the last straw was when my girlfriend started to buy a show on itunes because the DVR was running into problems. I suggest you buy this or another antenna and try it out. You can always return it if it doesn't do the job.
I just received this today, and I'm on the 10th floor of a 26 floor building in center city, my windows face another building, and I just pulled in 50 channels.
The good - I get CBS, FOX, and NBC, so the majority of games are covered.
The bad - No 6ABC, but you'll probably have a better chance.
I'm of the opinion of if you're gonna do it, do it right. Especially with all the money I'm saving by cutting cable. So I got the amplified Mohu Leaf. It's normally like 60-70 bucks but I got a refurb off amazon for 39.99, the price of the standard Leaf. It works so so so good. I can't wait to watch football in HD this weekend.. for free.