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Mohu Paper Thin Leaf Indoor HDTV Antenna EXPIRED

gabe23111 25,177 February 12, 2013 at 01:53 PM in Tech & Electronics (3) More Adorama Deals
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Promoted 02-12-2013 at 03:32 PM View Original Post
Adorama has Mohu Paper Thin Leaf Indoor HDTV Antenna for $25 with free shipping. Thanks gabe23111

Price Research: Our research indicates that Mohu Paper Thin Leaf Indoor HDTV Antenna is $15 lower (38% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $40. - yuugotserved

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Edited February 12, 2013 at 03:22 PM by widgit
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The Mohu Leaf Indoor Television Antenna is a paper thin antenna that connects to your TV and mounts on the wall, behind a picture, or just about anywhere to enable you to receive free over-the-air broadcasts. The Leaf is unlike any other television antenna on the market and provides unparalleled performance, installation options and value. Because the majority of television antennas on the market today are unsightly and tend to be an "eye-sore", design aesthetics were a primary driver in the design of the Leaf antenna. The antenna is black on one side and white on the other providing a variety of installation options.

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Still showing up for me.
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#48
Best antenna I have ever used.

I got the best results when I hung it high up on the wall.
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Still showing up for me.
can't check out!
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#50
Performs about as well as the $25 GE amplified antenna I got at walmart. Aesthetically, ugly - it was touted on their web site that it was well designed / made and good to look at, but it seriously looks like a piece of poorly laminated construction paper. Go to walmart unless you don't have a spare outlet.

On both of my antennas, I get a huge reduction of signal with my 360 on - anyone else have this?
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I just checked out with paypal without problem at $25
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#52
I just bought this from Amazon for $39. (I bought a new set and got rid of DirecTV, so didn't have time to wait for a better price.)

I stuck it on my wall, plugged it into my TV, and immediately had 70 free channels -- including all the local stations in excellent-looking HD.

I live close to an urban area, so I might have done just as well with a cheaper antenna. But I have no complaints about this one.
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Good antenna for UHF. Not so good if you have channels in high-VHF. In my area, "real" networks like NBC and FOX are in high-VHF, and this antenna can't pick them up.
That's a good point. It's double bowtie design isn't optimal for VHF at all. Depending on your market, buying this antenna may be paying for only some of your channels. Which is far from being a SD, when UHF/VHF antennas can be had instead for the same money. Their website claims that most channels are on UHF. That's their excuse. But in the end, you get screwed out of some channels. Could be PBS, ABC, CBS, etc. It all depends on your market. Here's a link from TVFool.com to find your local signals:
http://www.tvfool.com/index.php?o...&Itemid=29

If you see channels listed on the VHF side of the box at the bottom left, don't expect to receive those.

That said, any good investment in a TV antenna is a good plan for cutting the cord.
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#54
Is there anyone using this in greater Seattle area?

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somehow i cant check out with chrome or torch, IE works... thump up op!
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#56
I was getting 1-2 channels with rabbit ears. I get 4 channels with this. This could be due to being able to position it more precisely on a wall, but regardless the improvement was worth it for me.

I found at least in my location - the exact placement matters a ton. If I move it one foot in another direction I might gain or lose a channel or two, I'm guessing due to either wiring in the wall or the placement of the studs. Move it to the other side of the house or on a window and I might lose all the channels but get 2-3 new ones. In some rooms I can't get any channels at all, but in all cases this did better than the RCA rabbit ears I had before.
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That's a good point. It's double bowtie design isn't optimal for VHF at all. Depending on your market, buying this antenna may be paying for only some of your channels. Which is far from being a SD, when UHF/VHF antennas can be had instead for the same money. Their website claims that most channels are on UHF. That's their excuse. But in the end, you get screwed out of some channels. Could be PBS, ABC, CBS, etc. It all depends on your market. Here's a link from TVFool.com to find your local signals:
http://www.tvfool.com/index.php?o...&Itemid=29

If you see channels listed on the VHF side of the box at the bottom left, don't expect to receive those.

That said, any good investment in a TV antenna is a good plan for cutting the cord.

What's a good high vhf antenna? Tia
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#58
Connecting this antenna with TV or AV receiver will be better?
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Quote from elmo7 View Post :
That's a good point. It's double bowtie design isn't optimal for VHF at all. Depending on your market, buying this antenna may be paying for only some of your channels. Which is far from being a SD, when UHF/VHF antennas can be had instead for the same money. Their website claims that most channels are on UHF. That's their excuse. But in the end, you get screwed out of some channels. Could be PBS, ABC, CBS, etc. It all depends on your market. Here's a link from TVFool.com to find your local signals:
http://www.tvfool.com/index.php?o...&Itemid=29

If you see channels listed on the VHF side of the box at the bottom left, don't expect to receive those.

That said, any good investment in a TV antenna is a good plan for cutting the cord.
I live 23 miles from the towers according to tvfool.com and antennaweb.org and I am able to pick up VHF and UHF channels. I've tried many other indoor antennas, amplified and not and this one seems to be the best. Of course everyone's results will be different.

http://www.gomohu.com/faq/

I heard that the Leaf® doesn’t receive VHF or Hi-V band stations. Is this true?

This is false. The Leaf® does receive VHF or Hi-V stations. The Leaf® is optimized for UHF stations, which comprises about 95% of the TV stations today. The Leaf® will still receive VHF stations but it will not be able to receive them from as far away as the UHF band stations.
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Picked up one to compare with the HomeWorx Digital TV Flat Antenna [meritline.com]I got from meritline.com for $7.
I'm interested in the results. I've been so happy with my little blue $7 antenna from Meritline I just bought a second.
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