Mohu Leaf Plus Amplified Indoor TV Antenna, 60-Mile Range, UHF/VHF Multi-Directional, Original Paper-Thin Design, 16 ft. Coaxial Cable, 15dB Preamplified, Reversible, Paintable, 4K-Ready, MH-110029
(as of Jun 30,2021 16:25:52 UTC – Details)
The Leaf Plus follows the inspired build of the Leaf Thirty, which is based on the same technology designed and developed for the U.S. Military. Amplified with FirstStage technology, the antenna reaches a 60-mile radius, making it one of the most powerful amplified indoor antennas available. Amplification is located right next to the antenna that sets the noise floor of the digital system and mitigates the signal loss created by the coaxial cable. Leaf Plus lets you enjoy over-the-air networks in your area without paying a monthly fee. Watch TV shows for free from networks like ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS, The CW, Univision and more. And because over-the-air broadcasts are uncompressed, you will experience the clearest picture quality possible with your HDTV antenna. Mohu Leaf Plus includes a high performance 16 ft. detachable coaxial cable, giving users the flexibility to place the antenna much higher on a wall or close to a window for optimal reception.
Watch free HDTV for life. Receive TV signals 60-miles from the broadcast towers in full 1080 HD without a cable or satellite subscription including ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, Fox, Univision, and many more.
UHF/Hi-VHF multi-directional elements are reversible and designed to blend with your home decor. Hang on your wall or in a window for the best performance. Obstructions unrelated to products performance can affect reception. Every location is unique in terms of local terrain, foliage, and where the antenna is installed may affect your TV signals.
The included 16 ft. detachable coaxial cable, hooks & loop tabs and push pins allows for easy installation and is perfect for city and suburban homes, dorm rooms, workshops, RVs take this efficient antenna just about anywhere you go.
Amplified with FirstStage technology, the amplifier is located right next to the antenna where the signal is at its best, setting the noise floor of the digital system and mitigating the loss created by the coaxial cable. Less pixilation improved reception.