MOHU Leaf Plus HDTV Indoor Antenna Review

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Marshal Rosenthal is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and journalist specializing in technology, consumer electronics and pop culture.

7 Comments to MOHU Leaf Plus HDTV Indoor Antenna Review

  1. I wonder if this type of antenna is less susceptible to ghosting caused by surrounding hills. And I am also curious as to whether or not this type of antenna can be attached to the rear of the TV rather than on a wall. Anybody know?

  2. KilltheCableBill

    To find out what channels are available in your area, visit a site called AntennaWeb. To get the most accurate estimate, enter your street address, town and zip code. If you are in a rush or don’t want to give out your personal information, just enter your zip code. You will then need to answer the structural questions and click Submit. The site will then ask you to confirm your location on a map; if it looks correct just click Continue. You will then see a list of stations along with the distance of each station from you…Results can vary, but from my experience with a newer HD Antenna you should be able to pull in most of the stations listed within 30 miles of your home.

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  3. We just installed the Leaf Plus Antenna and Roku for movies, but we cannot get the screen where it tells you to Program to “Air” so we cannot get any local channels. What are doing wrong?

  4. Savvy Sleuth

    Thanks for the review.  Trying to decide whether to cut the cable company cord and go only with the Leaf, Roku, Netflix and HuluPlus.  In doing so I found TVFool’s TV Signal Locator Tool which showed me where (and how far away) the TV signal towers are in my area.  In weighing out Leaf or LeafPlus, this was helpful.  

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