Mohu was the first HDTV antenna and introduced the Leaf. Mohu wanted to take it to the next level with their new revolutionized product Mohu Curve. The Mohu Curve brings the same performance as the leaf, but is more elegantly designed. The sleek and stylish design of the Mohu Curve will look exquisite on any table or shelf. The Curve 50 allows you to find all over the air broadcast TV channels within a 50-mile radius of your home. The multi-directional antenna comes equipped with a 16ft cable and an antenna amplifier with CleanPeak Filtering technology. The amplifier filters out cellular and Fm signals, providing you with a clearer picture, receive more channels, reduce dropouts and increase performance for exceptional viewing. The amplifier’s parent pending USB powering option boasts 15 dB of gain across the entire television band, allowing the weakest signals to be received. Channel reception will vary based on what is broadcast in your area and your distance from towers and any geographical obstructions between you and the towers.
If you are tired of the monthly bills and contracts with cable companies, try the Mohu Curve. You can view your favorite local channels such as news, weather, sitcoms, kid shows, Tv series, and sports programming. Set up is very simple and takes no time to get it running. Plug in, set up and in no time you will be enjoying your shows in crystal clear full 1080p HDTV. This would make the perfect gift for the family this up coming holiday season.
- Designer edition multi-directional HDTV Antenna
- Free access to over-the-air (OTA) TV broadcast channels
- Crisp, clear pictures in full 1080p HDTV
- 15dB amplifier with CleanPeak technology
- Easy installation; perfect for tabletop or shelf display
- Requires a television with built-in or set-top digital tuner
- Includes 16’ coaxial cable and mounting stand
- 50-mile range
Before you buy, use Mohu’s web tool to see what channels are available in your area. Channel reception depends primarily on geographical location and terrain. ESPN and FOX News (among other cable channels) are not available via free HDTV broadcast.