Pick up digital, HDTV, UHF and VHF channels on your HDTV with this Mohu AIR 60 MH-110788 outdoor antenna, which features a removable Clean Peak amplifier to help clean up and boost signals. The multi-directional design provides an expansive 60-mile range.
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Works as stated with a catch
Posted by: Nickname from: on
Preliminary test was placing the Mohu antenna just outside the house. Grabbed an old Visio TV for test one. Was able to pull only 14 channels out of the 50 I should get according to Mohu website. Needless to say I was a little disappointed with the results. Using the same TV I mounted the Mohu about 40 feet of the ground. This time I was able to get about 16 channels. Main channels such as 4, 6, and 12 were pixelated. Keep in mind I only live about 30 miles from two towers. By this point I was ready to box this up and return to the store. I decided to grab a different TV for the same 40 foot mount test. Low and behold was able to get 55 channels to come in. 4, 6, 12 did not pixelate anymore either. Going to mount the Mohu in its permanent spot this weekend and see what happens with the rest of the TV’s in the house. In conclusion I think most of the people that claim not to get channels with this device have bad tuners in the TVs being used. Will update once it is mounted and cables are run.
71 out of 83 found this review helpful.
Posted by: mikey from: on
I - like so many others - decided to cut the cord and this looked like a great option. Installed it on the house facing East, about 20' above the ground, and used the existing "cable company" wires to run it into the house. I hooked it to a splitter and was able to get about 30 channels on every TV. However, within a week, the supplied amplifier went out (seems common according to other customers) and replaced with one that the "cable company" left behind. Everything works like it is supposed to and the picture is incredible. I never knew you could get a clear picture without cable - I was pleasantly surprised. Returned all of the cable boxes and my bill went from $200 down to $50 (I kept internet). Paired this up with a Channelmaster DVR+ on our primary TV and have DVR functions without a subscription!
23 out of 23 found this review helpful.
Posted by: LSLsc from: on
Best buy didn't use to carry Mohu products and I was unaware that my store had this product due my (wrong) assumptions and the fact that Mohu products are not on the same aisle at BB as all the other antenna options!!
We had been trying to get the Clearstream 4V up and running and it was a royal pain with abysmal customer service. Went to BB first thing on a Saturday, found the Mohu Sky (or 60, seems to have a few different names), just kind of placed it in the proper direction after minimal assembly and Voila! more channels with random placement than the Clearstream 4V with 3 nights of effort. In addition the Mohu comes with an amp and 30 ft of coax. The Clearstream came with neither.
I'd like to point out the the FCC, tvfool and antennaweb all said we would get no reception in our area. We can get 31ish channels, some are duplicates but we get the majors, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and PBS clearly. In our former home all of the authoritative sites named above said we could get 29 channels and we could get about 4. So don't believe it and at least give over the air a shot!
FYI we used attic placement.
24 out of 26 found this review helpful.
Works for me
Posted by: Lita from: on
I tried this after trying the Mohu indoor 50 mile range antenna, and reception was poor. Realizing I was going to require something more powerful to get reception through thick concrete firewalls in this condo, I went to this mohu air 60 outdoor antenna to place out on my patio. The great return policy allowed to try and return if anything didn't work for me. This is as far as I had to go. It is on the top shelf of my plant stand, just outside the sliding glass doors. It is multi directional, so no spinning it around to find best direction. We are receiving 32 channels, great picture, and now cable free, and already subscribed to Amazon Prime and Netflix. Savings of $100 per month on cable, $1200 per year. I know these antennas are great for some and not for others due to different situations, but I am ecstatic this works for me and wanted to share something good. Nothing to lose when trying it out with Best Buy.
23 out of 26 found this review helpful.
Better than expected and I expected a lot!
Posted by: CyciumX from: on
I had bought a Wineguard ultra-flat HD antenna for indoors, but it got 11 11-16 channels at most and they would flick off and on every few minutes (digital artifacts/freeze).
I canned it (Returned to Costco) and then went searching for another replacement for outdoors. I had actually intended to buy the ClearStream 2V, but when I got to BestBuy this was the first thing I saw. I had seen reviews for it, but at 50% more than what I originally wanted to spend, I wasn't looking for it.
Call it lazy, call it.... aesthetics, but once I saw how small it was and how simplistic installation would be... I pulled the trigger and bought it (In fact its just been two hours since I left BestBuy).
BEST ANTENNA I'VE EVER OWNED.
The two websites I went to, to predict how many channels I was capable of receiving for my zip code had me at 91 channels, but I most likely would have to select less than half of them based on direction of the broadcast towers around me (SF Bay Area). This thing is pulling in 107 channels (obviously some are duplicates vs SD and HD)! AMAZING. For a solid hour it hasn't lost any type of signal. Not any, small or tiny. Perfect.
Just accept the price of admission and get on this ride.... its worth it!
P.S. It "might" be because I used to install Satellite Dish service for a living, but I just eyeballed the J-pipe mount (didn't use my level) and stuck the flat side facing what I figured was a tiny bit west of north (the direction The main towers I wanted were in). True to its advertising on the box, it picked up everything in 360 degrees around me.
14 out of 17 found this review helpful.
compact outdoors antenna with big range
Posted by: PriyasDad from: on
Mohu Air antenna was worth the risk for this cord cutter! We're mountains away from tv towers and sites said we would get 3-4 channels. We get ABC,CBS,Fox, My8,NBC,CW, and 3 different WSKGs! In beautiful digital quality too. Heavy rains will affect picture(haven't used it during winter yet). The antenna itself is very small and installation was quick. The amplifier is one of the best made! We're 12-15 miles away from the antennas. Many of you will probably get many more stations- but we're Happy! Saving 100.00 a month on cable! Good alternatives out there too-SlingTV, PlayStation Vue, HULU...
9 out of 10 found this review helpful.
As Good As I Can Get
Posted by: deano from: on
I bought this after trying a cheap one, then a mid-range one. Finally ended on this one. It does slightly better than the others even though I have it as high up in my attic as possible. Some channels come and go but when it's on, the picture is fantastic. I'm in a valley so I may be getting all I can. My only other option is to put it out higher on the roof. It all comes down to straight line signal strength.
8 out of 10 found this review helpful.
Worst antenna I have ever owned
Posted by: Logmanswiife from: Caddo Mills, TX on
Went in to your store and was going to buy a Clearstream antenna but one of your salesman suggested I buy Mohu that it was the best. Well now I can't even get channels that are within the 60 mile radius and its mounted on a pole outside about 16 feet in the air.
12 out of 18 found this review helpful.
Saving $70 a month, semi-cut the cord
Posted by: meu10 from: on
Switched to Frontier FIOS(formerly Verizon FIOS) for Internet only, 50/50 at $45/m. Bought 3 Amazon Fire Sticks $40 each (one time cost), and subscribed to Sony's PlayStation VUE for $45/m, no taxes or fees, up to 5 TVs, free DVR. I have magicjack for home phone $99 for five years. Bought a Mohu OTA Air 60 Antenna in attic for locals although VUE just added FOX (Tampa, FL) and the rest are coming soon. And I subscribe to Amazon Prime, hundred dollars a year. Took my cost from $170 per month with Brighthouse ( no premium channels, 20/3, no phone) rip off, to $100 per month without sacrificing anything. I bolted the Mohu OTA Air 60 Antenna in attic, ran it to my coaxial distribution box and that sends it to every tv in house. Plugged the booster that comes with this anntenna in an outlet right by distribution box that the burglar alarm uses. All over the air channels look perfect on five TV'S. Just switch the input on your TV to TV and do a channel program search and find all the available channels in your area.
11 out of 16 found this review helpful.
Did not work for me
Posted by: PolishPrince from: on
Purchased this antenna today, going back tomorrow. All towers are within 50 miles of my home and could only receive ABC. Made several point adjustment, which should not matter on a multi directional antenna. Antenna was mounted outside on the eave of the house. Also raised on 15 feet pvc pipe over the roof and no better reception.