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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great antenna, Mohu!

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    Pros mentioned:
    Channels, Picture, Set up
    Cons mentioned:
    Mounting

    DISCLAIMER: For my application, I already had a 4-way 10dB gain powered splitter in my attic which is connected to a simple 4'x4' double wire T-antenna with 2 gator clips on the connection end which was attached to a coax converter module. It was mounted in my attic. This is the same type "T-wire" antenna that came with older TVs a few years ago. I installed this Mohu Sail antenna on the same port of this splitter but also added the included power amplifier. The old antenna (which you'll see partially in my uploaded picture) was disconnected. Mohu's new "Sail" amplified antenna is a great addition to their already great antenna lineup. The package comes with the antenna, 30' of RG-59 coax cable, mounting hardware, pre-amp module (power injector), and user instructions. PROS: ----------- * Previously, using my T-wire antenna setup, I was able to pick up 33 channels here in Hoover, AL (south of Birmingham). I replaced that antenna with the Mohu antenna and added the additional 15dB gain to the system, and now I re-scanned and receive 41 channels. I was able to get 8 more channels than I had previously. The antenna is mounted in my attic and faces due north towards downtown Birmingham, AL. * The antenna is aesthetically appealing and made of lightweight material; light enough that if you really wanted to mount with some string or duct tape, or velcro strips, you definitely could. * Simple installation (mostly, more on that later) * Signal amplification is a must for most people, which this unit has. * Great picture on my TV as expected. CONS: ----------- * HARDWARE included in the box NEEDS TO BE CHANGED/UPDATED. 1. --- Because I was installing in my attic, I could only install on a horizontal 2x4. This worked fine however I could only use 2 mounting screws (see pic). This was more than enough to hold the antenna in place INDOORS, but a smaller mount could be included so all 4 could be used if needed. All 4 screws would be needed outside due to wind. 2. --- The mounting screws have phillips heads on them. Putting that thick of a screw into a 2x4 is a quite difficult using a phillips head screwdriver or drill bit. I had to drill a "through" pilot hole in the 2x4 so the top of the screw would not strip (as much). It still stripped some anyway even with the pilot hole. Please change the head to a hex head type bolt or one that uses an allen wrench. 3. --- Perhaps there could be a metal, fiberglass, or thick plastic insert to go into the hollow bottom of the mounting arm that's attached to the mounting bracket. When tightening the 2 hex bolts, if you're not careful, the tube may start to bend since it's hollow. This would be most beneficial if mounted outside where the connections need to be very tight and secure. * The 30' coax cable that was included was RG-59 low-grade coax. If you're going to have any kind of long cable run, make sure you use RG-6. It has heavier gage wire, thicker insulation, and better shielding. It is slightly more expensive. In addition, if you're able to use COMPRESSION fittings (see pic of my compression fitting attached to the pre-amp module) on the ends of your cable, use those. Avoid "crimped-on" fittings if possible. It will help provide a better overall signal regardless of source (cable/satellite/antenna). This is what we use for AT&T U-Verse/DTV coax installations. OTHER OBSERVATIONS: ----------- * The amplifier/power cable is white but the USB AC power adapter is black. Try and make it all one color (all black?). It looks funny being 2 colors even though it's likely to be hidden. * About the only way to install this antenna is to use the included hardware. Space could be a problem in a shorter attic... it would be an great addition to create a couple of holes (1 embedded in each top corner) or 2 attached loops on the top/back corners where it could be hung by velcro strips/rope/string via owner-supplied hooks or by looping string or thin rope around rafters. A simple plastic mold upgrade such as that would allow for a different installation type if needed, as the supplied mount may not work for everyone (in an attic at least). CONCLUSION: ===================== Great overall antenna. I like the look and the functionality. It did what it was supposed to do. I can't verify a 75-mile range but it did pick up 8 more channels than I had before due to adding that extra power injector module to my setup. The picture on my TVs were about the same as before... there was no improvement there because I was already getting a good signal previously. The biggest issue I had with the unit was the installation mounting hardware (phillips bolt heads the biggest issue) and lack of other installation options. Better hardware would give this antenna a 5-star rating. The functionality of the antenna reception itself is great though.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Mohu Sail Indoor Attic/Outdoor – Superior Outdoors

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    Pros mentioned:
    Channels, Price, Set up
    Cons mentioned:
    Ease of use

    I live in a rural area not served by cable. Satellite, - OTA (over-the-air), and Internet TV are the only other options. Satellite TV offers approximately 150 channels, of which, I am really only interested in watching and actually paying for about 12. However, they 'package' their so-called offerings to include numerous, worthless infomercial, jewelry, shopping, foreign language, and 'nobody watches' channels, coupled with ever annoying 'rain-fade' and dense cloud reception interference. I have to subscribe to their package line-ups or else, no cafeteria-plan selections. Internet TV is super-expensive, and severely limited to no more then 150 GB/mo, which is approximately an hour a day of viewing for me, before I max out of my data allowance. YUK! So, the most viable alternative for me is OTA digital TV reception. A few years ago there were only a half dozen local stations broadcasting OTA in my area. However, with the ever increasing number of cord-cutters across the nation, advertisers have taken note, and local broadcast, digital TV stations have had a remarkable resurgence, and by all forecasts will continue to do so. There are now approximately 30 plus TV stations available in my area. WooHoo! After looking into the offerings of these TV stations I would be content with about 18 to 20 of them if I could receive them. I presently, get 10 TV stations with an inexpensive. amplified indoor TV antenna mounted near my TV facing North West. So, I was anxious to try out this complimentary Mohu Sail Amplified, Multi-Directional HDTV Indoor / Outdoor TV Antenna. At first I temporarily mounted this Mohu Sail in my attic. I was immediately disappointed, because I only picked up one additional TV station, but I did receive far better reception (1080i) then my present indoor TV antenna provided. I then realized I needed much more information about TV antennas in general, and specifically their optimal location. I went to the Mohu Support Center website and poured over the FAQs. I discovered that roof mounted antennas are at least, generally 50% more efficient, then indoor placement. I read that moving a roof mounted antenna just a few feet can make a world of difference in the number of channels received and quality of reception. So, I mounted my Mohu Sail on a 10' x 1 1/4” diameter, metal pole, and connected 100' of RG6 cable to my TV and 'roaming' antenna. I climbed up on my roof and experimented by moving my Mohu Sail antenna to various locations and areas on my roof, and, at different heights. I discovered that at approximately 25 feet off the ground, facing due West, at my chimney, I received 26 TV stations out of the 30 available. An additional 16 TV stations for under 3 hours of work is more then I received before installing the Mohu Sail antenna outside. YooHoo! However, folks this is not a quick and easy process, but has a heck of a 'payback'. My wife and I spent a total of 2 and ½ hours optimizing our antenna location and its direction. I had my wife in front of our TV running the scans each time I moved the antenna around. She let me know the results by communicating to me through our cell phones. We also video confer- fenced on some of the scans. How cool is that? Be aware that each time you move your antenna you must run an “Antenna-Scan' on your TV to realize how many stations you can actually receive at that particular location. Also, the direction of the antenna face is an extremely important component, but pretty easy to configure before you start locating your Mohu Sail antenna on the roof. Mohu suggests a website, tvfool.com, which will not only provide you with the number of TV stations you can expect to receive, but their directional bearings, or azimuth (360 degrees of compass direction). This sounds difficult, but every Smart Phone has a compass, which will indicate your directional degrees from North. Take my word for it, once you find the general direction of the majority of the TV stations you would like to receive from tvfool, just point the Mohu Sail antenna in that general direction – your Smart Phone compass will help you. For example, the 26 TV stations I now receive are from approximately from,180 degrees South to 333 degrees North. So, I faced the front of my Mohu Sail antenna at approximately 270 degrees, due West, which is in the middle of the area for optimal TV signal reception. I think that the Mohu Engineers purposefully designed the curve in the Mohu Sail to to pick-up the signals, from either side of optimal center, which gives this antenna so much more efficient, TV reception. The other four stations out of the 30 that I could not receive while pointing the Mohu Sail in the general direction of the other 26 are 'catewampus' to the 270 degree setting, at 45 degrees, due North East. Even though those signals are 40 plus miles away, I could actually receive them by pointing the Mohu Sail at 45 degrees, due North East. However, at 45 degrees, due North East, it is pretty much at the expense of the other 26 channels. Be aware that there are limits to what is labeled 'omnidirectional'. Terrain, trees, buildings, barriers, even your own home's building construction affects your TV reception. It is worth the time it takes to narrow down your optimal Mohu Sail antenna location – you won't be disappointed. I definitely recommend this Mohu Sail antenna for outdoor use. But, to be fair, it is probably a great attic antenna in suburban areas, which have many strong signal, local TV broadcasters, short distances to the towers, and optimal, omnidirectional reception. I love this antenna for its outstanding TV reception without having to pay cable or satellite subscriptions costs. I now receive 26 channels, 16 more then I ever had been able too. WooHoo!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Small antenna, great reception!

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    Pros mentioned:
    Channels, Picture, Price

    We are surrounded by water, trees and other obstacles, and 44 miles away from the closest antenna. We recently cut the cord with a satellite tv supplier that continuously raised their prices. I was not expecting much when I tested the antenna inside my attic initially, but was quite surprised by the clear reception for all 3 of our tv's. Once I determined that this small antenna would satisfy our needs I proceeded to the roof for a permanent mount. Prior to testing the antenna I went to https://www.fcc.gov/media/engineering/dtvmaps to determine the location of the nearest towers. I then utilized the compass on my iPhone to determine the direction of 105° from the location of the antenna's front face. If you use your phone's compass make sure that the compass "True North" setting is turned off. Tools: I took a pair of pliers, 5 in 1 screwdriver, 1/2” wrench and 1/2” socket wrench to the roof. 1. First remove the arm that extends in front of the satellite dish using the 1/2” wrench. 2. Next, unscrew the coax cable inside the arm. When unscrewing the cable in the arm, save the small rubber piece that is on the end of the cable to reuse. 3. Then, loosen the 1/2” satellite dish mounting bolts where it attaches to the mount pole. 4. After the bolts are loosened, lift the entire satellite dish off of the mount pole that is attached to the roof. 5. I would recommend attaching the mounting plate to the rear of the Mohu antenna prior to getting on the roof, but it was easier for me to carry everything to the roof in the box not put together because I was by myself. If you haven’t attached the mounting bracket to the back of the antenna do that now with a Phillips head screwdriver. 6. Attach the other half of the mounting bracket to the back of the antenna with the butterfly nuts turned once. 7. Slide the mounting bracket over the mounting pole that the satellite dish was mounted to. 8. Make sure the antenna face is pointed in the direction of the antennas that you would like to receive from. Although this antenna is listed as multi-directional, I did not find that to be the case. 9. Secure the butterfly nuts tightly to ensure that the antenna will not move. There are options for a rotating antenna, but we did not find it necessary. I used the same coaxial cable that was used for our satellite dish, along with the same splitters. I did remove one splitter because we eliminated a tv. I also used the Mohu supplied amplifier provided with this antenna. Make sure you follow the directions and install the amplifier before the splitter if you use a splitter. In less than 30 minutes I had the Mohu antenna mounted in place of the satellite dish, and all 3 tv's scanned and programmed. For the price and ease of installation, this antenna is a great buy. Our local tv stations are much clearer with this antenna than they ever were with the satelittle tv!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    good value great reception

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    Pros mentioned:
    Picture, Set up, Signal
    Cons mentioned:
    Mounting, Weather

    Bought this antenna and mounted it outside on the roof. Setup was pretty straightforward and it was up and running in no time at all. Had the leaf version and thought it worked well for a indoor antenna. After scanning received all locals with 100% signal. Total channels reception is 61 at this point, Some from Batavia, buffalo and Syracuse all come in with solid good clear picture. Only cons were the mount is flimsy and does not support the massive antenna in the wind well. Highly recommend a 6' mast with heavy duty wall mount to secure it along with grounding wire. I spent an additional 30+ dollars for the hard ware at home depot and could not be happier..

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Decent Outdoor Antenna

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    The Mohu Sail is a nice outdoor antenna for cable cutters or those looking to receive local broadcast TV. I bought one of Mohu’s indoor antennas but I had trouble with the TV stations dropping out constantly. Fortunately the Sail performs better, but not sure how much is result of the new antenna or rather placement. Design wise, aesthetically the antenna is nice though the 'sail design' may not be great in windy conditions. Mohu provides mounting hardware, 30’ coax cable, and an amplifier. It is advertised as multi-directional however I found that I had to aim it in the direction of the local stations I wanted to receive. I had hopes of mounting this in the attic but had issues with pixelation on one of the VHF channels my local station broadcasts. With the antenna outside and pointed in the correct direction, I was able to pickup 18 channels of the 35 Mohu estimated would be available in my area. I am still having some pixelation issues but it is far less frequent since installing the Sail outdoors. If you have tried indoor antennas but are having signal issues and channel dropouts the Mohu Sail is a decent upgrade.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Ok but not great

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    Pros mentioned:
    Channels, Picture, Signal
    Cons mentioned:
    Mounting

    Mohu - Sail Outdoor Multi-Directional Antenna – Black. The package I received was somewhat damaged outside. Nothing out of the ordinary for a shelf box being shipped, but it was not packaged in a more protective box. Once I opened it up I noticed it was not very well wrapped or packed, almost like it was a return. When I assembled the antenna mount I noticed the hardware package was not sealed. Upon closer inspection I found 1 nut was missing. I was able to locate the correct M6 size washer, lock washer, and nut, to assemble the bracket. Worth noting at this point is a previous reviewer saying the antenna mount is too large to mount on a 2X4. The instructions clearly show the mount being screwed to something. They fail to tell you that a normal roof rafter will not be adequate for the size of the bracket. I was able to install a 2X6 board and install the bracket on that. Pictures are attached for the missing nut and the 2X6 board installation. I installed the electrical portion of the antenna and pointed the antenna in the direction of the most transmission towers. Let me just state, I live in a town that has practically no over the air TV reception. The NBC station in our cable system (I got rid of cable and replaced it with internet television) comes from a city 120 miles away. That was the closest one at the time. Once installed I checked all of the stations. A few were slightly better, a few were missing. I did the rescan on the TV and now there were a few stations I had removed previously, stations I would not ever watch, but the missing ones were still missing. I had my wife set at the TV with it on signal meter and slowly turned the antenna to get peak reception. The missing stations did come back but were very pixilated. I did a comparison of my old antenna to the new one. My TV has a signal meter and a signal to noise meter (SNR). To get a watchable picture you need to have at least 38 on the signal meter and 45 on the SNR. If either number falls below those numbers the TV will state No or Weak Signal. On the best station it went from 55 signal to 83 signal, and 65 SNR to 68 SNR. As you can see the SNR did not really go up much. It just boosted the carrier signal. Still makes it a better picture with less pixilation on the edges. On the worst station, not really watchable with either antenna, the signal went from 35 to 56. However the SNR went from 10 to 0. So the new antenna is filtering out so much noise it completely killed the station. I want to make clear that the worst station was, and is now, only watchable in the early morning or late evening, in clear weather. The fact that the antenna states that it is “Multi-Directional”, and shows a 360 degree symbol, should mean you don’t need to aim it, this is not correct. It is directional, you do need to aim it for the best reception. Multi-Directional is not the same as Omni-Directional. I am attaching a picture of my old antenna. I made it myself when TV went digital. It has served me very well and I will hold onto it. No telling when the amplifier will give out on the new antenna. The improvement I see is extremely minor. It took time, energy, wood, additional hardware that was missing, and now electricity to make this new antenna work. Does it work? Yes. Was it worth all the work to get it installed? No. This should be a last ditch effort on your part if you have no other options.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Tough Install/ Crisp OTA Channels

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    Pros mentioned:
    Channels, Picture, Set up

    Woo! Be ready for a bit of a sweat to get this guy installed. It is such a light package it could be deceiving and there aren’t many steps to setting it up but make sure you have a heavy duty drill for the bar that goes into your wall/ceiling. So compiling all the parts was easy but getting the bracket onto the 2x4 of my attic was a lot of work and try to do it when it isn’t hot up there. Last downfall for me was figuring out how to run the coaxial cable through my walls for a nice aesthetic. Great news, I have had a MoHu antenna so I knew the work was worth it and I’m glad I did it. The channels on my 4K tv are amazingly crisp and as a cord cutter it works best for me because I get all my local channels and download apps for other content like movies! I’m super surprised with the channels I was able to pull in! I like the product overall I just wish there was a way to cut out the coax or a adapter to beam data from the antenna.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Good design, ok execution

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    Pros mentioned:
    Channels, Set up, Signal

    I've had a decent antenna for around two years. I decided to upgrade with the Mohu Sail. It's a nice looking device that is easy to set up. What isn't easy is hooking up an outdoor antenna to a power source that seems to me to be intended for indoor use. The cable is short and I didn't feel confident its exterior durability. That said, I 've picked up a few more channels and have generally better reception. I was hoping for a more dramatic improvement, given the antenna is 4 times the size of my former. It's good, not exceptional.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Antenna

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    Owned for 2 months when reviewed.

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    Pros mentioned:
    Channels, Picture

    So far so good with this antenna in eastern Tennessee. About 40 miles east of Knoxville and after scanning for channels I picked up approximately 20 channels including 3 of the 4 major networks, only CBS missing and all the channels are crystal clear. The only con that I can see is that the amplifier must be plugged in to receive these channels so l might have to look into getting a backup amplifier in case this one fails.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Went from 14 bad channels to 51 good channels

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    Great antenna! I recently added an Amazon FireTV Replay DVR box to view and record over-the-air TV channels. When I first hooked it up, I had a simple square window-style antenna. The box scanned 14 channels, missing some of the main ones in the area. Many of the channels had low reception. I realized that a better antenna was needed, so I purchased the Mohu Sail and installed it in the attic. It came with coax cable, but I already had coax running to the attic for a no-longer needed VHF antenna, so I used that for an easier install. Mounting brackets in the package made installation easy. I would recommend drilling pilot holes for the large mounting screws. After connecting my DVR to the new antenna and rescannig channels, I got 51 channels! Most come in with good quality signals, so I'm very happy with this antenna! This also allowed me to drop my cable service from Xfinity and go Internet only. That gave me faster speed Internet for less monthly cost, so I'm very happy with this antenna!

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Gets the channels without having to move it.

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    Pros mentioned:
    Channels, Price

    This antenna was well worth the money. I get all of the local channels I was expecting in a clear digital picture. I have tried a couple of cheaper antennas and would have to move them to get different channels but the mohu gets all of them without having to fiddle with direction.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great for local stations; not for distant station.

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    Tried mounting antenna in various locations inside house and in attic. When all attempts to get major stations and ‘public television’ failed, I called company and they offered suggested several ideas, including the compass direction to aim antenna, based on our zip code. Although their suggestions improved reception, we still could not get public television. We are 60 miles from source and purchased the 75 mile range antenna. Still didn’t work. Evidently signal was too weak. Best Buy gladly refunded purchase price. Call company for assistance- very helpful.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Free HD TV - Perfect for cutting the cable cord!

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    Set up

    Works great and very easy to install. I tested it out in the room in my basement and it picked up 9 channels just setting it on a table in the room. Once I mounted it outside though, we got 21 channels! This is designed for outside or for in attic use/mounting as it is bigger than the flat indoor ones. The antenna is very lightweight and the metal mounting hardware is very sturdy. Took only about 20-30 minutes to figure out where I wanted it and then to mount. This is our 2nd Mohu (we also have a Mohu 50 indoor antenna and were so pleased with it we got this 2nd one.) When you cut the cable cord these pay for themselves in 1-2 months!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Nice outdoor HD antenna

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Easy to assemble and mount on the exterior of a building. I have it mounted on to the facia/soffit of my home. Use a website to find the optimal direction to get the best signal. I have it plugged in to an Amazon Recast to act as my DVR.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    mohu

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Seems to pick up more channels than the other brand I had bought.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Works great in my attic !

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    Installing this antenna in the attic was a tight fit ,but the best protected spot . And for others contemplating installing antennas with amplified components , be aware that connections and plugging into a power source must be done in an indoor protected area to avoid the electrical features from shorting out !

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Good antenna ,reasonable price.

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Antenna was easy to install and adjust. Recieves all my channels with very strong signal strength.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    MY MOHU SAIL OUTDOOR ANTENNA

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    Owned for 9 months when reviewed.

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    LOVE MY OUTDOOR ANTENNA PICKS UP THE FREE CHANNELS I HAD FORGOTTEN YOU COULD GET NOT THAT LIKE CABLE THAT COST SO MUCH AND NOT ANYTHING WORTH WATCHING. EASE OF INSTALL & SETUP WAS VERY A PLUS ALSO.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Very handy outdoor antenna

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    Owned for 6 months when reviewed.

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    I used this while I was in between getting cable. I was pleasantly surprised with the output. For the price I probably should not be it worked very well and delivered all the channels in the area seamlessly. would recommend this. thought a bit pricey. It is worth it in my opinion.

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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    works mostly

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    I guess I was expecting more. pick up the outdoor antenna to pull greater power or rather distance. A little disappointed there two stations that I should be getting that I am not, however, I am happy that I am getting stations I did not expect to receive I can set it up in my basement which is the only place that I can . Over all it works does what it is supposed to

    I would recommend this to a friend