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February 14, 2017
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Mohu Leaf 30 Indoor HDTV Antenna
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1byone Super Thin Digital Indoor HDTV Antenna (30 Mile)

Installation is super simple with the 1byone indoor antenna. Just connect the coaxial cable to your TV. This indoor/outdoor antenna from 1byone is a great way to cut loose from your monthly cable bill or to get over the air signals for rooms that aren’t wired for cable. In the package is the flat panel antenna, mounting accessories, the power adapter, the power booster and a waterproof connection cover for outdoor installation. You will need a coax cable of the necessary length to hook up to your television. You can mount the antenna on a wall or on a pole. It’s light weight, so it’s easy to mount or put up anywhere.

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The 1byone Super Thin Digital Indoor HDTV Antenna is available at these retailers:

Mohu Sky 60 Amplified Attic/Outdoor Antenna (60 Mile)

The Mohu Sky 60 HDTV Antenna is nice and solid. This antenna is extremely light. This size antenna will fit comfortably between typical roof joist spacing in an attic or a crawl space. The mounting components are high quality and can be adjusted for any mounting configuration. This multi-directional antenna provides excellent quality HD television from signals approximately 60 miles away. The build quality and construction is top notch. This antenna is completely weather proof.Antenna channel list Lightweight and will not topple in high winds. All the needed hardware is included in the package and the instructions are well written.

Key points

  • You can use this antenna inside or outside.
  • Comes with a 30-foot cord
  • Comes with hardware and mount to bolt it down
  • Brings in many channels and makes existing channels more solid
  • Comes with a USB powered preamplifier
  • Small footprint
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