Free TV in Clearer HD than Cable or Satellite
Because over-the-air broadcasts are uncompressed, your Mohu Leaf 50 amplified indoor TV antenna is capable of delivering the clearest high-definition picture possible - noticeably better than cable and satellite providers. You can watch over-the-air networks in your area without paying a monthly fee, including 94 of the 100 most-watched TV shows for free with Mohu Leaf 50. Depending on your specific location, you can receive networks like ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS, The CW, Univision and more.
Patented Flat Antenna Design Powered by Patented Amplifier
At Mohu, we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality products and strive to continually innovate. Leaf 50 offers powerful performance by adding patented amplifier technology to our flagship non-amplified Leaf 30 TV antenna. Using CleanPeakTM RF filtering technology, Leaf 50 boasts 15dB of gain, filtering out potential interference from cellular and FM signals in the area. No need to hunt for an available wall outlet to power your Leaf 50 antenna amplifier. Just plug it into a spare USB port on your TV -- or if you don’t have any to spare, you can use the included wall adapter.
Antenna Made in USA – Based on US Military Technology
The amplified Leaf 50 is based on the same life-saving technology designed and developed for the US Military to discreetly detect IEDs that inspired Leaf 30. We are proud of our military connection, and it is evident in our design, quality, and stability. We are also proud to say that our Leaf antennas are made in USA.
Dual-Powered Amplifier and Detachable Cable Give You Flexibility
The included amplifier for Leaf 50 provides dual-powering options to give you the most flexibility possible when it comes to boosting your antenna’s signal. Plus, the included 16 ft. high-performance coaxial cable is detachable so you can swap it for different lengths to best suit your needs. Leaf 50 indoor HDTV antenna is also paintable and reversible to match decor. Setup is as easy as plugging it in, turning on your TV, and scanning for channels.