Mohu Leaf TV Antenna Review (Toronto)




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Clint Lovendahl: Great video! Thank you!

Chris Cornish: I don't have over the air but in Kelowna, BC, where I live there is only 2 channels, both Global, no CTV, CBC, City, etc. I still use Cable

scooby660816: Thx for a very comprehensive review.  I live in Scarborough and had experimented with something similar to the Mohu Leaf, but wasn't happy with the results.  I ended up with a $40 wire type antenna from a discount computer/electronics place, and I get 12-15 channels.  All of the usual local stations, CBC, City, Global, CFTO etc. but also get some U.S. stations from Buffalo.  Keep in mind that I'm in the outskirts of the city, so I'm happy with what I can watch.  It's relatively large, but that's a small inconvenience.  I'm curious to see if you tried the same experiment with a larger 2 or 4 bay unit, how many more stations you would receive.  Thanks for taking the time to share your experience.

Vikram V: Does it work in Edmonton, AB?

AAMD11: Great review. I'm definitely buying one now that the xbox one supports tv tuners, mohu seems like the ideal antenna to pair with it. Also, LOL I watched this thinking, hey I don't live in Toronto but whatever close enough, then you said you used it in Ottawa where I am! What are the chances eh

armel1945: Hi
I live in Kanata On, I cut Rogers a few weeks ago and got the Mohu Leaf antenna. Which I hooked up to 5 TV using the cable wires splitters that where left behind by Rogers . I only got 10 channels on the two tv upstairs near the antenna , and the other 3 tv where in the basement which I used another splitter and only got 8 channels. So I got a Electroline 4 port drop amp/splitter which boosted the signal thru the cable wires and got all 14 channels in the Ottawa area on all 5 tvs.

hoypinoymonkeyboy: Great Video thanks man! Also I am assuming that you cant view any sports channels? Either way still a good deal.

freestylegreek: Basically the Mohu Leaf is a POS device especially if you live right across the CN Tower. BTW my friend lives in an area where they have many condos all over the place. He has a TERK antenna and he gets 23 channels so its not your apartment its the device your using probably.

BTW I have a jailbroken APPLE TV 2 and I still have cable but if i miss any tv shows I just catch up on what I missed there. 

Luke DiMarco: I live in a condo downtown Toronto - it's not really the ideal location for an outdoor antenna. This is the perfect solution for my living condition. It's mobile, practically hidden and does its job. Having said that, back at my parents house would be a prime location to test the Mohu Sky and if anyone from Mohu is reading this, hit me up.

aspec82: Thanks for sharing. I will be buying mine soon. I live in Vancouver and there are about the same amount of OTA channels in your region. Yes, the Ultimate version will be for sure as this minimizes interference signals. Have you ever considered the Mohu Sky which provides 60+ miles coverage? Perhaps you be able to pick up American signals also.

Stephen Holloway: Sounds like you'll need at least an analog to digital converter box. After you buy the box, connect one end of the cable to the tv, and the other end of cable to the box. Then connect the antenna itself to the box. Then just scan the box.

highdefinitiondiva: You Can get the Amplified One!!!

Big Zeus: ur glasses dam crooked bro

thepianoplayer416: Nice sales pitch for Mohu Leaf. Made in USA isn't really a factor for me as long as I'm not buying cheap imports from China. The Nippon AU-14 on my balcony is Made in Japan which is just as good. Gives me crystal-clear picture. I'd rather pay $60 for a Nippon Antenna. May be old-fashioned but these metal things have been on people's rooftops since the 1950s and still the most reliable. The Mohu standard model gives you 4 channels and what about the enhanced version? 8?

thepianoplayer416: Can survive on just 1 station: PBS. Years ago PBS station 17 started a sister station 23. Rogers cable carried 17 but not 23. Got an antenna for it. I live in a high-rise. Got myself a Nippon AU-14 (like an arrow) from Radio World. Mounted it on a tripod on the balcony and got 30 channels. Paid $60 for it (still a 1 time fee). I can walk out and change direction anytime. No reason to buy a $30 Mohu Leaf for 4 channels when I can get all Toronto, Buffalo incl. 51 and 8 + 21 Rochester.

Mike W.: Got my Leaf Ultimate the other day and after the scan, 81 channels! I'm 28-35 miles from my towers. I love this damn thing.

ladytube64: Good review....

ladytube64: Will this work on a really old TV...and when I say old it's a Crosley floor model about 35 years old...will I have to get some kind of adaptor ? or can I just hook this up and that's it ? I want to cancel Comcast which I'm paying $76 a month way too much....
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Mohu Leaf TV Antenna Review (Toronto) 5 out of 5

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