Rip Blown: wud up...i live in markham and i get 34 channels and my building faces away from city. i use a piece of junk 25 dollar antenna from canadian tire . i wrapped the antenna in foil and old metal coat hangers looks like a pile of metal but i do not care and put it on my balcony. on 15th floor. i get channels such as fox,abc,cbs some channels cut in an out.
JoeSzilagy: Hi Luke, I'm in Streetsville (as you likely know is near Toronto), and I plugged in my ancient 'saucer-shaped' indoor/outdoor antenna to my HDTV which I had hooked up in my apartment from mucho years ago. It works, and I get like 24 stations from Toronto to Buffalo, but most get that pixelation/breakup thing happening frequently. Does the Moho ever get that problem, or is that inherent with any type of antenna? Thanks.
Blake.TV: Regardless of whether in the US or Canada, broadcast TV will always look better than cable or satellite, because it is not compressed nearly as much.
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.
Steve Turton: I bought a simple, RCA Rabbit Ear antenna.....cost $15. I live in Brampton. I have it in a window facing towards the CN Tower, but can;t see the Tower. I am getting 9 HD channels....and 2 of those are from Buffalo. I was paying Rogers $55/month.....so this is a huge savings for me. I also have Netflex, $8/month.... and a jail broken Apple TV Box for streaming just about every movie and TV show ever produced....free. If you are on a budget, try simple,cheap rabbit ears.
Darren Bishop: Using the links provided (as well as from another article about this product) and my web browser in unable to find the site. Used Safari as well as Firefox. Did you have any trouble connecting to the site (I'm guessing not)?
Phillip Andrew Boyd: I returned my rogers cable box 4 yrs ago and bought an indoor rca antenna with amp. It gave me 8HD stations. I just bought a 4bay xtreame antenna, it gave me 18HD stations including three buffalo stations. I thought hmm what if I added an amp. So I bought Winegard LNA 100 Boost 20bd Digital Antenna Amplifier. All you do is connect it to the back of the tv where the coax cable attaches then attach the coax cable to it plug the attachment into a power supply and bango I now get 25HD stations including 12 american stations and thats without moving my antenna. I live d/t Toronto on the third floor. Any questions feel free to ask.
Claudia C.: THIS IS THE GREATEST ANTENNA EVER ! We are located in Ottawa and we actually got the MOHU CURVE 50 and we have 12 channels (such as CBC, CTV, Global, some French ones like TVA, V, Radio-Canada, Télé-Québec), Honestly this is all you need... The cheapest TV package is about $40, so you pay your Antenna in not even 4 months.
Worth every penny!!! Thanks Luke for your review!
legato699: You're content with 4 channels? I'm about to buy (almost ready to click on "Purchase") the Mohu Leaf Ultimate, and my living room window faces towards northeast (in southwest Montreal), on the 2nd floor. I'm just hoping to get at least one or two PBS stations. Thanks for the review
bentleyontheair: so my mother has directv for the whole house and i have a satellite box in my room hooked to my tv along with an rca antenna and an xbox 360 for netflix and hulu all hooked up to my tv.
at my grandmothers house i have the leaf ultimate pro hooked up to my tv there along with another xbox 360 for netflix and hulu... i like the leaf its really good...
Askeem Williams: Hey Luke do you know if this will work in British Columbia?