Mohu Leaf 30 - Works Fine
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This antenna seems to be well built, looks pretty good - it's paintable, too - and comes with everything you will probably need including a 10 ft cable. All you do is disconnect the cable company coax from the back of the set, screw the antenna cable in the same spot, and then do a channel search under the "Antenna" (vs. "Cable") setting on your TV. Then try moving the antenna around to get the best overall reception. Best place will probably be as high as possible and on an outside wall. Once you've got that figured out, you just attach two little hangers(they come in the box ) that stick to the wall, and hang the antenna from it. You can move it again later if you want. The antenna is designed to be used on just one TV at a time, but you could buy an amplifier and splitter and use it for more than one. It works fine for me. I'm only about 4-5 miles from a whole mountain full of antennas, so I get about 60 local channels clear as a bell. Many of them are worthless, of course, but that's got nothing to do with the antenna. There are online guides to help you figure out what is on each local channel. Not as easy as my cable provider, but a LOT cheaper. It's easier to over-think installing one of these, but hey, it's really just a better-looking version of your old rabbit ears antenna, if you are old enough to remember those. The good news is that you just hang this one up and forget about it. No moving the antennas all over the place or hanging aluminum foil off th
Pros: Easy to install and set up; good value for the price.
Cons: I really can't think of one; it works just as I expected it would. Just be aware that you get what you pay for, and if you are in a spot where you need a more power antenna, then this one will not work miracles.