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Mohu Sky

Amplified multidirectional attic/outdoor HDTV antenna

Item # 792SKY

The long-range Sky HDTV antenna is the newest addition to the Mohu family, and  offers a fresh take on the...

The long-range Sky HDTV antenna is the newest addition to the Mohu family, and  offers a fresh take on the...

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Item # 792SKY

About the Mohu Sky

Mohu's top-performing antenna

The long-range Sky HDTV antenna is the newest addition to the Mohu family, and  offers a fresh take on the conventional rooftop or attic  mounted antenna. Like Mohu's other models, the Sky is based on antenna technology developed for the U.S. military. With its compact design, the Sky can be easily mounted in an attic, and for rooftop use, its compact size makes it a more visually appealing alternative to typical large long-range antennas. You can also mount it to an exterior wall wall or under an eave.

Mohu's top-performing antenna

Mohu Sky antenna

Mohu Sky mounted in an attic.

The long-range Sky HDTV antenna is the newest addition to the Mohu family, and offers a fresh take on the conventional rooftop or attic mounted antenna. Like Mohu's other models, the Sky is based on antenna technology developed for the U.S. military. With its compact design, the Sky can be easily mounted in an attic, and for rooftop use, its compact size makes it a more visually appealing alternative to typical large long-range antennas. You can also mount it to an exterior wall wall or under an eave.

The Sky can receive free over-the-air HDTV broadcasts from stations in the UHF and high-band VHF ranges (channels 7-51). It pulls in signals from multiple directions, so you don't have to move it to pick up signals from different TV towers. With a range of 60 miles, the Sky provides crystal-clear picture quality for signals that are simply too weak for lesser antennas to grab.

Mohu's sophisticated signal amplifier

The Sky includes Mohu's high-performance antenna amplifier. Its patent-pending technology increases reception range while filtering out the RF noise that can harm picture quality. The compact amplifier module connects between the Sky antenna and your TV.

You have a couple of options for powering the amplifier. There's a mini USB port on the amplifier module, which allows you to power it off of any standard USB port on your TV — the USB-to-mini-USB cable is included. The advantage of USB power is that the amplifier will only draw power when the TV is turned on, instead of 24/7. If you don't have an available USB port on your TV, the amplifier also includes a regular AC power adapter, which you can plug into any standard wall outlet.

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Product highlights:

  • receives digital and analog TV signals — high-band VHF (channels 7-13) and UHF (channels 14-51)
  • range is 60 miles for UHF, 45 miles for VHF
  • compact design for versatile attic or outdoor mounting
  • universal satellite-style swivel mount (includes arm, bracket and hardware)
  • includes amplifier module with 15 dB gain and CleanPeak™ filtering
  • mini USB jack for AC power — amplifier can be powered via USB port on your TV or via standard AC wall outlet (cable included)
  • 30-ft. detachable coaxial cable included
  • antenna: 21-1/4"W x 10-1/2"H x 1"D; amplifier: 3-1/16"W x 11/16"H x 1-3/8"D
  • weight: 3 lbs.
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # Sky

What's in the box:

  • Indoor/outdoor antenna
  • Digital TV amplifier
  • AC power adapter
  • 48" USB cable
  • 30' RF-coaxial cable
  • Mounting bracket
  • U-bracket
  • Mounting pole
  • Four 1.5" screws
  • Four M5 x 5mm bolts
  • Six M6 x 50mm bolts
  • 4 Small hex-nuts
  • 6 Large hex-nuts
  • 6 Flat washers
  • Instructions
  • "IMPORTANT!" note

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Indoor/Outdoor Antenna: Weighing in at only 3lbs, the Sky HDTV indoor/outdoor antenna is a powerful, amplified TV antenna solution that was developed from research for the United States military. The Sky HDTV antenna is multidirectional and does not have to be constantly readjusted for optimal signal strength.

Amplifier w/ Clean Peak Filter Technology: The included digital antenna amplifier with Clean Peak Filter Technology is designed to amplify TV stations and filter out any RF signals that can hinder picture quality. The digital amplifier allows you to pull in a clearer picture, more stations, and increase overall performance.

Range: The Mohu Sky HDTV antenna is recommended for use within 60 miles (UHF) and 45 miles (VHF) of transmission towers.

USB/AC Powered: The digital antenna amplifier is powered via a USB port located on the amp which allows you to power the antenna amplifier using an open USB port on the back of your TV. The advantage of doing so is that the amplifier will only draw power when the TV is turned on, eliminating parasitic power consumption when the amplifier isn't needed. If you do not have an open USB port on the back of your TV, the antenna amplifier also includes an AC power adapter that will enable you to power the amplifier using any standard AC wall outlet.

Mounting Options: The Sky HDTV antenna is designed to be mounted in either your attic or on the outside of your house, preferably on the roof. Most users will receive the best signal the higher they mount the antenna. A mounting bracket is included. The antenna should be positioned vertically (not horizontally).

30' RF-Coax Cable: The Mohu Leaf includes a 30' detachable RF-coaxial cable.

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Mohu Sky antenna.I live in a second story condo. I can hang an antenna from the ceiling of my screen porch.Will this unit work hanging down from a ceiling?In other words it will be hanging upside down.Will it work like that?
[ steve  Apr 14, 2014 ]
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I have mine hanging upside down in my garage attic and it works fine. I get several channels, some with a little pixilation, which is to be expected since I'm at least 30-50 miles from stations. The true test for me is when the trees leaf out!
[ Joseph  Apr 17, 2014 ]
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I think the receprion of antenna signals is omnidirectional. If you purchase it and it does not receive enough strong signals, you can return it for a nominal shipping fee and then know no antenna would suffice. Ray.
[ RAY P  Apr 15, 2014 ]
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Mine is hanging upside down in the attic and it works in that position.
[ ARTHUR  Apr 15, 2014 ]
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Steve, I am pretty sure it will; and if not, Crutchfield has a great return policy! The reason I say so is that mine was temporarily mounted on the roof in late December and stabilized with bricks until my chimney gets new mortar. One of winter's wind/snowstorms blew the antenna flat. The mortar job is a month away, but I still get programming! Hope this helps!
[ Alice  Apr 15, 2014 ]
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I don't know about upside down, but I hung mine right side up from two loops of speaker wire in the attic (criss crossed around the 'x') and it worked just fine.
[ Amberin  Apr 15, 2014 ]
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One more question. It says 'The Sky can receive free over-the-air HDTV broadcasts from stations in the UHF and high-band VHF ranges (channels 7-51). '. Can I assume this means it won't receive channels 2-6? Most of the local channels in Nashville, TN are in this range.
[ Steve  Dec 17, 2013 ]
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You may be able to get some low band VHF signal, but this antenna is not really designed for those frequencies. With the transition to digital broadcasts VHF 2 to 6 are rarely used by broadcasters. This is due to channel 6 being close to the bottom of the FM band, and problems with noise in the other channels.
[ Jeff  Dec 18, 2013 ]  Staff
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Where does the amplifier need to be hooked up in a multi-room installation? My intent is to connect this into the outside splitter and feed four TV's.
[ Steve  Dec 17, 2013 ]
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If the TV is downstream and the Sky antenna is upstream the amplifier is mounted at the indoor splitter in my installation upstream of the splitter. I also have a cable amp downstream of the Sky antenna amp. I do not think the Sky amp is weather proof so it needs to be inside. Art
[ ARTHUR  Dec 17, 2013 ]
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Hello, I installed this device a couple months ago. IF you install at the TV, you can power up from a USB port on the TV, if you install before split then you will need a power outlet. The unit has a male recepticle to power up. Harvey
[ Harvey  Dec 17, 2013 ]
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After the included amp, or so this is what I saw on other websites; I would check the MOHU website which has a lot of info.
[ Joseph  Dec 17, 2013 ]
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The amplifier itself needs to be indoors, or at least in an attic, covered porch or basement) because you've got to have a way to run power to it (an outlet or USB port) out of the rain. But the antenna could be outside. And though the wire coming off the amp is short - there's no reason you couldn't run a cable extension line (female-to-male) off it (inside) back outside to your splitter box. I had all mine together in the attic, but just because it allowed me to run shorter lines to all the TV's. And as I was feeding 5 TV's and 2 DVR's, I was worried about the longer lines weakening the signal.
[ Amberin  Dec 17, 2013 ]
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Steve: I installed my amplifier right before the splitter in my system. Mine is inside in a utility room, but if you have yours protected in a weather proof box, an outside installation should work as well. Bear in mind that you need power to it from the USB (120V with adapter) source. Good luck!
[ ANTHONY  Dec 17, 2013 ]
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Hey Steve, the amp is built into the antenna and there's a USB device that powers it thru the coax cable. But that has to be between the antenna and the splitter, if you try and put it after the splitter it won't work. There's a great video on the MOHU Sky that lays out the install and the design of the antenna. I have the antenna feeding the house across three splitters and I am more than impressed with the antenna and it really does the job of one of those massive antennas. I used TV Fool dot com and I got every channel it said I would and I live 45 miles from the transmitter. Hope this helps, Paul
[ Paul  Dec 17, 2013 ]
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Hi Steve: The amplifier (which is a rectangle only 2 inches by three inches) should be connected before the spliiter. Ray.
[ RAY P  Dec 17, 2013 ]
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The amplifier should be inserted before the splitter i.e. on the antennae side of the cable.
[ RAY P  Dec 17, 2013 ]
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Hi Steve. The amplifier needs to be hooked up between the antenna and your splitter. I have my antenna in the attic with the amplifier next. It then goes to my splitter and out to 3 TV's via the wiring in the house. The amp indicates which wire to connect to the antenna. I had to go to Radio Shack to get the appropriate adapters. This antenna works great! Beats paying Comcast.
[ MICHAEL  Dec 17, 2013 ]

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