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Mohu Curve 50

Amplified multi-directional indoor TV antenna

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Our take on the Mohu Curve 50

If you've had limited success receiving over-the-air TV broadcasts, it may be time to replace your old-school antenna with Mohu's smartly engineered Curve 50. Its ultra-thin design uses advanced technology originally developed for the U.S. military. You can conveniently place the Curve 50 on a shelf, countertop, or table near your TV — it works either standing upright or lying flat. Like most antennas, the Curve 50 generally performs best when located fairly high in the room or near a window.

Mohu Curve 50

The power to pull in your favorite TV shows

If you've had limited success receiving over-the-air TV broadcasts, it may be time to replace your old-school antenna with Mohu's smartly engineered Curve 50. Its ultra-thin design uses advanced technology originally developed for the U.S. military. You can conveniently place the Curve 50 on a shelf, countertop, or table near your TV — it works either standing upright or lying flat. Like most antennas, the Curve 50 generally performs best when located fairly high in the room or near a window.

Mohu's signal amplifier extends the Curve 50's range

The Curve 50 includes Mohu's high-performance Jolt antenna amplifier, which uses patent-pending technology to increase reception range while filtering out the RF noise that can harm picture quality. Compared to the unamplified Curve 30, most people find that the Curve 50's antenna/amplifier combo lets them receive more stations, while also producing a clearer picture on stations with less-than-perfect reception. The compact amplifier module connects between the Curve 50 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.

Product Highlights:

  • receives digital and analog TV signals — high-band VHF (channels 7-13) and UHF (channels 14-51)
  • range is 50 miles
  • thin, curved design can lie flat or stand upright
  • includes amplifier module with 15 dB gain and Clean Peak™ filter technology
  • mini USB jack for AC power — amplifier can be powered via USB port on your TV or via standard AC wall outlet (cable included)
  • includes 16-ft. detachable coaxial cable
  • 11-11/16"W x 7-3/4"H x 2-3/8"D
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

Does very well in an old house, much better than the last brand.

Anonymous, Jacksonville,fl

What's in the Box:

  • Curve antenna body
  • Stand
  • 16' White coaxial cable (male F connectors on each end)
  • Amplifier with attached 1' USB and coaxial cables
  • 5' USB extension cable (Male Type A USB on one end and female Type A USB on other end)
  • AC power cube with Type A USB port (DC output: 5V 600mA)
  • Instruction Manual

Mohu Curve 50 Reviews

Average Customer Review(s):

(43 Reviews)

Mohu 50 Curve

David from Rochester, NY on 10/1/2017

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This antenna Is working great for us. Set-up was easy and all of the necessary cables are included in the box. Put it in the window and scanned for channels. All of the channels we get seem to have a strong signal, no cutting in and out so far. I'm glad I chose this model over the leaf style antenna because it made set-up very easy and it has nice aesthetic appeal. First step in splitting with cable tv a success. Happy with my purchase.

Pros: Design, function, value


Mohu Curve 50

Anonymous from Jacksonville,fl on 9/24/2017

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Does very well in an old house, much better than the last brand.



Mohu curve 50

Willis from Waterford, MI on 9/18/2017

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Works as advertised. Definitely worth the money

Pros: I just bought my second one. Works really well and pulls in all the local channels. Comes with all the cables required and easy to set up.


Mohu Curve 50

Cary from West Palm Beach, FL on 9/2/2017

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It is a good antenna.You have to move it around.It took me days to find the correct spot.I have it connected to a floor lamp .On a massive angle .Of course I cannot use the lamp anymore.But I pickup about 60 channels.

Pros: It does work

Cons: The time to get all the channels you want at the same time.Takes a lot of Patience.

Mohu Curve 50

Anonymous from Orlando, FL on 6/5/2017

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Since I am entirely fed up with the excessive cost of cable TV, I decided to use an indoor antenna. I already have one in my family room and had need of a new TV and antenna for my bedroom. I purchased both products from you and am quite pleased with both. The antenna brings in a very clear picture and more channels than I can get with my other antenna. The only drawback for me is I cannot get the NBC stations, which is certainly within the parameter of mileage. I have talked with other people that have indoor antennae that live just north and south of me and they both are able to get NBC. I've moved it around the room and scanned the channels again each time, but NBC will not come in. Anyone have any suggestions? I have it next to a window right now and high up a dresser. Other than that, it is great.




Anonymous from College Station, TX on 4/3/2017

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I'm not too big on reviews, but this antenna deserves it! I have a external antenna mounted on the top of my chimney. It IS a directional antenna, I must say that. I pick up 4 channels with it. With the Moho Curve 50 placed indoors in the window, I pick up 12 channels in perfect High Def! I get 3 major networks that my external antenna won't even begin to pick up! This is a no brainer!

Pros: Reception, small footprint, plug and go

Cons: None

Mohu Curve 50

Terry L from Kokomo, IN on 2/26/2017

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Does not pick up very well.



Crutchfield response on 3/1/2017 Terry, we're sorry you're disappointed with your antenna. Whenever you are not completely satisfied with anything you purchase from Crutchfield, please contact our Customer Support team. Purchases from Crutchfield can be returned or exchanged within 60 days of the purchase.

Great product

Larry from Charlton, NY on 2/24/2017

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I really like this product. It performs better than I expected in my location. All station signals 35 miles or less come in perfectly without plugging in the signal booster. I imagine if I wanted, I could get stations at a greater distance but don't have the need at this time. Its a great value for the money.

Pros: Nice product packaging, small size, plug and go.

Cons: none

Great Picture

Richard from Beverly Hills, CA on 2/19/2017

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No more cable. This device is terrific. It's hidden and gets great reception. I have a 4K HD TV and it's as good or better than the internet or cable.

Pros: -Easy setup -Nice looking -Great picture -All local channels

Cons: -None

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John from Vienna, VA on 2/3/2017

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This antenna works well. I live just west of the DC beltway and can pick up stations in Baltimore. The antenna is directional -- I have to turn it around a bit to get the stations, but once the signals are locked in, the reception is great.

Pros: small enough to fit on the shelf next to the TV

Cons: Directional -- I have to rotate the antenna a bit to pick up signals sometimes.

Lots of channels, good picture

Jennifer from Sacramento, CA on 1/9/2017

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With this antenna we went from 3 channels to about 50, and all are high quality pictures with no problems with stability or pixelation. It replaced our 20-year old rabbit ears, a big improvement in the look of the room. We put it on top of an armoir where it is practically invisible.

Pros: Looks good too

Cons: None

My first table top outdoor antenna

Bernard from Palo Alto, CA on 12/28/2016

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After using this antenna besides the TV at eye level for a couple of months, I was happy with it and all the received channels (about 60) were stable with HD quality as expected. It also looks cool on the table as a gadget more than a TV antenna. Last week, I moved the antenna to the attic (with a better and longer cable), voilà, 100+ channels. This is like having an outdoor antenna on the roof top. Though moving it to my unfinished attic is a lot more work than leaving it on the table, it was well worth the attempt and I'm going to leave it up there. Very happy with it.

Pros: Good reception and looks cool. The amplifier is power on/off with the TV.

Cons: none yet.

Worth it

Debbie from Marshfield, MO on 11/25/2016

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Clean looking. Works like a charm. Pulled in stronger signals on local digital channels.

Pros: Easy setup. Pulls a good signal.

Cons: None

Almost 5 stars

V from Bellingham, WA on 11/3/2016

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The Mohu Curve 50 that replaced a barely functional amplified TV antenna equipped with rabbit ears(!) solved almost all of my over-the-air HDTV problems. As advertised, the antenna pulls in HD stations from 45-50 miles distant without pixillation. Placement of the Mohu Curve is critical in that rotating the antenna just 10 degrees in one direction or another makes a huge difference in performance. In order to receive all of the HDTV stations within a 50 mile range requires that I adjust the antenna's position depending on the station. I'd give the Mohu Curve 50 a 5th star if it was truly omnidirectional, but that may be beyond the scope of antenna technology at this price point.

Pros: Easy set-up; attractive design; works as advertised.

Cons: Not fully omnidirectional.

Mohu Curve 50

Steve from La Verne, CA on 11/1/2016

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Works great! HD on major networks.

Pros: Easy install.Receive 100+ channels.HD signal.Great design.

Cons: none

Worth the extra money.

Robert from Willingboro NJ on 10/16/2016

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By connecting the curve 50 I am able to pick up a local network station that formerly came in with lots of Pixelation or not at all. The added 16-foot cable blends in with my walls and is long enough to find a better location not possible with my former setup. Delivery was quick and installation was a snap. Overall a little expensive but worth the added cost over other units I have used. I am one happy cord cutter.

Pros: Long cord for remote installation. Less pixelation than other units sharp picture.

Cons: Price, flimsy stand

Amplified or not

Michael H from Las Vegas, NV on 9/6/2016

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In some areas where you live amplified and tennis work good not my case a non-amplified antenna worked for my area in Las Vegas



Mohu Curve 50

Sergei from Key Biscayne, FL on 8/27/2016

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Worked exactly as advertised. I have DIRECTV HDDVR (which I prefer to cable), with an AM21 tuner; the latter in that with the input of an off-air broadcast source, it seamlessly integrates the local off-air broadcast channels into the DIRECTV Satellite Receiver's Guide, as well as the DVR, as "digital channels"...i.e. channel 4.1 etc. I wanted a reliable source of the local broadcast channels for this tuner, since their signal is VHF which is impervious to South Florida's rain; that as compared to the Ku & Ka band of the satellite signal. And the reason I wanted this "signal robustness", was primarily for football games since the majority of the games "live" on the broadcast channels of CBS, NBC & Fox. Another reason is that I can bypass/not be affected by the inevitable cat fights/blackouts between local stations and cable/satellite providers over fees...few years back, it happened with the local FOX station DURING THE NFL PLAYOFFS!



Pulls them in

TubaMan215 from Laurel, MD on 8/8/2016

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The TV in my basement was hooked up to an old rabbit ear antenna, but the picture came and went. When I connected the Mohu Curve 50, my reception really improved. Stations lock in and stay locked in.

Pros: Very stylish design. Pulls in the stations. Omni directional

Cons: a bit pricey

Works Great

Sakman from Naperville, IL on 7/30/2016

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I bought this antenna for my daughter who was tired of paying high cable TV bills. She lives in a suburb about 20 miles outside of Chicago so there are a lot of HDTV signals in the area. I was expecting a phone call for help installing this but she said it was easy to set up and program it. Great HD quality. Lots of channels. Unit is smaller than I expected which is good. She now watches other cable shows she likes on the internet and uses this antenna for Network TV. Now she pays cable company for internet only.

Pros: Easy set up

Cons: none

Mohu Curve antenna performs!

Keith N from Bozeman, MT on 7/10/2016

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I was having reception problems with an Antennacraft indoor antenna from Radio Shack. The Mohu Curve has been delivering consistent, clear signals since I installed it a couple of weeks ago. Sleek and inconspicuous.

Pros: Good signal. Sleek design.

Cons: A bit expensive, but you get what you pay for.

Amplified to Make Better

TwoTees from Charlottesville, VA on 4/19/2016

The first Mohu antenna I purchased from Crutchfield was a Leaf 30 for my family room TV. It provided an excellent HD picture, but I was repositioning the antenna more often than I had expected. It serves me well now with a TV on an upper floor. I replaced the Mohu 30 with a Mohu Curve 50 from Crutchfield and my family room TV's picture was quickly transcended to a thing of beauty. We also gained an additional eight stations from ciities sixty miles away. I love Mohu!

Pros: The Curve 50 is a relatively low cost, attractively designed, easy to implement, very effective indoor antenna that produces excellent reception.

Cons: Although an infrequent occurance, a modicum of repositioning is needed to eliminate a pixelated image.

Nice antenna but not better than leaf

John from Ozone Park, NY on 4/16/2016

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Purchased a leaf several years ago. Sometimes could be spotty. After talking with an advisor, he mentioned that the amplified curve might help. Unfortunately, no better than the leaf with out amplification. As the advisor mentioned hit or miss. As always Crutchfield great to deal with, only place I go for electronics. Either way sticking with leaf. Curve going back.

Pros: Nice look. Book shelf mounting.

Cons: Didn't seem any better than cheaper leaf model.

Mohu Curve

Bryan from cheshire, CT on 3/10/2016

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Ordering process was a breeze and loved the in depth descriptions and reviews. Picking up 25 channels in my area!!

Pros: Great Product

Cons: None so far

Mohu Curve 50

C.L.W. from Monmouth, IL on 1/27/2016

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I'm really satisfied with this antenna. It took me about 5 minutes to get it hooked up. I can get 14 channels and that's all right with me because I don't watch much t.v. It's a lot less expensive than cable or the Dish network.

Pros: Easy set-up and inexpensive.

Cons: None yet.

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Bernie P from Colchester Vt. on 1/17/2016

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Installed the Mohu Curve 50 , crystal clear results . Picked up 10 over the air fee channels.

Pros: More than I expected.

Cons: None

Not as crisp reception as cable, but close enough

PK from Georgia on 12/20/2015

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In my attempt to "cut the cord", I bought the Mohu Curve 50 to see what local channels I could get. I will keep this antenna and cancel cable; however, I am making a few concessions. The reception is not as good....and the screen pixelates every now and then -- and the audio breaks occasionally as well. But with a subscription to Hulu (which I haven't tried yet), I can save $100/month. It's worth it to me. (one caveat to keep antenna....see "cons")

Pros: Can get local channels and cancel cable.

Cons: It was a bit challenging to find the best placement for the antenna. Every small angle made a difference in the number of channels the TV picked up with auto-tuning. And without moving the unit, I lost local NBC. This meant auto-tuning again....which meant resetting the favorites on the TV so the channels I did not want to scroll through each time did not display. If this keeps happening, I will return the antenna.

Fantastic addition for cord cutting!

Returned RPCV from Ohio on 12/14/2015

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Ordered this item in anticipation of cutting my cable. Have had it hooked up for a couple weeks and it works flawlessly. Fantastic item.



Mohu Curve 50

Anonymous from Colorado on 11/9/2015

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Appears to be as good as any in the price range aside from something that you could stick on top of a flag pole. Is a little better than a cheaper one that I have been using. Don't see any way to hang it on the wall with the way the cable connects

Pros: Works OK. Basically I like to support the local free digital TV broadcasts as opposed to paying conglomerate cable money hungry monopoly corporations. I am not comunist, just someone that thinks public support of community based services is worth the effort

Cons: Not designed to hang on wall

This is the one to get

Mark M from Teaneck, NJ on 10/28/2015

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Although we live a short distance from NYC transmitter towers, we got mediocre reception from a Mohu leaf 50 on our living room tv, mounted on an interior wall on the first floor of our two story house. A very helpful guy at Crutchfield told me the Mohu Curve 50 was in fact a stronger antenna. Boy was he right! Stations that came in poorly with the the leaf are rock solid now, and one, more distant, station that I didn't think we'd get at all comes in clear as a bell. The Curve has an elegant look to it, "way better than a cable box", as my neighbor said. If you've had iffy results drawing in stations in a 50 mile range with other indoor antennas it is worth giving this one a try. We are very content.

Pros: Draws in signals similarly rated antennas don't. Free-standing, needs no wall mount. Graceful appearance.

Cons: Honesty can't think of any.

Good performance

BB from Virginia on 10/16/2015

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Very good performance in Washington DC; sensitive to elevation but receives all the channels I want, well made, well packaged, very straightforward to use and does what they say it will.



Works Like a Charm

J Ingram from Indianapolis, IN on 10/11/2015

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We picked up this antenna to assist in our cord-cutting from U-Verse. We live in an downtown, urban setting with our television at the rear of our house (as it relates to the source towers). We're about 10-12 miles from the towers and the Mohu Curve, with the amplifier in place, picks up more than 60 channels. Without the amplifier, it picks up 16. The reception is clear and we're enjoying the uncompressed HD picture from out local stations. If you're in an urban area you'll likely need to use the amplifier (which isn't a big deal, really) to offset any line-of-sight issues.

Pros: Aesthetically superior to competitors; great reception in our area; 60+ channels; easy to set up; amplification allows for versatile placement

Cons: None so far

Better than Expected

Anonymous from Virginia on 9/9/2015

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We picked up 15 channels of very clear HD TV. This product is very hard to beat.



The Best

Bevann from California on 9/6/2015

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We purchased locally two indoor antennae of different brands and couldn't get even the major channels at the same setting. So we ordered the Mohu 50 Curve. It is amazing! With the Curve we can get the major channels and many others, around 90 in all. For us it was perfect.

Pros: Pleasant to look at, long coaxial cord, ease of setup.

Cons: non

Did not help reception!

Dejbp, Bloomfield from New York on 4/15/2015

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Made absolutely no changes in our already poor reception. We have 11 channels with a broken roof antennae, and still only 11 channels with the MOHU Curve 50.



Mohu Curve 50

Mike from Nevada, Las Vegas on 2/4/2015

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The Curve worked better than I expected. I picked up what the TV said was 73 channels. The amazing part is its in the middle of the house, far from and window, its just not possible to place it anywhere else, and it works very well! Most are religious and/or Hispanic, so in the end I netted 20+ channels that are usable to me. We dropped Satellite over 2 years ago because of the expense, picked up Netflix which is great, and now I get all the local news channels plus a few home improvement channels with this device.

Pros: Super easy to install and set up, comes with everything you need.

Cons: A wall mount would be a nice addition to this device, increases its versatility,

More channels than I thought!

Pat R from Connecticut on 1/27/2015

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My brick bungalow cape usually blocks reception, but this antenna, on a high shelf upstairs in the peak, gets maybe a dozen or more stations in Central Connecticut. Much better than I had expected. (Relatively unobtrusive, and the stations are also very clear.)

Pros: Lots of stations.

Cons: none

Very Happy

Shirley C from Bradenton, Fl on 1/26/2015

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Definitely will cut the cord! Got all of my network channels from Tampa. Pointed it towards Tampa in front of a window.

Pros: Very attractive design, everything included for a professional looking setup.

Cons: None

Not Too Shabby

Avery from Colorado on 1/20/2015

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I finally decided to cut my cable cord and go with a less expensive option. I ordered the Mohu Curve 50 after reading reviews on Crutchfield and running my address to see the number of channels I could expect. Installation was quite simple and I'm pleased with the reception. I picked up 20 or so channels with my Mohu positioned in a central location within my residential home and an additional 20 channels with the antenna positioned in the window.

Pros: + easy to install + consistent reception + antenna design + free major network channels


Great design

JS from Sauk Rapids, MN on 9/15/2014

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Be sure your close to a metropolitan area. I am a ways away and I purchased this because of the 50 mile radius. After hook up the Muhu Curve worked fine but I only received 6 channels and most of them were shopping Ch. The design is great but in my area not many Ch. are available. If you are closer to a metro area I would recommend the Mohu.

Pros: Great Design with everything included

Cons: Not much reach in my area

Mohu Curve 50

John D from White Hall, VA on 3/14/2014

Product improved reception of local Charlottesville and Richmond channels. Included cables allowed optimal placement of the antenna.

Pros: Worked well. Innocuous antenna design. Flexible placement of antenna. Easy set up.

Cons: None

Works surprisingly well.

Matt from Colorado on 12/17/2013

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I found that with a little effort this antenna performs pretty well. As with any antenna I've found that placement and orientation are critical to tune in specific channels. Although the manufacturer claims the antenna is more or less omnidirectional, this is not optimal. I don't recommend permanently affixing it to a wall... Keep it on a shelf or table near a window, within easy reach so you can point it and improve your reception for any given station. That said, once I got used to it, I am able to pick up stations up to 70 miles distant, a pleasant surprise. Additionally, I did not experience the problem with the amplifier piece that the other reviewer on crutchfield did, mine seems to work fine. He must have gotten a defective unit. Overall, a good alternative to rooftop or attic antennas. I am receiving the stations I wanted to get, so I'm pretty satisfied.

Pros: Great range. Compact, lightweight and not too ugly.

Cons: May require adjustment depending on your situation.

Mohu Curve 50 - winner with an asterisk

Chris H from Twin Cities, MN on 11/8/2013

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End results with the Curve 50 definitely merits 5 stars; however, I had some problems getting there, so I'm going with 3 stars overall... I previously was using a Mohu Leaf Ultimate, and was pleased with its performance, but I was interested in a different design aesthetically, so I tried the Curve... In the looks department, the Curve is great - much easier to "hide" the cable in various configurations - that's a win. Anyway, I put everything together and fired it up. Did a channel search and got zip-nada. I was dumbfounded, since I knew the connections were all good. On a whim, I decided to swap the Curve 50's amplifier for my old Leaf Ultimate amplifier, and when I did that, the stations came flooding in... I got more stations with the Curve than I did with the Leaf, and they were all rock-solid and crystal-clear. I tried the Curve amplifier one more time, and still got nothing. So, I'm VERY pleased with final results overall, but I'm also very happy I had that old amplifier to use! Maybe my Curve 50 amp happened to be a dud, or maybe that new amp design is simply whacked - who knows...

Pros: The Curve antenna itself appears to be a better design (in terms of reception capability) than its Leaf counterpart -- I was ultimately able to pull in more stations with the Curve than with the Leaf. I hung the Curve on a wall, and it certainly looks much nicer there than the Leaf did. Win-win.

Cons: The amplifier I got with my Curve 50 was either a total dud, or this new amplifier design they are using with the Curve 50 is completely worthless. When I tried to use it, no stations could be located (yes, I do mean zero!).


Hands-on research

Product Research


Overview: The Mohu Curve 50 Amplified Indoor HDTV Antenna is a simple plug-in solution for receiving over-the-air TV broadcasts. The Curve 50 has a clean, designer look, and can be placed on a shelf, countertop, or table. It is designed for users that live within 50 miles of a TV tower.

Amplifier: The Curve 50 has an in-line amplifier that provides a +20dB gain in the incoming signal. Clean Peak filter technology removes unwanted RF signals and boosts the signals that are desired. The amplifier receives power from the included AC power cube and USB cable.

Receiving Pattern: The Curve 50 is a multi-directional antenna, receiving TV broadcast signals equally well from all directions. You may have to experiment with antenna placement to find the best reception. The antenna can stand upright or lay flat.

Connections: The antenna comes with a 16' length of coaxial cable to run from the antenna to the amplifier. The amplifier's coaxial cable plug into the antenna input of the TV. The power to the amplifier runs from the power cube via the supplied USB cable and extension. The antenna should be placed within 6' of an AC power outlet.

Channel Scan: After connecting the antenna to the TV, you should perform a channel scan on the TV to see which stations are being received by the antenna.

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Crutchfield review.[ EFRAIN  Oct 13, 2017 ]
Recommended by Otis, awesome Crutchfield advisor![ Deborah  Oct 07, 2017 ]
The reviews[ John T.  Sep 09, 2017 ]
Best reviews. Good shipping time. Good price.[ Craig  Aug 26, 2017 ]
Wanted best possible information antenna.Red Tom s review.He said it was good.Also like dealing with crutchfield if possible.[ Cary  Aug 08, 2017 ]
Good reviews, seems to be just what I need.[ THOMAS A  Jul 31, 2017 ]
Need an indoor antenna with longer range[ Steven  May 29, 2017 ]
I live in DC and wanted to avoid cable bills. I tried two of these; finally, the trick was to disconnect the preamplifier and connect the antenna directly into the tv; and that has worked fairly well. I probably would want to find another unit, given the foregoing, since my reception seems still a bit limited (and there is something a miss with the preamplifier, on both units I have tried).[ James  Apr 22, 2017 ]
Able to receive local channels when I no longer use a paid Cable/Satellite service.[ Kelly  Mar 13, 2017 ]
A more cost effective means to watch PGA golf. Fore![ John  Feb 22, 2017 ]
Recommendation from relative. Cool look. Effective & cost effective.[ Kenneth S.  Dec 15, 2016 ]
i get your emails which are good info, thanks!![ KIM  Oct 03, 2016 ]
Looking for better reception and still mount inside apartment[ ROBERT  Oct 01, 2016 ]
I chose this specific model because of the numerous positive reviews, and because I was so pleased with the Crutchfield service when I ordered a new TV from them several months ago. So if it works as well for me as it apparently has for so many others I will be happy. We'll find out soon. The free shipping and no sales tax was also very important. Bob L. - Indiana[ ROBERT F  Aug 24, 2016 ]
reviews were pretty solid[ Keith  Aug 11, 2016 ]
The first one we received worked great! This is for the bedroom TV.[ Karen  Aug 05, 2016 ]
I have been reading extensively about "cutting the cord" and leaving cable service. Most advice is to get a Mohu antenna. We'll see![ Amy  Jun 04, 2016 ]
Crutchfield's description, buyer reviews and easy navigation on it's website made all the difference. I'm a customer for life!![ Rob  Jun 02, 2016 ]
There are many TV antennas to choose from on the market - I trust this because Crutchfield offers it, and I think they do thier research. They explain the benefits of different models carried. And, I know I can call if I need any tech support.[ Sheryl  May 15, 2016 ]
the reviews and style of it.[ NATHAN L  May 05, 2016 ]
Chuck helped me select this HDTV indoor antenna. It works well, so I am ordering a second one and cutting cable.Chuck's bio: [ John  May 03, 2016 ]
Purchased this for our son who doesn't have cable. Easy to install and works great![ Harold  Apr 06, 2016 ]
Reviews and easy set-up. Will be adding an outdoor antenna at a future date[ Arthur  Mar 31, 2016 ]
I am looking to cut the cord with my cable company, so I am trying this product to see if it will work for me. In reading the reviews, I am hopeful that this antennae will get the reception it advertises, and I will have enough options to stay off the cable grid.[ JEANNE  Mar 29, 2016 ]
outstanding reviews[ Brad  Feb 21, 2016 ]
Nervous about making the switch to save tons of money from cable TV to antenna and wanted the best![ Cynthia  Jan 30, 2016 ]
Wanted to watch MeTV in Denver.[ MATTHEW  Dec 08, 2015 ]
We're out in the country, about 45 miles from tv stations, trying to get better over the air reception.[ VIVIAN  Dec 05, 2015 ]

3 questions already asked

Sorry but I don't know. I really do not thing that the Mohu has any advantage over cheaper and simpler antennas.[ James  Apr 07, 2017 ]
I have a similiar situation. Before answering your question I went to each room and turned on the same channel on each televisions with no interference whatsoever.[ Bernard  Apr 06, 2017 ]
That should work with no issues. The antennas are receiving information from the off air broadcasters, not sending. The only interference with "over the air" antennas are caused by materials that would block the incoming signals. Such as concrete walls, metal roofs, etc. I hope this helps[ Tim  Apr 06, 2017 ]
Have mutiple antennas in house with no interference from one to another but would recommend terk hdtv1 over mohu even though its a little bulkier[ Dennis  Apr 05, 2017 ]
One to another if I was going to get another antenna though I'd go with the turkpoll HDTV one I find it has a stronger reception than the yellow just a little bit ball care[ Dennis  Apr 05, 2017 ]
This is an antenna that receives broadcast TV signals. I don't know what the antenna's exact technical capabilities are but the limiting factor is the resolution with which each TV channel decides to broadcast. Currently, many TV stations broadcast in 1080i, some broadcast in 720p. I don't know of any channels that broadcast in 4K and few, if any, broadcast in 1080p. Whatever the broadcast resolution is for a given channel is the resoution you'll get on screen with this or any other antenna capable of receiving those channel frequencies.[ Michael  Sep 30, 2016 ]
I'm getting the Dish Hopper with sling in two weeks. I've heard I can connect with that device to add OTA stations. I live in central Massachusetts and I would love to get the HD channels from the Boston area. Would this be the best atenna for this purpose? Thanks![ Emery  Mar 30, 2014 ]
This antenna is designed for use with a single TV. If you would like to connect multiple TVs to an antenna, then you may want to look at one of the larger ones. A quick call or chat with an Advisor should help you choose the best antenna for your system.[ Jeff  Dec 04, 2013 ]  Staff

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