Mohu Curve 30
Multi-directional indoor TV antenna
Our take on the Mohu Curve 30 by Crutchfield's Steve Kindig
An antenna that can hide in plain sight
The growing army of "cord-cutters" has an effective weapon in the fight to receive free HDTV channels. Mohu's Curve 30 is a great-performing TV antenna that's plug-and-play easy to hook up. Its graceful curved shape captures broadcast TV signals like a sail catches the wind. Designed to be placed on a shelf, countertop, or table, the Curve 30 will generally perform best when placed fairly high in the room or near a window.
The Curve 30 antenna makes the most sense for urban dwellers living reasonably close to their local broadcast towers — reception range is 30 miles, and it can pull in stations from multiple directions. Based on advanced technology developed for the U.S. military, the Curve receives stations in the UHF and high-band VHF ranges (channels 7-51).
- receives digital and analog TV signals high-band VHF (channels 7-13) and UHF (channels 14-51)
- range is 30 miles
- thin, curved design can be placed horizontally or vertically
- includes 10-ft. detachable coaxial cable
- 11-11/16"W x 7-3/4"H x 2-7/16"D
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- Curve antenna body
- 10' White coaxial cable (male F connectors on each end)
- Instruction Manual
Could not be happier with this product. I was hoping to capture 5 channels: local NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox and PBS. Instead I now have 139 stations with perfectly clear pictures. Buy it! It's a great alternative to cable company hassles.
Kirk, Los Angeles
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Overview: The Mohu Curve 30 Indoor HDTV Antenna is a simple plug-in solution for receiving over-the-air TV broadcasts. The Curve 30 has a clean, designer look, and can be placed on a shelf, countertop, or table. It is designed for users that live within 30 miles of a TV tower.
Receiving Pattern: The Curve 30 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.
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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Why did you buy this?
Purchased one as a gift previously and had success with it. [ Gregory Jul 24, 2018 ]
Price [ Carson Jul 30, 2017 ]
Based on the recommendation of your Adviser Abe and the experience of a previous roof antenna purchased from Crutfield about 10 years ago. [ Rafael Jul 26, 2016 ]
I simply conducted an Internet search, and this is one of the items or options that reviewed well. I also engaged in an online chat with one of your advisors (Ringo), who was very helpful in my choice of the Mohu Curve 30 over the Curve 50. Ringo's Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=164 [ Todd Jun 24, 2016 ]
Good quality [ Brian Jun 23, 2016 ]
1 question already asked
I'm not sure because I bought it for my van and is used just for that. But it does work really well. [ Daniel May 08, 2014 ]
If you secure a "splitter", it can be used with more than one set. You will need to purchase additional F-pin wiring as well. [ ARNOLD J May 07, 2014 ]
I think it could, assuming you would want to string wires around your house. I do find I have to move it to get all stations - the curve does not seem to eliminate this need. I found it cheap enough over time to purchase one for each TV since I am saving so much over cable with the one-time purchase. But since Crutchfield has a great return policy, you could carefully try it without risk if it doesn't work for you. I cut the cord with cable and have not regretted it. Good luck! [ D BOLTON May 07, 2014 ]