Mohu Leaf 30
Multi-directional indoor TV antenna
Our take on the Mohu Leaf 30 by Crutchfield's Steve Kindig
An antenna that's thin, smart, and cool
Mohu Leaf 30 mounted on a window.
The Mohu Leaf® 30 is one of the best performing, easiest to install indoor TV antennas available. Its small, paper-thin design mounts easily to a wall, or just about anywhere. You can even hide it behind a picture on the wall. The Leaf 30 can receive free over-the-air HDTV broadcasts from multiple directions, so you don't have to move it to pick up signals from different TV towers.
The Leaf 30's sophisticated super-thin design is modeled after a mud flap antenna designed for the U.S. military. It can pull in stations in the UHF and high-band VHF ranges (channels 7-51). You'll generally get the best reception if you can place the antenna fairly high on a wall or close to a window, away from the TV and other components. The Leaf 30 is reversible — white on one side and black on the other — and is also paintable for even greater room décor adaptability.
- receives digital and analog TV signals high-band VHF (channels 7-13) and UHF (channels 14-51)
- range is 30 miles
- paper-thin design provides versatile mounting options
- includes 10-ft. detachable coaxial cable
- designed and manufactured in the USA
- 11-1/2"W x 10-7/8"H x 9/16"D
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- Indoor TV antenna
- 10' RG59-coaxial cable
- 4 Push-pins
- 4 Velcro strips
- "IMPORTANT!" note
What can I say. No monthly bill, channels in HD . Pretty good Deal.
Ozzy, West Hartford,
Mohu Leaf 30 Reviews
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Mud-Flap style Antenna: The Mohu Leaf 30 indoor antenna is paper thin and modeled after a discrete mud-flap style antenna designed for the US Military.
30 Mile Range: The Leaf 30 antenna performs best within 30 miles of TV transmission towers. Go here and enter in your zip-code to find out which free over-the-air HDTV channels are available in your area.
Multi-Directional: Because the Mohu Leaf 30 is multi-direction, there is no need to point the antenna in any particular direction.
Mounting Options: The Leaf 30 indoor antenna mounts on the wall, behind a picture, or just about anywhere to enable you to receive free over-the-air broadcasts.
Reversible & Paintable: The Leaf 30 is also reversible (black or white) and paintable to match your room's decor.
10' RF-Coax Cable: The Mohu Leaf 30 includes a 10' RG59-coaxial cable, giving you the flexibility to place the antenna much higher on a wall or close to a window for optimal reception.
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Why did you buy this?
Originally picked the antenna with the amplifier for one of my tv's. Needed to disconnect amplifier to get a good signal so for shorter distance needs went to the non amplifier anetenna. I am approximately 18-20 miles from tv broadcast site. [ ART Sep 16, 2018 ]
Reviews were strong and price was good. [ Paul Jul 30, 2018 ]
based on reviews from Cruthfield web site and I know a friend purchased this as well [ C Aug 19, 2017 ]
Good price, good reviews, good return if it doesn't work. [ Larry Jul 12, 2017 ]
Reviews [ D Jun 18, 2017 ]
Price and I trust Crutchfield to ONLY sell good electronics. Many TV shows I like are broadcast for FREE over the air waves. I have also purchased a recording device (Channel master DVR) so I can record these broadcasts and speed through the ads. This set up avoids the high cost of cable TV. I also liked the multi-directional feature of this unit. [ James Dec 30, 2016 ]
Good reviews [ Aaron Dec 19, 2016 ]
Because it was free with my rewards a points [ JESUS Nov 26, 2016 ]
good results with other mohu antenna [ David Nov 23, 2016 ]
I shopped other online retailers and felt this product price point and 30 mile radius works well for me. Thanks to the feedback provided by other buyers! [ Neil Aug 21, 2016 ]
basic antenna needed! [ DAVID A May 26, 2016 ]
tired of paying high cable bills [ Bryan Feb 24, 2016 ]
researched it on your website [ Carmen Jan 25, 2016 ]
I like free TV [ Kevin Dec 22, 2015 ]
Wanted to get better reception OTA than current antennae. [ Kristina Dec 20, 2015 ]
3 questions already asked
I didn't get it to work yet. [ BRUCE Sep 23, 2018 ]
No. [ PAUL Sep 19, 2018 ]
No. [ Michael Sep 19, 2018 ]
No you don't this is just a hd antenna it works very good ... [ RICHARD C Sep 19, 2018 ]
No! That is the best part. It operates like an old roof attennae! [ Glenn Sep 19, 2018 ]
No you don't, it picks up digital broadcast channels [ Michael Sep 19, 2018 ]
No, neither is needed. I found that this antenna works best in front of a window preferably facing the direction of the incoming television signals. I get like 18 channels where I am. I used those plastic pushy pins to mount my antenna to the trim around a window. [ MARCI Sep 19, 2018 ]
4 answers I had this as a back up antenna on my Sony tv. I got a new tv and now it does not revieve any channels. The thing I notice different is that on the old tv, it channel selection was say 3.1 3.2 10.1 etc. And now it is just 3 6 10 etc. It is not looking for the subdigits. The tv is a Samsung ultra 4k. is there something I am missing in the seet up? Thanks [ dan May 29, 2015 ]
I don't think I have an answer but my Mohu Works fine. When I first got my new TV I had to reprogram the stations and I was able to get the sub digits. My antenna was attached later. I hope this problem is quickly resolved. [ KATHLEEN Q Jun 01, 2015 ]
I cannot say for sure but I have used both the Mohu and Winegard HDTV antennas on my SONY HDTV's. Both have worked the same when scanning for station broadcast and did so as you experienced with your Sony TV. Therefore, I would think it is possibility do to the 'settings' on the Samsung 4K, that's where I would start to troubleshoot. [ Dwight A. May 30, 2015 ]
This is just a guess. Check your channel selection menu. Use "TV Antenna" or "Antenna" then do the auto-channel select feature and it should choose all those channels. If you did the search when the setting was on HDMI 1; or Cable it won't work. [ David J. May 29, 2015 ]
If you purchased the product from Crutchfield, feel free to contact our Tech Support team. They can walk you through the settings on the product and see if there may be a fix. Our toll-free Tech Support number is printed on your invoice, and is also available under the "My Orders" tab in the "My Account" section of our website. If you did not purchase the unit from Crutchfield, then you may want to contact the manufacturer. You can also post your question in our forums: http://community.crutchfield.com. Or try our online support center: http://crutchfield.custhelp.com/app/answers/list/kw/. [ Jeff May 29, 2015 ] Staff
Digital TV broadcasts require a line-of-sight between your antenna and the broadcasting tower. I live within 20 miles of Washington D.C. and plenty of potential channels, but because I am in a shallow bowl with a thick tree border, I cannot get any of the DC stations. [ Matthew Nov 18, 2014 ]
This was a gift for my son who lives in Seattle. A lot of tall buildings, etc between him and his TV. He has said it is fabulous. He gets the channels he needs with a perfect picture. He would recommend highly for his situation. Cannot speak to the mountain situation, but he said he would personally try it. [ Linda Nov 17, 2014 ]
I have no experience in "mountain" areas. I get good reception from stations approx. 25 miles away, in an area that could be classified as some rolling hills. [ Fred Nov 14, 2014 ]
I live in the Smokey mountains of NC, I get great reception from the local stations and from as far as 80 miles away. For the price, I would get one and give it a try. [ william Nov 14, 2014 ]
I know our mountain has serious cell plus, towers....they can't use the mountain top condo anymore because of antennas up there...microwave or cell...not sure [ Michael Nov 14, 2014 ]
doubt it, but its about where the nearest broadcast tower is , not nearest town. [ robert Nov 14, 2014 ]
This antenna works remarkably well, though I am in an urban setting. I do receive broadcasts from 50-60 miles away though. There are no mountains either here. So, not sure if my experience is relevant for you. [ Reid Nov 14, 2014 ]