Rabu, 09 Februari 2011

Dont Wait! Cut to Cord! Mohu Sky is the way

Nail Polish review Mohu MH 004061 Sky HDTV Antenna

Mohu MH 004061 Sky HDTV Antenna

I've been a cord cutter for over 5 years now and I happened to stumbled upon this product while I was I reading an article on cord cutting online about 3 weeks ago. After reading all the positive reviews, I simply had to get one and I'm glad I did! Initially, I ordered it from Amazon on March 11th and it was on a two week backorder but i got an emall two days later from Amazon saying that it would arrive on March 15th and it did!

I bought the Sky HDTV Antenna to replace an old antenna that had seen better days and I also wanted something that would work when installed in an attic - I have a metal roof so previous antennas that I tried weren't strong enough for the signal to get through even with an amp so I ended up having to install them outside. Well, with all the rain, wind and lightening in Florida, I had to replace my antennas three times now; the Sky Antenna is my fourth and I believe will be my last.

If you are looking to cut the cable cord, you should seriously consider getting a Mohu SKY HDTV Antenna for your OTA TV needs. It really work and I would highly recommend it!

Get your Mohu MH 004061 Sky HDTV Antenna Now!

8 komentar:

  1. I've been a cable user all of my life. As a new homeowner I was looking for ways to save money, but still maintain a level of comfort in my new home. I have kept up with the technology "boom" for the past few years so I would say I am pretty good with most of the fancy new devices. With that introduction out of the way, I will be reviewing key points on the Mohu SKY that I think are important for a thorough review. Here goes...

    PRICE
    What everyone, myself included will notice first with this product is the cost. Think of this with a different perspective. First take the annual cost of cable and compare it to the present and only payment for the Mohu SKY. The break-even analysis shows that the initial payment only lasts a few months until your cable bill is free.

    BUILD
    The device feels nice and solid. It is extremely surprising at how light it is. The size will fit comfortably between typical roof joist spacing in an attic or crawl space. The mounting components are high quality and can be adjusted for any mounting configuration.

    RECEPTION
    After unboxing the Mohu SKY I wanted to test its capabilities. I took it into the basement, put it on top of the TV and scanned for channels. I was amazed to see 32 channels found! I then easily mounted the antenna in my attic and found 54 channels. Some channels are duplicates and others have weak signal, but the majority are perfect.

    PROS
    This multi-directional antenna provides excellent quality HD television from signals approximately 60 miles away. The antenna can be mounted easily in an attic or crawlspace. I would recommend to anyone looking for an HD antenna.

    CONS
    You pay for quality. The price is on the high side; however the product quality, customer support, antenna signal, and warranty are worth the payment.
    The very minute disappointment in the Mohu Sky is the 30' coax cable included. As a consumer I would like the option to purchase a longer cable if necessary.

    OVERALL SATISFACTION
    I decided to pursue the Mohu SKY over the Mohu leaf because of the range and mounting options. I give the SKY 5 stars, two thumbs up, and think this is a great addition to the Mohu family. I would urge anyone reading reviews to purchase this antenna.

    BalasHapus
  2. We are new to the cord cutting movement but thanks to the Mohu Sky, we are transitioning with ease.

    We live in rural East Texas and 2 of the 4 major networks transmit their signal from the Tyler TX area, which is over 60 miles away from where we live according to TVfool. On top of the long distances from the transmitters, there is also a lot of trees in our area and I was worried about that hurting the signal as well. I did a ton of research before purchasing an antenna. To be honest I stumbled on to the Mohu Sky right before purchasing a different outdoor antenna that resembled a space station more than an antenna. I ultimately chose the Mohu sky because it not only had great reviews but more importantly it wasn't big and ugly and it didn't require any additional parts or mounts. I did call the Mohu costumer service people prior to ordering because of my concern about getting those channels that were being transmitted 60+ miles away. Since every area is different, they obviously could not guarantee that it would pick those stations up but I took the plunge and did it anyway and low and behold IT WORKED! We now receive all 4 major networks in clear HD along with a few other channels. We are also streaming tv shows (Hulu) and movies(itunes) using our apple TV. We couldn't be more pleased with the Mohu Sky. Not only did it give all of the the channels that we desired in our area but it also helped us save us over $130.00 a month on cable.

    BalasHapus
  3. Darren Mccormick24 November 2011 02.32

    I've been a cord cutter for over 5 years now and I happened to stumbled upon this product while I was I reading an article on cord cutting online about 3 weeks ago. After reading all the positive reviews, I simply had to get one and I'm glad I did! Initially, I ordered it from Amazon on March 11th and it was on a two week backorder but i got an emall two days later from Amazon saying that it would arrive on March 15th and it did!

    I bought the Sky HDTV Antenna to replace an old antenna that had seen better days and I also wanted something that would work when installed in an attic - I have a metal roof so previous antennas that I tried weren't strong enough for the signal to get through even with an amp so I ended up having to install them outside. Well, with all the rain, wind and lightening in Florida, I had to replace my antennas three times now; the Sky Antenna is my fourth and I believe will be my last.

    If you are looking to cut the cable cord, you should seriously consider getting a Mohu SKY HDTV Antenna for your OTA TV needs. It really work and I would highly recommend it!

    BalasHapus
  4. Location: Bay Area (Sunnyvale, CA)

    The product worked right off the box.

    I have it installed in my bedroom on the 2nd floor and get great quality TV including NBC CBS FOX ABC.

    I now receive excellent quality tv ... a MUST buy !

    BalasHapus
  5. Sherri Ramirez28 Oktober 2012 04.32

    I must say, I had my doubts but,I am very happy with this product, it was simple to install and looks good on my roof. But, the best part is, it works so well. I live across the bay from Tampa and it is pulling in around 50 stations. Of course some of them are not for me, such as the Hispanic ones or, the shopping ones and the religion ones but, there are plenty that I do like and NO MONTHLY BILL ! ! Hooray ! ! Happily signed by WhistlingTom.com

    BalasHapus
  6. This is just what we've been looking for. Will be getting one for our beach house as well. Thanks for a great product!

    BalasHapus
  7. We have now installed two of these antennas successfully at different locations, eliminating everything from our cable suppliers but the internet connection. They work great!!

    Installation in Florida: Approximately 40 miles distant in each direction from two major antenna areas, one directly south, one directly north. Replaced FIOS from Verizon with AppleTV (hulu, MLB, free internet like youtube, etc.) and the mohu Sky antenna hooked to two HDTV's, one configured with a Tivo box. The antenna run was short and I was able to connect to two house cable jacks outside the home with a splitter. The splitter (Home Depot) must have one side that passes DC voltage from the antenna preamp power supply connected to one TV to the outside antenna. Since my run was short and there were only two devices, no distribution amp or signal boost was necessary. The internet service from Verizon is connected to another house cable jack and powers Verizon's wireless router. We get 44 digital channels, some from both directions. We had tried the Leaf and even the Sky indoors but reception improved dramatically when the Sky was placed outside about 12' off the ground. Saved $400 on basic cable per year.

    Installation in Illinois: Approximately 40 mile distant from two major antenna areas, one directly east, one to the northwest. Replaced Xfinity from Comcast with AppleTV (hulu, MLB, free internet like youtube, etc.) and the mohu Sky antenna hooked to four HDTV's, one configured with a Tivo box. The antenna run was quite long in this case and 85' of RG6 was added to the 30' of antenna supplied cable. The antenna is located in the attic close to a 110V outlet. The antenna preamp power supply is hooked to the antenna in the attic and the TV end goes into Motorola Broadband amp. Then, 85' of RG6 runs to a distribution amp that has the four output connections for the TV jacks. Tried without the broadband amp to the distribution amp but signal boost was necessary. The internet service from Comcast is connected to another house cable jack and powers a wireless N router. We get 52 digital channels, some from both directions, most from Chicago. We had tried the Sky indoors and reception was similar when the Sky was placed in the attic about 19' off the ground. Saved $2400 on cable per year.

    Total monthly charges for Tivo, MLB and hulu are $45/ month or $540/year compared to $2800. After ten years, it pays for a new car!! And while we do miss cable news, internet TV gives us so many more pleasant options to watch, when we want to watch them, than cable ever did.

    I wrote separate reviews on Tivo Premiere and Tivo's N wireless device. Read them before investing.

    BalasHapus