Mohu Sky HDTV Antenna Review

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Mohu recently send me one of their attic and roof HDTV multidirectional antennas intended to pull in over the air TV broadcasts to review.  Read on for details!

MOHU SKY

We recently told you about Mohu’s new Sky attic/roof antenna for HDTV here.  Mohu was nice enough to send one over for review.  Billed as a multidirectional antenna with a 60 mile range, the Sky is based on US military technology.  It can be mounted in your attic or on your roof, and comes with mounting hardware to allow you to mount it outside.  There is a 30 foot coaxial able and amplifier included as well.  Here is what Mohu says about the Sky:

The Sky HDTV Antenna is the newest addition to the Mohu family and offers a completely new take on the traditional rooftop or attic mounted antenna. Weighing in at only 3 pounds, the Sky is a powerful, amplified antenna solution that was developed from research for the United States military. The antenna design is unlike anything that you will find in texts, literature or competitor’s products. Similar to the Leaf or Leaf Ultimate, the Sky is multidirectional and does not have to be constantly readjusted for optimal signal strength.

The Sky is small, powerful, and unique. With the ability to provide uncompressed HD broadcast to multiple televisions in a home with a range of 60 miles, users will not have to settle with a large, bulky or more expensive rooftop-mounted antenna. The Sky’s unique design allows it to be easily mounted in an attic where other antennas are simply too large.

The Sky features a tightly integrated low noise state-of-the-art digital amplifier to increase the signal range and improve the quality of the HD broadcast signals. The amplifier is powered via a USB port or with the included power cube.

Check out these product pictures to get an idea of size and styling:

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  1. Thanks for sharing your TV Fool report and such detailed results!

    It looks like you got the Fox station (18.1) with 2Edge path, 17.7 dB noise margin, and 51 mile distance. Did you try or have any luck with the lower-powered 24.1 PBS station from the same tower? Or perhaps the 4.1 CBS or 35.1 IND stations from other directions on your report? Also, did you ever try using the antenna outdoors? Curious if that would help snag those stations.

    I’ve got a location with similar paths and distances as your 18.1 Fox station, but only 8.8-15.6 dB noise margins, so I am curious how it performed on those fringe stations, and if anything can be tweaked to get them (i.e. antenna location).

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