After testing out the new Mohu antenna we can say that the Mohu Leaf Glide takes everything you love about the Mohu Leaf and makes it even better. So let’s take a look at what is new, and why you may want to upgrade to the new Mohu Leaf Glide.
There are a few major improvements. The range is increased to 65 miles. While the range is something to always take with a grain of salt, the new Glide antenna is a huge step up in range.
The new Mohu Glide Antenna now works great with both VHF and UHF stations—something the old Mohu Leaf struggled with.
You will also find that the new antenna is a lot larger than the old Mohu Leaf. The Mohu Glide Leaf is about twice the size of the old Mohu Leaf. It still hides easily on your wall, so the size is no issue.
How the New Antenna Performs
In our testing, there is a noticeable improvement with the Mohu Glide Leaf over the older Mohu antennas. Not only is it better than any of the older Mohu antennas, it is the best flat antenna we have ever tested. The addition of VHF support helps bring in additional stations the old Mohu Leaf struggled with. The main improvement we saw was weak stations that our older antennas struggled with now came in clear.
Not only does it do better with VHF, the UHF also seems better. The new Mohu Glide Antenna uses SignalLift technology to optimize the signal and help you get a better picture. Again though there needs to be a signal there for the antenna to pick up. We found the Mohu Leaf Glide did best when we tried to pick up stations that the older version saw but struggled to bring in clearly. With the Leaf Glide, we found several stations that had been static filled came in clearly.
If you have the old Mohu Leaf Antenna, or any antenna you are unhappy with, it may be time to upgrade. The new Mohu Glide Leaf Antenna is a huge step up and offers a greatly improved antenna.
Now before you buy any antenna make sure you can get locals where you live. Just because you live within the mileage listed does not mean you will pick anything up. Hills and more can block over the air TV signals. We recommend the first thing you do is visit AntennaRecommendations.com and make sure you live an area with over the air TV before you buy an antenna.
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