Mohu® Arc PRO Amplified Indoor HDTV Antenna with Signal Indicator

MSRP: $99.99
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The Mohu Arc PRO has more features of any tabletop antenna on the market! Our FirstStage amplifier is located right at the antenna, where the signal is at its best, for enhanced TV reception. The integrated signal indicator with LED lights helps you find the right location to receive signals for a more stable connection. The design of the Arc PRO provides a fresh look to tabletop antennas - both form and function - so you can proudly showcase your antenna in your living room. Setup is as easy as connecting the antenna, turning on your TV, and scanning for channels.

Best Amplified Indoor TV Antenna for Design-Conscious Cord-Cutters

  • Integrated signal indicator for a more stable connection.
  • FirstStage amplification mitigates the signal loss.
  • Included base stand can be used for placement on a tabletop or use the hang holes to mount on your wall. 
  • 100% free HDTV – Networks like ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS, The CW, Univision, and more, are all broadcast for free over the air.
  • Multi-directional; no aiming necessary.
  • Easy to install – Simply connect the antenna, scan for channels, and enjoy free TV.
  • Includes 10 ft. of high-performance coaxial cable with easy-to-use connectors, base stand, and power injector with 6 ft. USB cable.

Range: 60-Miles

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    UHF / VHF

  • Assembled Dimensions:

    8.25"H x 11.75"W x 2.5"D

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    14 oz.

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  • Includes:

    10 ft. detachable high-performance coaxial cable, power injector with 6 ft. USB cable, and base stand

  • Warranty:

    One-year on parts and labor

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  • 5
    Premium HD Antenna

    Posted by Jean P on Dec 29th 2020

    I purchased this antenna to replace a Mohu Leaf 60 that I had on my window. I was a little skeptical since I had already tried two Mohu leaf antennas and the reception was not great. The Mohu Arc Pro blew away all my expectations. It was simple to set up and small enough to fit a small shelf near my window. I ran the channel scan and was able to pull 68 channels vs the 36 channels I pulled on the Mohu Leaf. All 68 channels were crystal clear, with cable-quality resolution. I am very happy with this product and it made my Christmas. It even arrived 4 days early, which was a great added bonus. If you are looking for a premium HD antenna, I would definitely recommend the Mohu Arc Pro. I am extremely satisfied with this product.

  • 5
    Very Surprised

    Posted by Blake on Nov 11th 2020

    Had an amplified antenna in my basement years ago that brought in only 2 or 3 channels. This one found 30, only a couple of which are too weak to watch. Reception is very good. Only problem is that my TV tends to lock up now (locks onto a channel or refuses to completely turn on) and the only way to clear it is to unplug the TV. It's probably caused by using this antenna with an older Westinghouse flat-screen that has no software upgrade option. Just something to be aware of if you're buying this antenna to use with an older TV.

  • 2
    Mohu Arc Pro

    Posted by Vicente R. on Oct 2nd 2020

    Antenna can't pick up VHF below ch.10, even with strong signals. Coax cable was poor quality, just wiggle or touch and I lost all VHF signal or its partly broken. Mohu should state ch 2-8 are unreceiveable with antenna. UHF seemed to be good.

  • 5
    A great value

    Posted by Timothy J Johnson on Jun 22nd 2020

    This is my third antenna I've purchased from Mohu. You cant go wrong with them. I'm able to pick up over 40 channels in my area (Cleveland) with absolutely no problem. It does help if you dont have any large obstructions in line of site of the the towers (14 story buildings and such). So the higher the better.

  • 2

    Posted by Tom Hendrick on May 25th 2020

    Gave Tech Support details. My SW facing window faces my neighbors house, so no bueno there. Tried the attick by using the old cable coax in the wall and a USB AC adaptor, but the results are no better than the bookshelf in the living room.

  • 2
    MOHU Arc Pro

    Posted by Tom on May 22nd 2020

    Disappointing. Two units don't work... Got the first unit, noticed finger prints on the antenna and only 1 LED when we should get great reception. Customer Service sent out a new unit (thanks again!) and this time 2 LEDs but still overall poor reception. Will see if there is a way to get my money back. We're less than 30 miles from the towers and this is supposed to work to 60 miles, figured it was a no-brainier. Turns out to be a no bueno.

  • 5
    Mohu ARC Pro 60

    Posted by Mike G. on May 20th 2020

    I have now purchased two of these antennas for my two small 32 inch flat screen TVs. After I set it up, I got up to 74 or 69 channels, counting the affiliate channels that were the same as the original broadcast channel. I love in Lilburn GA, in Gwinnett County, and was amazed to get so many channels. About half are religious channels, Spanish, Korean, and other odd ball kids channels. To my liking I am getting Quest, and Ion channels with old History and A&E re-run TV shows from the early 2000's and 2010s. The local channels; ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX all come in really good, however, with weather turning bad, it can get pixelated for a few seconds, but clears up seconds later. Overall, it is a good product, and does a superior job at getting channels in my area of Georgia. The larger the metropolitan area is, like Atlanta, San Fransisco, Huston, you can expect to get some 60 to 70ish channels, depending who is out there broadcasting. I recommend for these large cities, but smaller cities, you can look at getting 15 to many 30 channels. Easy set up, worth the money!!!

  • 5

    Posted by H on Apr 15th 2020

    very good and so easy to hook up,i will own the wireless version when it becomes available (Posted on 8/14/2016)

  • 5

    Posted by Adri on Apr 15th 2020

    I bought an open box Curve 50 two years ago. I lived in a bigger city at the time, and it worked great. I now have moved to a smaller rural town and have tried multiple brands and types of antennas. This product is far superior compared to the rest I have bought and returned. Living where I live, I was only supposed to receive about four channels clearly (with the other brands and types, I picked up about three channels) and I am able to pick up 15; I occasionally have to adjust the location of the antenna to watch certain programs. Next summer I will most likely put an antenna on the roof to see if we pick up more channels. Don't let the open box scare you; there is a one year warranty if you have problems. (Posted on 9/27/2016)