Mohu® Arc PRO Amplified Indoor HDTV Antenna

MSRP: $99.99
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The Mohu Arc PRO completely transforms the typical indoor antenna. This antenna provides a fresh look while giving you the same top performance as our leading Leaf antennas. The design of the Arc PRO provides both form and function – so you can proudly showcase your antenna in your living room. FirstStage amplification positions the amplifier right at the antenna, where the signal is at its best, for less pixelization and enhanced reception. The integrated signal indicator helps you find the optimal location for signal reception – LED lights let you adjust the antenna’s placement in real-time for a more stable connection. 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, 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
    Fantastic antenna

    Posted by Andrew on Apr 14th 2020

    This is my second Mohu antenna. I started with the original Leaf ( the one that looked like it was just a laminated piece of paper) and it worked fantastic. I was getting frustrated at finding that perfect spot, until you changed the channel. Then you find another perfect spot, except now the other channel didn't come in. I really wanted to use an amplified antenna in order to remedy this problem. The Curve 50 fit the bill. I set the antenna in one spot, scanned, and all of the channels come in perfect. No more of that one channel not comin while the rest do....blah. Thanks Mohu for making a great product and saving me some serious cash! (Posted on 5/19/2014)

  • 5
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    Posted by andrew on Apr 14th 2020

    i have owned ever version of the mohu indoor antenna. If you have the previous amplified antenna and you receive all channels, then i don't recommend getting the curve 50 as the quality is the same. When i had the previous amplified version, i couldn't get a strong signals on a couple of channels, specially if the weather is raining/snowing. Now, i get all channels clearly w/ the curve 50 even with bad weather. Unfortunately, i still need to move the curve 50 antenna around (best position is to point the antenna towards the window), and place mine right by the window sill to get all channels. The curve 50 is a bit heavier than previous models so you can't stick it on the wall. (Posted on 5/19/2014)

  • 4
    It lives up to the 50 mile specification

    Posted by Jeremiah on Apr 14th 2020

    I bought this based on specifications of it being able to get signals up to 50 miles out. When I received it, it was a lot smaller and a lot lighter than I expected. It is so light, the cable cord can move it easily. I wish they had made the stand out of something other than light plastic to help hold it in place, but oh well. As previously stated, I was initially concerned that this small thing would not pick up signals any better than a non-amplified unit. However, I was dead wrong and first impressions are not always accurate. I hooked it up and my tv scanned for my local channels. Most of the towers in my area are located between 10 and 32 miles away, although one is located 52 miles out. It gets all the channels in their full high-definition glory with no break up, however the station that is 52 miles away breaks up so badly that it is unwatchable. Therefore, their 50 mile claim seems to be spot-on, and I live in NC where there are lots of hills, trees, and other obstructions. Let's be honest, this is one pricey indoor antenna. I initially was going to stay under $60 and get the Amazon Basics amplified antenna, but it was out of stock. I couldn't afford to wait and I needed to get one quickly since I am kicking my high-priced cable company to the curb. The performance on this unit is great, but since it has a designer/modern look, I can't help believe there is an "Apple tax" on it just because of its sleekness, although you really can't blame a company for charging a premium on a great performing product. Even with the premium price, I still give it 5 stars on its performance. (Posted on 5/20/2014)

  • 5
    Best antenna yet!

    Posted by Andrew Stuart on Apr 14th 2020

    This product is fantastic. I had been using the original Mohu Leaf. It worked very well, but I wanted to upgrade to an amplified antenna. I decided on the Mohu Curve 50 over the Leaf Ultimate because of the look. The Curve works perfectly. I plugged in the antenna, did a channel scan, and 3 minutes later was watching free TV. It picks up every channel perfectly. Worth every penny. I would recommend this to anyone who is looking for the best antenna made. (Posted on 5/20/2014)

  • 5

    Posted by Works fantastically for us in the midst of Manhatt on Apr 14th 2020

    I am thrilled with the Mohu Curve 50! For the first time, we are getting TV channels over the air! We've been living on the ground floor of a 6 story brick building for many years, and we are at the back of the building, facing towards an interior courtyard in the middle of the block, amidst many tall buildings (upper West Side, NYC). Consequently we never could receive any channels at all -- I mean, zilch, despite the fact that we're in the middle of NYC and channels were broadcasting all around us. We thought this was just an immutable fact of life. We are not heavy TV viewers, but we had to have basic cable (not any premium or scrambled channels) in order to see anything at all. However, recently I decided to see if newer antenna technology would help, and did a search for "best indoor digital TV antenna for New York City" which led me to some reviews and a couple of promising antennas to try. With trepidation, we ordered a Mohu Curve 50. Setup was super easy, the antenna is attractive, but best of all, it brings in almost all the broadcast channels available in this area -- beautifully -- on our small HDTV. We're now receiving: NBC, FOX, ABC, WOR, PBS (both 13 and NJTV), CUNY-TV, ION, QUBO, NYC-TV and a host of Chinese, Korean and Spanish stations, where before we got none. (For some unknown reason, though, we're not getting CBS, nor WLIW.) But WOW - we're watching the Olympics, NOVA & Masterpiece Theatre on PBS, and just about everything else we could want to see -- and they look great! I am so happy with this antenna! (Posted on 5/20/2014)

  • 4
    MOHU Curve 50

    Posted by John G Roberts on Apr 14th 2020

    Great stuff. Do not expect miracle channels to pop up. You get the basic OTA Channels. I have tried it in the North Bay of San Francisco, where you get ABC, NBC, CBS, and even FOX plus a few randoms. Also, in Mobile, Alabama, you get the first 3 minus FOX... It is crystal clear HD picture though, and I will have the ability to watch major events whenever I want to. I received an APPLE TV for Christmas and it has been wonderful. So now I have Netflix, my Curve, and maybe someone's email and password to access HBO app, ESPN app, etc. Cutting the cord is not perfect, but saving $70 a month and about 700 a year is not terrible. When I am home now I watch more programming than I ever did. Plus I am motivated to do more work from home and read more. Give it a shot, it feels pretty good to call the cable provider and tell them you are done with the cable portion of your bill. The company I go through charges around $50 for the best internet possible. For about two weeks straight after my call they tried pitching me via phone, mail, and email to sign back up for 6 months free and a bunch of other deals. Don't eat the apple! The future is wireless. (Posted on 5/20/2014)

  • 5

    Posted by Ash on Apr 14th 2020

    Plug and play, no tech experience needed. Instructions supper easy to follow. Excellent reception and it functions as stated. I recommend this product. (Posted on 5/20/2014)

  • 5
    mohu curve 50 outstanding

    Posted by jwjones on Apr 14th 2020

    replaced my two year old Terk amplified antenna with the curve 50, live in Carlsbad CA, but in the hills and receive none of the close by San Diego stations except Fox, the curve picked up 90 stations in one position, weed out the foreign language, shopping and religion channels leave me with 36 channels that I watch, the stations that the Terk used to get are now sharper images, and twelve more channels than the Terk got even with repositioning, what is really amazing is that these channels are mostly L.A based and range between 50 and 65 miles to the transmitters, nice to have a product made in the U. S. and it delivers performance beyond its claims. (Posted on 5/20/2014)

  • 5

    Posted by Wayne on Apr 14th 2020

    I live in an area where it is difficult to even get decent internet speed (lots of hills and mountains to get over plus I have adobe walls). Tired of the bundling rip-off packages I decided to stream everything anyway. Missed my PBS station so I bought 2 of these antennas and they work perfectly in all areas of my house. Look good, work great. (Posted on 5/20/2014)