Mohu® Leaf® Supreme PRO Amplified Indoor HDTV Antenna with Signal Indicator

MSRP: $109.99
Our Price: $89.99
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Enjoy the simplicity of an indoor antenna with the strong signal reception of an outdoor TV antenna. The Supreme Pro reaches a 65-mile radius (compared to the average radius of indoor antennas at 20-50 miles), making it one of the most powerful amplified indoor antennas available. 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. Receiving free TV is made easy with Mohu. Simply connect the antenna, turn on your TV, and scan for channels.

A Sleek Indoor TV Antenna That Provides Remarkable Signal Range

  • Award-winning patented design and performance.
  • Integrated signal indicator for a more stable connection.
  • FirstStage amplification mitigates the signal loss.
  • 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.
  • Discreet, reversible, and paintable to match your décor.
  • Proudly engineered using technology developed in the U.S. 
  • Easy to install – Simply connect the antenna, scan for channels, and enjoy free TV.
  • Includes 16 ft. detachable coaxial cable with easy-to-use connectors, power injector with 6 ft. USB cable, and hook & loop tabs and pins.

Range: 65-Miles

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    1 unit

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  • Frequency:

    UHF / VHF

  • FirstStage Amplifier Gain:

    15 dB

  • Assembled Dimensions:

    12"H x 21.5"W x .5"D

  • Weight:

    13 oz.

  • Color:

    Reversible White or Black

  • Includes:

    16 ft. detachable high-performance coaxial cable, power injector with 6 ft. USB cable, and hook & loop tabs and push pins

  • Warranty:

    One-year on parts and labor

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  • 2
    Supreme antennae

    Posted by George Coshow on Jun 2nd 2020

    It arrived in a small box curled into a parabola which is not how its pictured. Sent a photo to your tech assist asking about this and got no response.

  • 3
    Could be better

    Posted by Donlc on Apr 14th 2020

    I have this antenna in my travel van. It does not pick up as many stations as the leaf 50 does. The stations that it does pick up are very clear. This is 2017 and i feel like they should be able to build an antenna that would reach out a long ways for people in rural areas. I bought mine at Sam's club and was forced to buy this one and leaf 40 which is useless in my area. (Posted on 6/23/2017)

  • 5
    Pulls in the most stubborn of VHF channels

    Posted by Leo on Apr 14th 2020

    I recently decided to rid myself of cable. The plan was to buy a OTA Tivo and antenna so that my wife could record all her shows and stream the things that we can't get on network TV. Everything seemed okay until I bought an indoor antenna without doing research. My first antenna pulled in all the networks except NBC, which happened to be a low VHF channel, and also happened to have most of the shows that my wife wanted to watch. My local NBC affiliate suggested "rabbit ear" antenna and so I went out and bought that. The rabbit ears actually pulled in less channels and still no NBC. I went back to Best Buy and asked the sales associate what antenna he would suggest to get NBC and his reply was "either NBC comes in or it doesn't". This is despite that the tower is just 15 miles away. At this point I was very close to simply buying and having an in attic antenna installed..... My last ditch effort was to contact MOHU and see what they thought. Michelle explained to me that when it comes to VHF channels, you can pretty much cut the "mileage" rating in half and suggested the Leaf Glide. I plugged in this sucker and after a bit of finagling, NBC came in crystal clear solving this problem. I'm not going to get into how many channels this thing pulls in (it pulled in a lot). I will just state that, at least for me, in Memphis, it pulls in all the major networks that matter. And my wife will be pleased. As they say, happy wife - happy life. (Posted on 7/12/2017)

  • 1
    Not as powerful as advertised

    Posted by Michael on Apr 14th 2020

    I recently purchased this antenna to replace a RCA ANT1750. I received it yesterday and hooked it up today in the exact same spot and ended up receiving half of the channels I was getting with the RCA. I ran a channel scan prior to switching out the antennas and received 20 channels with the RCA. Hooked up the Leaf Glide following the instructions on the website and only received between 8 and 11 channels. Tried a couple of different locations and still could not pick up any additional channels. According to the Mohu website, I should be able to receive about 60 channels. I'm about 35-38 miles from the broadcast towers for the Detroit stations, and about the same from some of the Lansing stations, so I should be able to pick up more than 8 or 11 channels with this antenna, which is advertised as having the power of an outdoor antenna in an indoor antenna. My experience is this is not accurate. I've hooked my RCA antenna back up to my TV and am again receiving 20 channels. I am returning the Leaf Glide antenna for a refund and won't purchase from Mohu again. (Posted on 7/12/2017)

  • 4
    Better than the smaller leaf antenna.

    Posted by Connie on Apr 14th 2020

    We live near Cadillac, MI, and are surrounded by Manistee National Forest, resulting in many tall trees in our area. The smaller leaf antenna was able to bring in Cadillac local stations (approx 11 miles), but I was not able to get the Traverse City, MI, station, 40 miles away. This new larger leaf antenna brings in the Traverse City local station. I am very happy with this purchase. (Posted on 7/15/2017)

  • 2

    Posted by Skip on Apr 14th 2020

    I bought this antenna to replace the Leaf 50. I put it in the same spot as the old antenna. I now get less channels then before. With the Leaf 50, I got 26 channels but with the Leaf Glide I only get 20 channels. Very disappointed (Posted on 7/22/2017)

  • 2

    Posted by Skip on Apr 14th 2020

    Bought this to replace a Leaf 50. Put it in the same place in my apt. Leaf 50 got 27 channels, the Glide 65 only get 20 channels. Bigger is not always better. Very disappointed (Posted on 7/28/2017)

  • 5
    Great antenna.

    Posted by Ben on Apr 14th 2020

    Just received this antenna and I have to say it was worth it. I get most of the channels I watch on cable at no charge. And the picture and sound are great! Will be getting another on for upstairs! (Posted on 8/7/2017)

  • 5
    Love the Leaf Glide

    Posted by Bev on Apr 14th 2020

    I live 35 miles away from TV towers. Also, lots of trees and hills around. I was still able to receive 30 free channels. I'll never go back to expensive cable TV. (Posted on 9/4/2017)