The Sky HDTV Outdoor Antenna
- Product Review (submitted on September 3, 2013):
I own and live in a house near New Orleans LA and own a lovely place north east in Mississippi about 60 miles from the city.
Before we moved full time from the MS house, we were doing the DirecTV route for our television consumption, we had HD and 4 receivers and were paying about $150-$170 per month, plus needed a phone (land line) for the satellite service (add $29).
Yet on average, we watched a majority of out television on the 4 main broadcast networks CBS, NBC, FOX and ABC.
Noting this fact, when we moved into the city (for my work and son's education), we got a minimum cable package, ATT UVerse along with internet service, why pay for what we don't use, right?
I decided to move back to the house in the country and discovered the MOHU line of antenna's and ordered the SKY because of the distance to the broadcast towers.
We installed it first just laying the device in the rafters in the attic for testing, and then outside on the mounting bracket.
We get every broadcast station in a 60-75 mile radius, including New Orleans, Biloxi and Hattiesburg MS, and one from Jackson, MS.
Granted the actual different channels are perhaps a double handful, but the quality is exceptional, much better than cable or satellite.
I am now getting a MOHU Leaf for the New Orleans house and one for my son's apartment (LSU) in Baton Rouge, LA.
Cut the Cord, Power to the People!