Mohu Leaf 50 Indoor HDTV Antenna (formerly Leaf Ultimate)

Mohu Leaf 50 Indoor HDTV Antenna (formerly Leaf Ultimate)Description

Step aside, rabbit ears! Make way for the all-new Leaf Ultimate, the most powerful indoor antenna yet. The Leaf Ultimate features the same incredible design as the classic Leaf, but now includes a revolutionary digital TV amplifier with a low noise figure and one-of-a-kind RF filtering. What exactly does this mean in terms of performance? It means that the Leaf Ultimate is optimized specifica


  • Amplified with Clean Peak filter technology: most sophisticated amplifier on the market that removes unwanted RF signals and boosts the ones you want
  • Modeled after a discrete mud flap antenna designed for the U.S. military
  • Reversible, paintable, and easy to install
  • Multi-directional; no pointing needed
  • 50 mile range

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by Mohu.

Brand: Mohu
UPC: 854449004026
List Price: $89.99.
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3 Responses to “Mohu Leaf 50 Indoor HDTV Antenna (formerly Leaf Ultimate)”

  1. Andrea Polk says:

    Previous to this purchase I tried the and at my home. Neither product worked better than the , and none of the three could pull in more than five channels.

    In other words – they didn’t work for me.

    When I saw the Mohu line had a new one – the Mohu MH-004092 Leaf Ultimate, I was pessimistically optimistic that with a 50…

  2. Wood B. Hermit "Seeker of the one pure and cl... says:

    Having purchased and reviewed the original Mohu Leaf antenna in August 2011 (see my performance comparison of the original Mohu Leaf versus the Terk HDTVa Antenna Pro), I was very interested in seeing whether the amplified version of this truly excellent and innovative antenna would yield any discernible additional improvement in my television reception.

    Since I know that I am not located in a twilight zone of poor television reception, I was quite surprised to discover that – if anything – the basic non-amplified Mohu Leaf that has now been in service since 2011 actually outperformed the Mohu Leaf Ultimate!

    To be certain that I hadn’t received either a defective antenna or amplifier, I even exchanged my first Mohu Ultimate for another one and yet I still obtained exactly the same disappointing results.

    Testing both antennas in precisely the same location that I already had determined to give me the best reception in 2011, the Mohu Ultimate did receive…

  3. IA "Nene" says:

    I currently own the leaf plus and the ultimate.

    In terms of performance, they both performed exactly the same. Based on Antenna web, I’m supposed to get about 50 channels using an indoor antenna. With the leaf plus I got 44 and with the ultimate I got exactly the same. If I install the antenna outside, I get 48 out of 50 on both antennas.

    So why pay $90 for the ultimate? It’s a good antenna (The best from all I have tested), but if you already have the plus, it may not be worth to also get this one unless u really need it.

    The only difference is that the ultimate has a 16′ cable and the amplifier is detachable.

    I took the amp and installed it in a non-leaf antenna and it performed exactly as the leaf (44 out of 50 indoor; 48 out of 50 outdoor).

    I’m guessing that what makes the leaf so good is not the antenna, but the jolt amplifier.

    ** UPDATE: 02/07/13 **

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