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on February 20, 2017
Like many others I am planning to eliminate my cable bill and am trying to find a low-profile antenna to meet the unique needs of my location in San Diego.

The Sky 60 was the first antenna I tested and unfortunately it did not fully meet my needs. I tested it in a variety of locations and it worked very well for all the UHF channels I need to receive, but it did not pick up the 2 high-VHF channels in my area.

Its design is great; is very easy to assemble and use and it handle signals from multiple locations with ease. The profile is small and should not be a problem for neighbors if you mount it on the roof, chimney, etc. I would have kept it without question had it picked up all the channels I need.

Clearly the suitability of this product to meet your needs will depend on your location and particular circumstances.
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on March 5, 2017
I live about 40 miles from the nearest broadcast station. Those that send out a hi-def signal are every bit as hi-def as cable. I'm getting more channels now than I was with basic cable service, many with old shows and movies, and even a children's programming channel.
With simple instructions, I had the receiver parts assembled in minutes. Installation in my attic was only a challenge because of navigating the rafters. The 30' of cord was enough to run from the antenna through my attic floor, down an upstairs wall around a pair of windows, through another floor and ceiling and along another window to my TV on the first floor.
I didn't expect to be so giddy about the antenna reception. SUPER happy with this purchase.
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on December 3, 2016
This is your first step in cutting the cord. Out of the box sitting next to one of my TV it found 50 channels and with a better picture than I was getting from cable.

I know have it installed in the attic. I am up to 60 channels. You should know that we are almost 900 feet above sea level so your mileage may vary.

The 30 feet of coax was more than enough for my house. I tied into the coax that was installed from the cable TV. It includes an amplifier and we split it three ways with no issues.

This was a super buy. We have no regrets
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on June 3, 2014
I don't think people realize that cable doesn't give them the best quality picture. We get wonderful picture quality with this antenna for the channel signals near us. I would follow what the FCC site tells you about what channels you should be able to get. We are in the midwest and some channels just don't come in that well. All the "best" signals are great. I think this is more whoever is putting out the signal, rather than the antenna. We are happy to have cut the chord. We have this in the top rafters of the garage and have adjusted the angle several times to get the most channels we can. Very pleased.
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on March 27, 2017
This product exceeded my expectations. We had a standard antenna and being about 30 miles away from our nearest metropolis, we had trouble picking up PBS at all, and FOX on a cloudy day. We got NBC, ABC, and CBS, that was it. We gave this a go, installed it in our attic, and now we get all the channels (including FOX and PBS) out of our closest metropolis, AND our second closest metropolis crystal clear!! We are so thrilled!! And I must say it is such a relief knowing it won't blow away in a storm, and that neither of us needs to scale the roof again just to fix the antenna.
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on June 4, 2017
did not work for me. had to return it. I needed a directional antenna. Went with Channel Master CM 3018. The towers were all in the same direction and 26 miles away. If in multi-directions and closer, this may work for you.
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on October 31, 2017
We love our nonexistent bill. The channels are clear. We catch enough channels to warrant buying it. But if you like cable channels. For ex. I love Fox News ! Or HGTV ! I have to read my news. Can't beat Tv for free after you pay for the antenna! Would recommend!
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on March 19, 2014
ABC, NBC, CBS and PBS all have broadcast towers within 40 miles of my house, but this antenna was only able to pull in PBS. I thought their claim that it could pull in stations 60 miles away would make receiving all four of those networks a cinch, but even with the antenna mounted on top of my second floor roof, ABC, NBC and CBS were unavailable. Fortunately, returning it with free shipping was very easy, and I do appreciate that.
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on March 26, 2014
My Mohu Sky arrived yesterday afternoon. I could not wait to try it out so I hooked it up to the tv and set Mohu on top of a bar cabinet next to the tv. I was able to receive 51 channels. Of course after removing the spanish speaking channels and religious channels I had a total of 30 channels for my viewing pleasure. They are all crystal clear. This product truly does what it says it will. Between Mohu, hulu, netflix and amazon prime, who needs cable. I have cox internet $62.99, hulu $8.00, netflix $16.00 (I still like getting a dvd), and Amazon prime $8.25, I pay $95.24 a month for internet and tv services.
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on March 21, 2018
If I could have returned it, would have. We are about 37 miles from broadcasting stations and I only get about 2 of the surrounding 20. Definitely not worth the money.
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