From Antennas to Streaming Devices
If you’re a new to cord cutting, you may find it a bit overwhelming at first. There are dozens of Over-the-Top services, and even more devices designed to stream those services. Heck, these days you can even stream Netflix from your average Blu-Ray player.
However, not all services are the same; and not all devices are created equal. With that in mind, you may be tempted in purchasing a device like Roku or Chromecast. While they are both fine products, Roku doesn’t support OTA and Chromecast has limited application support.
Antenna + Video Streamer + Streaming Services = Financial Freedom
The fact is that if you want cut the cord and keep the shows you love, you’ll need a few different devices. But managing different devices means more clutter and less convenience. It is for this reason, that I want to tell you about an exciting company named Mohu, that can help fulfill all your cord cutting needs.
What is Mohu?
Mohu originally started as a spinoff company of Greenwave Scientific. Greenwave was a company that built and designed antennas for the US military. Building off of their military background, Mohu primarily makes OTA antennas.
But times are changing, and Mohu is quickly becoming a household name with their new release: Mohu Channels; which is a service that seamlessly integrates OTA with Video Streaming. Keep reading to learn more.
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Their most popular item, the Mohu Leaf, is capable of crystal clear HD-picture in even the worst of conditions.
When CNET reviewed the Leaf, the reviewer exclaimed “I just tested one [the Leaf] in my basement, where TV signals go to die, and it worked better than the powered attic antenna…holy crap, the Leaf works like magic”
In the brutal world of tech reviews, the words “works like magic” don’t get thrown around often. The Leaf comes in three different models; the Leaf 30 HDTV antenna, the Leaf 50 HDTV Antenna, and the Leaf Metro HDTV Antenna. The Leaf 30 is for individuals who live within 30 miles of a broadcast tower and the 50 is for those within 50 miles. The Metro is for those that live in urban with too many signals and not enough space. Click here to read a full Leaf Review
Not content with just making antennas, Mohu has recently entered into the streaming device market by releasing Mohu Channels.
Now, if you’re like me, you hate having to run around to different products and services just to get the same television experience you have come to expect. You want to just sit back and click from program to program using one remote control.
With Mohu Channels, you can experience a seamless transfer from watching television OTA and streaming online; that means no more crowded ports or having to turn off one device to use another. It’s built on an Android operating system that allows you download and run almost everything from the Google Play Store.
Mohu Channels’ Android operating system also means that you can browse the internet as well. To navigate, a mini keyboard with Wii-like motion controls is included. If you’re not into motion controls, Mohu Channels is also compatible with IR-based universal remotes.
Last but certainly not least – they built an amazing video aggregation tool called Mohu One. To read a full review click here. To jump in and check it out immediately here is a direct link to Mohu One. Simply put: Mohu Channels is awesome.
No One Does it Like Mohu
There are many companies that want to offer an all-in-one cord cutting device, but very few succeed in that goal. The Leaf and all its models are some of the best OTA antennas on the market; and if you want the total cord cutting package, nothing ever comes close to Mohu Channels. As far as cord cutting solutions go, no other company does it like Mohu.
To read full product specs, or to simply make the leap, cut the cord, and buy the necessary replacement tools – click here.
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