The new Mohu Striker HDTV antenna has a 75-mile range

Mohu has released a new HDTV antenna called the Mohu Striker (opens in new tab), and it's one of the largest antennas around. The Striker has a 75 mile radius and is designed to be used outdoors. The size, the included mounting kit, and the 30-foot coaxial cable, means you'll have a lot of options on where you want to place it. The way it screws to the side of wherever you live will make it seem like just another part of the home.

Like other modern HDTV antennas, it is multi-directional and doesn't require you to point it in any particular direction. However, if you don't live in a very urban area you might want to check out this site to make sure it's worth the investment. The 75 mile range is pretty extreme, so chances are even if it's not perfect you will still get at least a few channels from local towers. Ideally, you'll be able to pick up free HD versions of all the major networks, including ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, The CW, and more.

Mohu is no stranger to the world of HDTV antennas, either. The Mohu Leaf 50 (opens in new tab) used to be one of CordCutter's top picks for best over-the-air antennas, and right now the Mohu Blade (opens in new tab) gets the nod for most stylish.

You could also pair an antenna like this with something like the HDHomeRun Connect tuner (opens in new tab). You're just forgetting all about cable subscriptions with a setup like this, since the HDHomeRun Connect devices let you take all the channels your antenna is picking up and broadcast them to your favorite mobile devices.

The Striker is currently going for $129.99 on Mohu's website (opens in new tab), and it will be available on Amazon soon enough as well. There isn't a lot of competition in the 75-mile antenna range, but if you're working on a budget the ClearStream 2MAX (opens in new tab) has a 60-mile range and is only $50. And if budget is a bigger issue than range, try the AmazonBasics 50-mile antenna (opens in new tab) for just $28.

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  • This is a receive only antenna, right? So how exactly does it have a range? Range matters for the transmitter. If the signals don't reach your antenna, you're out of luck no matter what type of antenna you have.
  • I have purchased many antennas due to where I live, though less than 75 miles from the tower. None of the Mohu's would work for me, even the powered one. I ended up buying a super cheap RCA one that works wonderfully. I would prefer to use Mohu as it looks nicer than my RCA, but at that price not even worth it. Though, I am very surprised that the non powered RCS worked and the Powered Mohu didn't.
  • A much better site to check your TV signal coverage can be found here: It works for Canada as well as the USA, and can take into account your exact coordinates and antenna height above ground level, giving you signal strengths and the directions they're coming from (if you have a directional antenna).