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Pure Highway 300Di

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Overall 8
8.0

Pure Digital Highway 300Di

What Hi-Fi?
24 January 2013
  • Conclusion: In-car DAB is great, and if your car doesn’t already have it this is a pretty neat way to add it
  • Pros: Pretty neat, Easy to use, Adds lots of extra stations to your car, Sounds crisp and clear
  • Cons: Requires rather invasive, Professional installation and a dedicated aerial, DAB coverage still patchy
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Pure Highway 300Di

TechRadar UK
3 September 2012
  • Excerpt: People don't change cars nearly as often as they upgrade handsets, and even if you're not happy with your car's stereo head unit, it may not be practical simply to change it for a new one.
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Overall 9
9.0

PURE Highway 300Di

MacWorld
10 June 2012
  • Conclusion: The PURE 300Di is a great after-market digital radio solution for those who don’t want to replace their existing car audio system and don’t mind living with a separate controller on the dash.
  • Pros: Digital radio and iPod connectivity in one; crystal-clear, CD-quality sound; pause and rewind live radio
  • Cons: Requires installation; controller sits on your dash
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Expert Review

AVHub
17 May 2012
  • Excerpt: Get your motor running, get out on the highway… That’s indeed what you’ll be hanging to do; to hit the road and blast the tunes with the new Pure Highway 300Di digital radio receiver. Pure is the world’s leading Digital radio product manufacturer and its new Highway model certainly shows the company’s design expertise in this ever-expanding arena.
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Overall 7
7.0

Pure Highway 300Di review

Pocket Lint
2 January 2012
  • Conclusion: The key selling points of the 300Di are the ubiquitous playback options and the quality of the DAB aerial and, on the first point, we have no quarrels. But whilst the DAB reception is far better than we've experienced with any other vehicle-based digital radio setup, we have to say it was still a hit and miss affair. A lot more hitting than missing in urban areas without a doubt, but in greener areas we did run into more trouble.
  • Pros: Easy to use, more than just a radio
  • Cons: Hefty installation, DAB drops
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