Summary: HAve had this radio for best part of 2 months, setting up is easy, the pre-set stations simple to establish, the sound is very good (especially Radio 2), scrolling text on screen, bass,treble controls available, FM stations and ability to attach AUX (MP3) to the system.
Summary: I'll start by saying that I like this radio. I needed a new radio to replace my aging FM set and looked at the specs and reviews of many makes and models. I eventually narrowed my search down to Pure and then just needed to select which model.
Summary: Bought for my wife at christmas. Dead simple to get going. Found all the DAB stations no problem. Got the battery pack and this is worthwhile albeit a tad pricey. Tone controls could be a little better. For everyday listening, a good little package.
Summary: If I wanted another medium size dab radio I would still buy this one but there are a few niggles: people have commented that it is bass heavy and i would agree with that. To some extent one can compensate using the bass/treble settings. If you use the aux input e.g.
Summary: Use it in the kitchen. Takes a few seconds to find each station. Volume incremental steps are large so one click makes big difference. Sound quality is good but we do live within 2 miles of the transmitter! Recommeded.
Summary: This radio had got great reviews on here and other sites so we bought it as a present for our Mum so she can use the radio outside. She can now easily tune into loads more digital stations. It looks good too.
Summary: I've had this for a couple of months and am very happy with it. it kicks a out an impressive volume and very nice sound quality. Instructions, menus and functions are easily grasped.. all very intuitive and its a stylish little number.