A really great and video really didn't kill the radio star!!
7 November 2013
Excerpt: This was the first digital radio I have ever used, and have ever bought since I still use it to this day. I wanted something lightweight and something that would look good in any room around the house, and this is why I settled for Pure. It's extremely user friendly and has limited buttons so it's easy to start using without having to look at a manuel which is great!
Excerpt: I like to listen to some music or radio when doing paper work at work, however when the one at work stopped working I decided it was time to invest in a more modern radio, and that's when I started searching for a radio that played normal radio stations and was also DAB. WHAT IS DAB RADIO? = = = = = = = = = = DAB stands for Digital Audio Broadcasts and basically means the radio enables you to listen to music and radio stations digitally instead of the old FM MW airwaves.
Excerpt: This is the third digital radio we have had in our kitchen. One blew up, one sounded a bit tinny, but this one is by far the best. Sound quality is excellent - it sounds far better than the size of speaker suggests that it ought to. The case is neat, reassuringly chunky. Setting it up was a breeze, and after a few minutes of storing our favourite stations, it was all done.
Summary: I brought this as a present for my husband, I set it up and was very easy to do. The sound is great and the louder you turn it up and it does not effect it. Would recommend this to anyone that wants a nice radio with great sound quality.
Excerpt: Since starting my placement/office job a few weeks back I've been listening to BBC radio 2 every week day, following Ken Bruce, Jeremy Vine, and Steve Wright through their daily material. Previously I found such programs pretty boring, and much preferred listening to my own music selection whilst working. I'm happy I've changed now, and though I still enjoy uninterrupted music, I find the elements of variation and surprise experienced by radio a joyous thing.