Pure Digital Evoke-1 Elgar
Product Type: Pure portable radios
Newest Review: ... silver grey front panel. It is mounted on four plastic feet which enable proper airflow under the unit. It is powered by a ... more
Customer Pure Digital Evoke-1 Elgar Reviews (2)
by - written on 30/04/07 (Very useful, 226 readings)
I have owned an Evoke-1 from Pure since the model first came out, and I think it was one of the best investments I ever made. This little radio is starting to look a little battered now, but that is due to my taking it with me wherever I travel around in the UK. It's performance is unaffected by the passing of time, in fact it has improved as new transmitters are built, providing many new stations, and stronger signals for other stations. To start with, a physical description of the radio. There is a fairly simplistic style to this unit when compared to some of the more recent DAB radios. The radio comes in a wooden outer casing with silver grey ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/03, updated on 03/04/05 (Useful, 108 readings)
In terms of performance, there is no difference between the standard Evoke-1, and the 'limited edition' Elgar version. The latter just has a darker, cherrywood casing, and a white-on-blue LCD display. If, like me, you hate the loud hiss of stereo FM, or the poor performance of MW, then I would whole-heartedly recommend investing in a digital radio like the Evoke-1. It's not cheap, but neither is it substantially more than a decent analogue radio, and in my opinion, certainly worth the increased investment. The Evoke-1 is blissfully easy to use. As you turn the dial, the information on each channel appears, and you can pre-programme six ... Read the complete review
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