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Does this require a PC to set up, as opposed to an apple Mac.? The first one bought had to be returned because could not set up from Apple computer 30 Apr 2014
I did not need a computer to set it up but I did need to download the user manual. The radio was reviewed on BBC's Click programme which suggested it was more complex to use than other types, but I think it is fine. Buy the battery pack though because it maked the radio more useful around the home.
this machine is total rubbish and more than likely won't be working anyway
No. This function is actually quite limited. It also occasionally crashes on BBC.
of course you can. This is an International Internet Radio. I use it in Thailand and I can listen music from all countries in the world.
Yes. Once you are connected to the internet you can listen to radio stations from any country of your choosing anywhere in the world.
FlowServer enables you to play music streamed from your computer on your Evoke Flow. It is available for Microsoft® Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Apple® Mac OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard. To download a copy of FlowServer: 1. Go to the Pure Connect website at connect.pure.com. 2. Click the Downloads link at the bottom of the page. 3. Choose the version of Pure FlowServer that's suitable for your computer.
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