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PURE i-10, Powered Universal Dock for iPod with Remote Control

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  • Universal iPod dock enables playback via 3.5mm stereo output
  • Listen to your iPod while it charges
  • Connects to any amplified speaker system and other products with 3.5mm stereo line input
  • Navigate and control iPod with supplied remote control
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 10 cm ; 599 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 907 g
  • Item model number: VL-61119
  • ASIN: B001HBIXSW
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 Aug 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (209 customer reviews)

Product Description

Product Description

Connect your phone straight to a DAB Radio
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Pure i-10, Powered Universal Dock for iPod

Love your iPod but want to listen without headphones?

The i-10 is the ideal companion for your PURE radio or indeed other device such as a micro-system or amplified speaker system.

The i-10 is a convenient and elegant solution for connecting your iPod to one of the many Pure products with an auxiliary input. i-10 can also be used with all amplified speaker systems and other products with a 3.5mm stereo line input.

The Pure i-10 is perfect for taking abroad as, in addition to a standard UK power adaptor, it comes with a 2-pin euro plug adaptor which can be used in a number of popular, European holiday destinations. i-10 comes with a remote control, is part of Apple's "Made for iPod" program, and includes a comprehensive set of easy-to-fit adaptors.

i-10 is also a member of PURE's EcoPlus range. EcoPlus sets standards within PURE for: reduced power consumption; use of packaging materials from recycled and sustainable sources; reduced packaging size; and use of components with minimised environmental impact.

Supplied with 9 different adaptors, i-10 fits all the most popular iPod models, is supplied with a fully-featured infrared remote control and charges your iPod when connected to the mains supply.

Box Contains

  • i-10 iPod Dock
  • AC power adaptor
  • IR remote control
  • IPod Adaptors
  • User guide
  • 2 year warranty

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    4.3 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    144 of 145 people found the following review helpful By Ian Spencer on 6 Jan 2009
    I use this with an iPod Classic. It performs a similar function to a standard docking station or a simple headphone cable for connecting to an amplifier but with the following advantages:

    * Remote control allows access to all menu functions - the iPod version did not control the Classic - plus a couple of extra direct functions like shuffle and repeat.

    * Volume is good through the hi-fi and seems to be properly matched so the tone is right, (headphone socket is reduced volume and muffled which is why it is worth having some form of docking station that takes the output from the iPod connector).
    * Uses own power supply so don't need an iPod charger and iPod cable which are separate purchases with the iPod dock.
    * Leaves volume setting on iPod alone which means can use headphones without blowing ears off or use hi-fi without fiddling around first - and blowing ears off when changing to another source.

    Comes with a 3.5mm cable so you may need to get a 3.5mm to RCA phono adapter to connect to your hi-fi (I've acquired oodles of these over the years).

    So it works out cheaper than the iPod dock for connecting to hi-fi and works better. (Note that it does not connect to a PC like the iPod Dock).
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    53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Bernard E on 29 Dec 2008
    I bought this as a compromise after getting a 120gb Ipod Classic for Xmas. As the intention was to connect my Ipod to my hi-fi I wanted the Denon Docking Station but the retailer did not have one in stock but recommended the Pure version as not only superior but less than half the price. Now I cannot say if it is superior but less that half the price I can confirm. This is a lovely bit of kit and unlike the Denon it comes with a remote so you do not put any stress on the Ipod connection whilst it is in the docking station. The only accessory I had to but was the cable to connect to my amplifier. Now I am cooking on gas (as they say) and am a very happy bunny.
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    42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 28 Jan 2009
    Right I'll be honest, new to the whole iPod thing but have an iPod touch 2G 16GB and was looking for a cheap way to get a decent line level (not headphone level, which is lower) to my surround sound system which for those of you who are interested is Pioneer with Celestion pod speakers and a sub. This unit does that very, very well, none of the flabby bass and sibilent treble you get going through the h/phone socket. The sound is surprisingly good, presenting a clear and tight soundstage. For £30 or whatever the price is today you can't go wrong with this, the remote works well but that's a bonus really, it's the sound that counts. Only gripe (which is a very unfair one really) is that if you have a protective case on your iPod you can't use the adaptors that Pure supply as the Ipod wont fit snuggly into the dock, but this would be true of any dock I guess. I leave my iPod in it's protective case and just plug it straight in without an adaptor - works fine. Genuinely - a great and cheap-ish solution to the problem, yes you'll need a 3.5 h/phone to 2x phono lead for a hi-fi connection but that's no problem. Great little product.PURE VL-61119 i-10 Powered iPod Dock with Remote Control
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Catbel on 1 Sep 2009
    I was originally intending to buy a dock with speaker system for my iPod Nano, but found most systems with decent sound were quite expensive. I was really pleased when I came across the inexpensive PURE i-10, as I have a Sony DVD player with very good speakers that I could use with the i-10. I already had a PURE radio which I find an excellent quality product, so I had confidence in buying the i-10. I haven't been at all disappointed - the i-10 is very simple to set up and use, it looks good and is made well. Overall, I am delighted with my purchase. Not being very technically minded, I would have appreciated it had it been clearly stated that you need to buy a 3.5mm stereo jack to phono connection wire to connect the PURE i-10 to speakers (the i-10 only comes with a connection for using a PURE radio as the speaker). I suspected I would need one, but, as I wasn't sure, I decided to wait until the i-10 arrived. Of course, I then had to go out and buy a 3.5mm connector before I could use the i-10. Maybe this would be obvious to most people, but I don't think I'm the only person who finds technical products bewildering. That's why I like the simplicity of the PURE i-10.
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Paul on 6 Feb 2009
    This is a great little dock. It looks quite classy, has an excellent fully-functional remote, and it sounds great through my separates hi-fi system. I simply cannot fathom the very bad review that this thing gets from What Hi-Fi - the lacklustre sound they report simply does not tally with my own experience. I'm pretty sure you can't get a better, nicer looking dock for this price. The Arcam dock may sound marginally better, but it costs 100 quid more and it has no remote... for me, it's a no-brainer.
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 22 Mar 2009
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    This is a well built and good value for money. Great to be able to charge without hooking up to a PC. I play this through my HIFI and whilst you know you have got compressed music and you do lose some quality when compared to a CD, even so, it produces a very acceptable sound. Great advantage is you don't have to change the CD.

    I would recommend this to anyone who wants to hook their IPOD up to a HIFI the remote is very good again somewhat surprised on the range of functions it provides.
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