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Pure ONE Elite Series II Portable Stereo DAB/FM Radio - Black

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  • DAB digital and FM radio
  • Listen Later' to save your favourite programme and play it back later
  • Twin 3" drive units for high-quality stereo sound
  • Intellitext for on-demand access to stored scrolling text from participating broadcasters
  • Adjustable bass and treble

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Product details

Colour Name: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 10 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.8 Kg
  • Item model number: One Elite Series 2, Black
  • ASIN: B005OPKB0K
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 4 Oct. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (91 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,074 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Colour Name: Black

Manufacturer's Description

Pure ONE Elite Series II

A stereo DAB digital and FM radio that looks great, sounds fantastic and is easy to use, Series II of the What Hi-Fi? award-winning One Elite features improved audio performance and Listen Later, which enables you to save your favourite programme and play it back later.

If you haven’t experienced digital radio yet, you’re in for a treat. There’s more station choice, easy station selection, extra information on the display and crisp, clear digital-quality sound.

One Elite Series II takes an optional rechargeable ChargePAK for portable listening, reducing the cost to you and to the environment. Alternatively you can use six standard C size alkaline batteries.

Features also include an input for your iPod/MP3 player, digital radio pause and rewind, FM with RDS, Intellitext, textSCAN, kitchen and sleep timers, a backlit display and USB upgradeability.

  • Pause and rewind digital radio for up to 15 minutes
  • Aux input for iPod/MP3 player
  • Takes an optional ChargePAK C6L for portable listening.
  • Clock with sleep timer
  • Easy to use tone or radio alarm
  • Countdown/kitchen timer
  • 50 presets (25 digital, 25 FM)
  • USB connector for product upgrades

Box Contains

ONE Elite radio
AC power adapter
Owner's manual
3 year warranty

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

69 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Warmanns on 3 Jan. 2012
Colour Name: White Verified Purchase
Received this radio for Christmas and it does just what I need.
1) Bedside Radio/Clock, plenty of alarm programming options for stations, volume, weekdays/weekends etc. Great breadth of volume, Quiet enough (on level 2) to wake me up without being obtrusive and plenty loud for most sized rooms. Note: the backlight remain on when the radio plays from the alarm. The Audio quality is warm with sufficient bass, middle and treble although not top-end fidelity.
2) Recording - records my fave weekly program from BBC Radio 2 and plays back with no loss of quality. (I guess I could get this from the BBC iPlayer but having the radio based facility is easier.
3) Portable - can be readily moved from place to place (I need to buy the optional charging pack to take the unit outside the house). The plug-in transformer is small and compact.
4) Ergonomics - easy to use press buttons and looks attractive in any location. Chunky extended arial look a bit old fashioned though. Not easy to find the Snooze facility as its buried in the menus.

If the battery pack was included, slightly better Hi-Fi sound quality, nicer arial and easier to use snooze button I would award the 5th star.

The price is now dropping which makes this Radio a great choice.

20Jan update: All in all still very happy and I have now bought the battery pack which seems to work fine (not tested duration). However there are two restrictions to be aware of;
1)The 'Listen Later' recording is lost if you disconnect the radio from the mains to run on battery.
2)The alarm does not work on battery power.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Mariew0 on 31 Dec. 2011
Colour Name: Black Verified Purchase
I usually listen to the radio on my lap-top but have wanted a portable radio for ages so asked Santa for this one as I have been very good this year! I was a bit worried about buying a digital radio because, having done a lot of research and read many reviews, found that many people can't get their radios to tune in, or the radio can only find a few stations, or it breaks down after a few hours use. I couldn't find any reviews about this particular model which is quite new, but it has a lot of features, more than I need, and it sounded good on the Amazon blurb. As soon as I plugged the battery in and attached it to the mains it started tuning itself and I could listen to Radio 4 whilst cooking the Christmas lunch. The instructions are easy to follow. I can find loads of stations but I am not interested in very many of them. Most of the time I do not need to use the aerial - the only time I do have to use it is when the radio is right next to my lap-top. The sound quality seems crystal clear to me; music sounds good and so does speech. Santa gave me a rechargeable battery pack as well and although the radio has been on in the kitchen almost continuously since Christmas morning, only 1 bar has disappeared so that is looking good as well.I haven't tried any of the features such as "listen later" but if there are any issues when I do I will update my review.
The radio itself feels quite solid, it's stable and neat, quite heavy for its size. My one gripe is that it is supposed to be a portable but it does not have a handle - the radio is covered in a rubbery material which I suppose helps one to grip it firmly, but the lack of a handle was a disappointment. Other than that, I am very pleased with it and can probably squash it safely into my bag if I want to take it out somewhere.
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Challis on 1 Feb. 2012
Colour Name: Black Verified Purchase
Pure v Roberts: I listened to several radios before choosing this. I found the Pure radios more mellow than the Roberts range which to my ears were slightly too harsh (this seems to be a feature of the Roberts sound; I found a Roberts radio more harsh 20 years ago when I compared it with a similarly priced Sony - I bought the Sony).

MP3 capability: During my pre-purchase testing I was disappointed to find that, like my little Pure Move radio, the Pure One Elite (not the Series II model) automatically switched to auxiliary input when a 3.5mm jack plug was inserted in the input socket, and that the volume of the auxiliary source was not controllable by the radio volume control. However, the fantastic sound was more than compensation for this, and I found that, even at maximum, the volume control on other radios did not make my mp3 input any louder than the Pure One Elite; it could only make it quieter.

Having bought the Pure One Elite Series II (on the grounds that it was £8 cheaper on Amazon than what I suppose we must now call the Pure One Elite Series I) I am delighted to find that it does not automatically switch to auxiliary input when the cable is plugged in (you can leave it plugged in and press the `source' button when you want to swap from radio to your mp3 player), and that the volume of the auxiliary source is controllable by the radio's own volume control (and may even amplify it).

I am puzzled why this modification is not trumpeted by Pure, but all credit to them for responding positively to the comments made by the reviewers of the Pure One Elite Series I.

Sound quality: It is difficult to put into words how impressed I am with this radio's sound.
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