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Pure Evoke D4 Portable DAB/FM Radio - Walnut

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  • Real walnut veneer cabinet
  • Remote control and touch sensitive Snoozehandle for added convenience
  • Kitchen timer, Sleep timer, Alarm (radio or tone) and Snooze timers
  • Connect an iPod or MP3 player via 3.5mm aux-in
  • Stereo headphone socket
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Product details

Colour Name: Walnut
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 10 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2.3 Kg
  • Item model number: Evoke D440
  • ASIN: B00GR0LV1Y
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 5 Nov. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,205 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Colour Name: Walnut

Product Description

Pure's award-winning Evoke family just keeps on getting better. Evoke D4 is the latest version of this iconic portable DAB digital and FM radio, featuring real walnut or oak veneer casing and contemporary styling.

Evoke D4's stylish good looks aren't just for show - the wood casing, tuned speaker and latest digital amplifier ensure class-leading audio, so it sounds beautiful too.

DAB digital radio brings you high-detail, digital-quality sound, lots of stations (many exclusive to digital) and scrolling text displaying track titles, programme info and more. Digital radios automatically find all your available stations and let you select them by name, and there's also FM for any stations that have not yet gone digital.

Now even easier to use, Evoke D4 includes a convenient remote control and the touch sensitive Snoozehandle makes it truly simple to snooze your alarm. There's also 30 presets (with four quick access buttons), kitchen and sleep timers, tone or radio alarm, stereo headphone socket and aux-in for your iPod or MP3 player. Evoke D4 also takes an optional Pure ChargePAK F1 rechargeable battery pack for portable listening.

Box Contains

Evoke D4
Walnut
Power supply
Quick start guide
3 year warranty

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Gracenotes on 2 Nov. 2014
Colour Name: Oak
My mother's Pure Evoke has suddenly stopped working. I contacted Pure via their web site over a week ago and have heard nothing. Prior to that the volume on my Pure suddenly stopped working properly and could not be turned down from a high volume. This was sorted by resetting the factory setting as advised by the company. A few days ago my radio, which was on the standby setting, suddenly turned itself on around seven in the morning which was somewhat unsettling as I live on my own and wondered where the voices were coming from. An improvement would be being able to turn off the light on the radio which is unpleasant when you are listening in the dark before sleep. All of these things are a pity because the build and the sound are good.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Baggins TOP 500 REVIEWER on 5 Jan. 2015
Colour Name: Walnut Verified Purchase
I just love it, beautifully made from high quality components.
Super display which is very clear and automatically dims/brightens depending on the ambient light.
When on standby it shows the time and yes you can have either a 24 or 12 hour clock display.
Some have mentioned it sounds a little too heavy on the bass but I think it sounds just perfect.
The remote control works a treat and lets you do everything you could possibly need from your armchair.
What more can I say other than don't hesitate, just get one.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By LALLY on 15 Feb. 2015
Colour Name: Walnut Verified Purchase
Handsome looking radio. Good sound / reception.
Keeps turning itself off. Have checked the timer settings but still haven't worked out why
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By abozo on 15 April 2014
Colour Name: Walnut
Bought as a birthday gift for my wife; she loves it. It's used as a bedside clock/radio and (with the optional extra battery pack) in the greenhouse, where she spends hours.

Pros:
- Sound quality is very pleasing - Not Hi-Fi but smooth & rich, probably as good as possible given the size of the unit.
- Design is perfect - Quality buttons/rotary encoders laid out in a logical manner and a good user interface.
- DAB reception - All station are perfect (in our area) even without the aerial extended.
- Timers - 2 wake-up alarms, sleep timer and kitchen minute minder. Excellent.
- Display - Just enough information. Quality display with very good automatic dimmer.
- Look and feel - Oozes quality. Beautiful wooden finish.
- Remote control. Again, quality remote, not too small and fiddly; nice to use.
- Bluetooth option available (different model) should you need that function.

Cons:
- Expensive for a mono radio, especially with optional rechargeable battery pack. But we think it's worth it.
- Display doesn't dim quite enough for my wife (who is admittedly extremely sensitive to any light at night) and is dim in bright sunlight. I suspect technology limitations though, rather than Pure design issue.
- Would be nice to have at least six dedicated station preset buttons rather than just 4.
- Would like to be able to use the USB socket as a power outlet (phone charger). It's only use is for software upgrades.

If you want a quality portable clock/radio rather than a cheap piece of plastic with a thin sound, this is a great option. Be prepared to pay for it though!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By G. Render on 7 Aug. 2015
Colour Name: Oak
Over the years I have bought four Evoke radios. All of them have died. The last one died this week - 4 £100 radios all in the bin. An example of how out of touch the manufacturers are they insist the radio needs an upgrade but the upgrades are only available on computers that went out of date years ago. If you have a Mac/ipad etc forget it. There definitely is "not" an app for that. The last time I contacted Pure about a dead radio they told me they "don't make that model anymore, don't have spare parts and that I should buy a new one" and I did! What a muppet... I replaced the last two with Ruarks.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By markymark on 17 April 2015
Colour Name: Walnut Verified Purchase
£65 on Amazon lightening Deal, so that was nice!
I do love this as i'm a bit sick of my wifi and blu tooth issues of the last few years and have gone old skool back to FM radio albeit with more recent Dab tuner in it.
I have a dab radio receiver from about 12 years, a first gen one by Acoustic Solutions (the Portal 2)
The Pure Evoke D4 is better in every respect
If you listen to a lot of radio, this could be for you?
I'm not a music bore (i mean connoisseur?), but the sound quality satisfies me.
I don't find it bassy, it is on my desk and compared to the Portal 2 the bass is more restrained (thankfully!)
It is a faff to set up, there is NO FM scan! you tune each station yourself and the initial dab search may well fail sending the unit into standby. There is a firmware fix to update, but all you do is switch it back on and perform a Dab autoscan from the settings menu.

I'm using the sleep feature at nite (max 90 mins) and the alarm (set to radio) in the mornings.

The aux input feature with a ipad and 3.5mm to 3.5mm male/male cable. (the music is downloaded to ipad and therefor no wifi/blutooth heartaches!)

So that's radio, music collection and alarm clock all sorted for me. i have other options, but this just works for me at the moment.

Negatives, It's all to faffy? Too many button pushes to navigate things. eg press alarm1 twist select, press select, back out with menu button just to actiavte a one time alarm?

Baically if a GoPro camera spooks you out? maybe it's not for you? or if you love navigating an 80's casio watch menu (sans bleeps) it could be all you ever wanted.

(maybe it's the one mad/crazy/lovely thing in your life that has an off switch! although technically it's a standby button!)

Anyhoos I love it, in a mad annoying way!
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