PURE EVOKE-1S Marshal, Portable DAB/FM Radio with Unique Marshall Styling for EVOKE-1S Marshall (discontinued by manufacturer)
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- Digital and FM radio
- Unique Marshall styling
- Takes an optional ChargePAK E1 for hours of portable listening
- OLED display for superior contrast and improved readability
- Connect an iPod/MP3 player
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PURE EVOKE-1S Marshal
The radio that rocks is back and it still goes up to 11!
Evoke-1S Marshall is the latest version of this unique radio which combines the class-leading audio and features that have made Evoke-1S such a success with the iconic style of Marshall Amplification.
Featuring black vinyl wrap, brass effect front and authentic Marshall badge, Evoke-1S Marshall also includes both digital and FM radio, an input for your iPod/MP3 player, a clear, autodimming OLED display, Intellitext and textSCAN and lots of station presets for quick access to your favourite stations.
Options include an in-unit rechargeable ChargePAK and matching S-1 speaker for stereo sound.
- Intellitext for on-demand access to stored scrolling text from participating broadcasters
- textSCAN to pause and control scrolling text
- Light sensor adjusts the display brightness to suit the light levels in your room
- Dedicated kitchen timer button
- Easy to use tone or radio alarm (mains power only)
- 30 presets (digital or FM)
- Add new features as they become available via USB
EVOKE -1S Marshall radio;A/C power supply ;Owner's manual ;2 year warranty card
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Top Customer Reviews
The radio can be powered by AC or a separately available rechargeable battery and can receive Digital or FM broadcasts. It also has a line in socket (for plugging an ipod/MP3 player into) and a line out socket for plugging into a hi-fi as well as a headphone socket. There's also more features on it than I had expected e.g., various display options you can get when in digital mode.
I'd read up quite a bit on digital before I plumped for this and what I'd read had stalled me a bit. First that, surprisingly, the digital broadcast was supposed to be of lesser quality than a normal FM broadcast (if you know about bitrates then FM is equivalent to about 192kbps whereas digital is usually at best 128kbps). The other more worrying thing was that although digital radio has been pushed heavily of late, in fact the UK is out on a limb a bit in that we are using an old digital format (DAB) and most of the rest of the world have gone with the newer DAB+ format which allows a higher broadcasting quality. This may not sound too much of a problem but, yes, you've guessed it, the current DAB radios won't be able to pick up DAB+! It's not clear yet though when the government will decide when we go with the new format, considering how many people have now bought radios on the old format!!Read more ›
Until one of the radios broke....
So I decided to treat myself to DAB and have one with pre-sets so I would only need one radio on the bedside table.
Some of the reviews I read on this site and many others put me off a bit (time display being faulty, lots of bass sound, volume problems, case not fitting properly etc). Also, should I go the whole hog and get the next model up or even the evoke 3 ???
In the end, I thought £77 was worth a punt and that all I wanted was basic radio and a clock on it.
Ordered it Friday, received it today (Saturday) on free super-saver delivery.....
All I can say is, if it helps anyone out there, I have found it staggeringly simple to set up, it sounds great, I live in a valley but am getting 100% digital reception, it looks lovely and I know I'm probably a philistine but to me the sound quality seems just right....not bassy at all, and certainly better than what I was getting on my FM/MW transistor radio.
Hay, I might even treat myself to the battery pack in case I want to take the radio around with me, but at the mo, it's perfect and needs nothing else.
If you're put off by the negative aspects that several people seemed to have mentioned, I'd say risk it if you just want a nice little radio. If you want bells and whistles, maybe buy the next one up.
I like it anyway :)
Good points are:
1. Access to 25 radio stations
2. Sound quality is great. There is no hissing etc even at minimum volume level. A previous review mention there is but I can not hear any DAB interference and I live in a poor FM/TV reception area.
3. Setup is all done automatically e.g. tuning & time setting.
4. FM reception is also great in case your local station does not broadcast DAB.
5. The 'new' display is very clear compared to the previous model.
Not so great points:
1. Slightly too much bass? I think ... :)
2. A separate speaker is required for stereo effect.
3. Quite expensive for just a radio
I am really delighted with this radio as I now have more radio stations to choose from, all of which are perfectly tuned - no more horrible crackling, bad reception & white noise!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I could use a tone control as the sound is very low (and I can still hear higher frequencies).
Bought to replace an Evoke-1. Only snag is that the extension stereo speaker (ST-1) I had is not compatible as Pure changed the mini-plug on the S-1. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lozarithm
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