New Internet Radios from "Pure"

Discussion in 'SIR & XMRO Internet Radio' started by SIRIUSaboutXM, Jan 18, 2014.

  1. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    Pure Announces SiriusXM Internet Radios

    Pure, a maker of Internet radios has announced that three of its 2014 models will support SiriusXM Internet radio, and promises that more is to come:

    One Flow

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    Our most affordable portable music streaming and radio system, One Flow sounds great and is easy to use with an intuitive interface and context-sensitive buttons.

    Connect One Flow to the internet using Wi-Fi and you can listen to thousands of internet radio stations; play on-demand content, podcasts and ambient sounds; and play music streamed from your PC or Mac. You can also stream music from your Apple or Android device and use One Flow with our Jongo family and other compatible products as part of a synchronized multi-room audio system.

    Features include a smooth satin-touch finish, two alarms, a sleep timer and kitchen timer, an aux-in socket for your iPod or MP3 player and headphone socket. Options include a ChargePAK E1 rechargeable battery pack and USB Ethernet adapter.



    The Evoke F4

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    Successor to our revolutionary Evoke Flow, Evoke F4 with Bluetooth uses the same winning combination of worldwide internet radio and crystal clear DAB digital radio and adds Bluetooth music streaming, and compatibility with our Jongo wireless multi-room family.



    Sensia 200D

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    A fully featured portable music streaming and radio system, Sensia 200D Connect uses its large color touchscreen to add another dimension to your music collection, radio and more.

    Connect Sensia 200D Connect to the internet using Wi-Fi and you can listen to thousands of internet radio stations; play on-demand content, podcasts and ambient sounds; and play music streamed from your PC or Mac. You can also stream music from your Apple or Android deviceand use Sensia 200D Connect with our Jongo family and other compatible products as part of a synchronized multiroom audio system.

    Sensia 200D Connect supports instant and timed recording of live internet radio to USB memory stick.

    Delivering 30W RMS of digital sound via DSP tuned high efficiency class-D amplifiers for accurate timbre and detail resolution, Sensia 200D Connect has reality-enhancing stereo separation and produces immersive, room-filling sound.

    Its sophisticated color touchscreen is fast and smooth and can be used to show album art, weather reports, station slideshows, Twitter, Facebook, RSS feeds and photos stored locally or on Picasa. Options include a ChargePAK F1 rechargeable battery pack and USB Ethernet adapter.

    â€We know that radio is extremely important to U.S. consumers with 75 per cent of people listening every day or most days. Both in-car and in-home listening are also hugely popular with 78 percent regularly listening to audio in the car and 75 percent in the home**. We are delighted to be able to offer SiriusXM’s unparalleled audio entertainment through our internet radios and to enable SiriusXM subscribers to seamlessly access the content they love listening to in their vehicles, in great quality audio in their homes or offices.â€

    SiriusXM is connecting with consumers in many ways. Internet radio streaming can be accomplished on many devices. Making it a user friendly experience is another matter. By partnering with Pure, SiriusXM creates a seamless user interface that consumers are now coming to expect.
  2. MAJ Badmotherfarker

    MAJ Badmotherfarker is drinking a beer.

    These are cool looking! Now if Sirius would set a reasonable price for internet only...
  3. HecticArt

    HecticArt Administrator

    Those are pretty cool looking. I'm surprised that we aren't seeing more internet radios out there yet. I still want one with an alarm clock for the bathroom.
  4. kc1ih

    kc1ih Member

    How do you program these things? I have a Myine internet tuner and it's a pain to set up and select the presets using the remote. I also don't like that the Myine will only get the lowest bitrate stream from an internet station when a higher bitrate stream is available. Are these different in this respect?
  5. Grüpsaar

    Grüpsaar DRC Forum Bum

    I still have my logitec squeezebox. Love it. anyone that comes over for the first time and sees it thinks its so cool. And why wouldnt they? I use it everyday as an alarm clock (tunes to classic videogame music shoutcast stream thursday-sunday, Howard 100 mon-wed.) and use my spotify premium account like crazy on it...its a hit @ parties... Use the laptop, phone app, wii u to control the squeezebox, in conjunction with spotify, Anyones song request can be granted. I would buy that last touchscreen one if it was affordable.
  6. sjam613

    sjam613 Member

    Love my Logitech Squeezebox Touch. Wish they still supported it.
  7. goreds2

    goreds2 Well-Known Member

    Do you fall asleep in the bathroom? :buriedinbricks:
  8. Ehilbert1

    Ehilbert1 Ooh-Rah!!!!

    Have any of you guys tried the Grace Internet radios? I was thinking about getting the Mondo desktop radio from them.
  9. Grüpsaar

    Grüpsaar DRC Forum Bum

    I think tssradio carried the grace radios once. Perhaps someone over there could give you a review of it.
  10. HecticArt

    HecticArt Administrator

    Art takes time....

    No, I don't wake up if I don't have to get out of bed to turn the alarm clock off. I like to hear the news and some music while I'm getting getting ready in the morning.
  11. goreds2

    goreds2 Well-Known Member

    Any word up on these yet?

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