Pure ONE Flow

$149.00 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1The Pure ONE Flow is a portable digital, FM, and internet radio. Whilst the ONE Flow might look like a basic radio found in many homes, it is actually packed with a host of features. Aside from the standard FM radio, there are also digital radio (DAB/DAB+/DMB), local wireless network media streaming (via UPnP) and  internet radio capabilities via b/g wireless networks.

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It is powered by a DC power adapter or a rechargeable battery pack which unfortunately must be purchased separately. Audio output options consist of a 2.5W RMS speaker and a 3.5mm stereo jack. Updates for the radio can be downloaded/installed over the wifi connection or the built-in USB port. The Pure ONE Flow is a good option for those looking for a device with a solid set of basic features.

Features /Specifications

  • Radio: Digital (DAB/DAB+/DMB-Radio), FM and internet (Wi-Fi)
  • Wireless: 802.11b and 802.11g supported with WEP and WPA/WPA2 encryption
  • Media Streaming: Audio codecs supported include WMA (Standard V9), AAC, MP3, MP2, Real Audio (cook). Media streaming requires UPnP server or PC/MAC running UPnP server software 
  • Speaker: 3.5" full range driver
  • Audio power output: 2.5 W RMS
  • Input connectors: 5.5V DC power adaptor socket (adapter supplied). 3.5mm Line-in for auxiliary devices. USB (mini-AB type) for product updates (also available over Wi-Fi)
  • Output connectors: 3.5mm stereo out
  • Controls: 3 context-sensitive buttons. Rotary volume, rotary navigate/select
  • Presets: 30 digital radio, 10 FM radio and unlimited internet radio favourites 
  • Display: Graphical LCD. 128 x 64 pixels. Yellow Green LED backlight
  • Mains power supply: 100-240V, 50/60Hz 5.5V DC external power adapter
  • ChargePAK E1 rechargeable battery pack (available separately)
  • Weight: 0.65 kg
  • Comprehensive two year warranty

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