A sleek stylish and versatile radio with a difference this impressive black 'One Flow' digital internet radio from Pure has an array of useful features including an easy-to-use touch sensitive user interface with yellow-on-black LCD display, a custom wound mid-range speaker, an auxiliary input for your MP3 or CD player. Its 24-hour clock's features include an alarm setting, adjustable kitchen timer, adjustable sleep timer and automatic dimming display. This internet radio from Pure features a touch sensitive user interface with yellow-on-black LCD display, a custom wound mid-range speaker, an auxiliary input for your MP3 or CD player and a 24-hour clock with alarm setting, adjustable kitchen timer, adjustable sleep timer and automatic dimming display.
Model no: VL-61558
RadioáDigital (DAB/DAB+/DMB-Radio), FM and internet radio (Wi-Fi)
Wirelessá802.11b and 802.11g supported with WEP and WPA/WPA2 encryption. 0.5 MB broadband speed recommended
Media StreamingáAudio codecs supported include WMA (Standard V9), AAC, MP3, MP2. Media streaming requires UPnP server or PC/MAC running UPnP server software
Speakeráfull-range 3.5" drive unit
Audio power outputá2.5W RMS
Input connectorsá5.5V DC power adaptor socket (adapter supplied). 3.5mm line-in for auxiliary devices. USB (mini-AB type) for product software updates (also available over Wi-Fi)
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