Written on: 01/11/2012 by RoyBurton (1 review written)
I bought a Pure Evoke-2 radio for a Christmas present for my wife about 2 years ago. Unfortunately, although we live in the metropolitan area of Perth, there is no reception. I think that this may be because of a steep hill behind our house. I know nothing about radios and how the waves are transmitted. What I do know is that, although digital radio has been spruked as being the best thing since sliced bread, and from what I've read, the Pure radio is the best, the one I bought doesn't... (read more)
Written on: 16/12/2012
You always see reviews from people who have had a product for a month or 2 - I thought I would buck the trend... I was bought these in 2001 for my 13th Birthday!!
Written on: 26/12/2012 by Bazzaman
There very good headphones, but I found a problem... They are really bad for rock music, punk rock, metal, grunge and just about anything like that. Although, my friend who is into all rap and dubstep gave them ago and said " they sound good to me?"
Written on: 06/01/2013
Usually you have your music organized in your own way. This device does not respect your organization. It creates a new organization depending on the artist, album and genre, but you cannot find your own folders.
Written on: 12/01/2013 by nugsy
I had to write a review for these speakers for anybody that may be interested in buying some. I have given 5 stars simply because they're the best I've had. I appreciate that there are better out there, but as I picked mine up for an average of £35 pair, they deserve no less than 5 stars. I have 5. 3 of which are the newer Q15.2 model. Originally I bought these to match my Q35's in a surround sound system and what a system! I have a Denon 7.1 amp to run them. I have read several... (read more)
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