Pure Digital Evoke Mio
It's stylish and fine sounding - but there are better at this priceWrite your own review
- Great styling
- punchy sound
- clean, well detailed midrange
- There are better sonic performers at this price
This stylish new offering from Pure is based on the form and function of the successful Evoke-1S.
But it's a far more elaborate design, with its combination of coloured leather – in five optional colours – and cream suede. The five colours are: red, pink (above), green, brown and black.
It's a fine-sounding radio, too. It offers the kind of performance we've come to expect from the mono Pure radios – clean, punchy and reasonably detailed.
It doesn't try (like some radios) to pull the sonic wool over your ears with overly emphatic treble or bass.
Instead, you get a good, honest midrange performance that favours voices and is a great listen in the long term.
The only shock is that the £150-£200 price band is so competitive right now, there are better sonic performers at the price.