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Pure Digital DMX-60 review

A typically impressive design from Pure, which looks good and has useful features like DAB reception - if only it didn't sound so plain Tested at £250.00

What Hi-Fi? Verdict

Good-looking, but not that exciting to listen to

Pros

  • +

    Looks and sounds okay

Cons

  • -

    loose bass

  • -

    sharpish treble

Pure has designed a decent-looking system that delivers a competent-but-plain sound. Vocals flow well, but there's a slightly sharp treble and woolly bass. Overall, expect excellent features, including live-radio pause and an SD card slot, but a sound that's lacking the finesse of the best rivals.

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