PURE presents ONE Classic Series II, the third generation of the biggest selling digital radio in the world, which has been updated with ‘Listen Later’, a new and easy way of saving a favourite radio show and listening to it at the user’s convenience.
Listen Later allows the user to set their ONE Classic Series II (SRP £64.99) to save a favourite programme daily or weekly, on week days or weekends, or once-only, and listen to it later. The user then chooses which programme they want to save by selecting the Listen Later button to set the time, duration*, regularity and station.
The user can simply and easily enjoy their favourite programme at a time which suits them through their radio. When playing the programme the user can pause at any time, and automatic bookmarking means that if they only managed to listen to part of the programme, they can start again from where they left off.
Listen Later is perfect for fans of programmes such as the Archers, Just a Minute or Woman’s Hour on BBC Radio 4, Dennis and Gnasher on FunKids, the Worship Hour on Premier radio or the Wonder Years on Radio 1.
ONE Classic Series II also boasts improved audio performance including adjustable bass and treble settings, and a luxurious, satin-touch finish in black or white, so it looks and sounds fantastic wherever it’s listened to.
Other features include FM, an easy to use tone or radio alarm with sleep timer, kitchen timer, pause and rewind of live digital radio, 30 station presets, Intellitext which gives listeners on-demand access to text from participating stations on sports, news, or traffic reports, textSCAN, which lets listeners pause and control scrolling text and an input for their iPod/ MP3 player.
ONE Classic Series II is an ideal travelling companion, providing up to 30 hours of portable listening per charge when fitted with the optional rechargeable fit-and-forget ChargePAK (£34.99). The radio also can be powered with six C Cell batteries.
*The duration of the programme that can be saved is between 30 and 180 minutes depending on the station’s bitrate. The lower the bitrate, the more of the programme can be saved.
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