|Model Name||Evoke F3|
|Mounting Hardware||Owner's Manual|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Display Technology||No Display|
|Display Type||No Display|
|Audio Features Description||Speaker|
|Speakers Maximum Output Power||5 Watts|
|Output Wattage||5 Watts|
|Wireless Type||802.11b, 802.11a, 802.11g|
|Speaker Output Channel Quantity||1|
|Total Usb Ports||1|
|Form Factor||DAB Radio|
|Has Audio Recording||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Has Self Timer||Yes|
|Remote Control Included?||Yes|
|Supports Bluetooth Technology||Yes|
|Product Dimensions||11.8 x 19.5 x 11 cm; 1.2 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||1.2 kg|
|Item Model Number||VL-62864|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||13 June 2020|
Pure Evoke F3 Internet DAB/DAB+ Digital and FM Radio, Internet Radio/Digital Radio with Spotify Connect and Bluetooth, Black
|Item weight||1.2 Kilograms|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||11.8 x 19.5 x 11 centimetres|
About this item
- Part of the iconic Evoke series, the Evoke F3 is an internet/FM/DAB+/DAB digital radio with Bluetooth and Spotify connect
- Tune in to more than 25,000 internet radio stations from around the world as well as all of your favourite FM and DAB digital radio stations
- With Spotify connect and bluetooth connectivity you can choose the music you want to listen to, stream from Spotify or play music or podcasts wirelessly from your smartphone or tablet
- Hand-tuned by Pure’s audio engineering team, the Evoke 3 DAB and internet radio delivers clearly defined, well-balanced and focussed audio across both music and speech content
- The Evoke 3 digital radio comes with a remote control included, but you can also use the Pure Select app and control your radio from your smartphone
- Pure digital radios are Digital Tick approved ensuring they are ready for any future digital switchover; all products are built to a very high standard and come with 3 years warranty as standard
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Pure's internet radios let you discover thousands of stations from around the world and offer easy connection to all of your favourite music. Evoke F3 with Bluetooth combines internet, DAB digital and FM radio with Bluetooth for all your mobile music and Spotify Connect* for instant access to millions of songs.
A whole world of radio
Tune in to more than 25,000 internet radio stations from around the world plus all your favourite FM and DAB digital radio stations on one compact radio.
Completely connected audio
Spotify Connect* gives you instant access to millions of songs on your Evoke F3 with Bluetooth, use the Spotify app on your smartphone or tablet to directly control your music wirelessly. Built-in Bluetooth turns your radio into an ideal wireless speaker - just choose your favourite music and send it wirelessly direct from your mobile or tablet.
Great sound quality
Hand-tuned by Pure’s audio engineering team, Evoke F3 with Bluetooth delivers clearly defined, well-balanced and focussed audio across both music and speech content.
High quality colour display
You’ll love the ultra-clear, easy to read 2.4 Inch colour display that displays extra information and brings a splash of colour to your listening.
Remote control using your mobile
Download the free Pure Select app (iOS and Android) and you can control Evoke F3 with Bluetooth from anywhere in the house. There’s also a fully featured traditional remote control in the box.
And a whole load more.
There are 30 pre-sets for quickly selecting your favourite stations, a tone or radio alarm, stereo headphone socket and an aux-in socket which lets you plug in your mobile or tablet and hear your own music through your radio. Evoke F3 with Bluetooth is also Digital Tick approved so you can rest assured that you’re ready for any future FM to digital radio switchover.
*Requires a Spotify Premium subscription.
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The speaker is capable of a surprisingly high volume level before any real evidence of distortion.
Wifi connection is solid and relable and mode/menu/preset navigation is intuitive.
I was just slightly disappointed to discover that the UNDOK android app which works with my Roberts and Revo radios was not compatible with the Pure F3. Instead one has to download Pure Select which is pretty much identical to UNDOK. Nevertheless it works!
Likewise the Frontier Silicone Internet Radio hub which Roberts and Revo (among others) use is not compatible with the Pure F3. One has to instead register and set up Favourites on Pure’s ‘Flow Live’ portal.
These are though just minor niggles and don’t really detract from what is a truly marvellous product!
So it's a bit of an odd-ball receiver. The mains electricity should have been built in or add a battery compartment.
As it runs on 12V batteries may be a problem? There's no handle either which I suppose is acceptable as it isn't
a portable. There should be an external antenna connection so it can be used like a tuner, if you're mounting in within
a shelf system you can't extend the antenna.
So, it's like a portable that's not portable.. In any case it's great. I was well aware of these shortfalls when I bought
it and accept this. Get one, sounds great and does exactly what it's supposed to.
I managed to set up the radio 95% of the way, its that easy, only storing favourites I consulted the manual.
The Internet Radio side of things is amazing. You'll never run out of choice, plus find stations that only play a certain style of music, that's a real plus.
In sound settings I have mine set to my personal manual choice, I have loudness on and on Bass - 2 or 4. Which balances out the low end so it doesn't boom over the mid range, plus Treble on +2, just to slightly brighten the high end, but thats personal choice.
The unit is very well made and feels substancial, the speaker can go loud and still keep things together nicely.
I originally brought a cheaper DAB, as my two Pures are in storage with other stuff, but the reciption and it's ability to hold on to a signal either broke up, or become distorted with constant pop outs.
That went back and I just brought another Pure, and I don't regret it one bit.
IMHO, only Pure & Roberts have my trust in DAB Radios, with Pure always my first choice, so if your new to this, take some advice, spend a little more and do it right the first time.
I can't rate this unit high enough, the firmware is upgradable, and with Pures back up, will keep this running for years. Not to mention three years warranty.
Mt first radio was a Pure Evoke 1, which is now over ten years old, and apart from me accidentally breaking the transformer plug (£8 replacement) it's as good and solid as the day I brought it.
To pair it with your router requires you to scan for it on the radio screen, choose it. Them press the WPS button on the Router and job done, it's that easy.
I'm a serious HiFi nerd lol, and I'm very fussy regarding anything that plays music, and for the price, you receive more than your moneys worth with this Radio!
However it was not too long before I noticed that the radio would unexpectedly reboot itself, sometimes it would come back online. Increasingly more often than not, it would fail to connect to the network and require the settings to be entered again, this was annoying as for security purposes I don't use WPS configuration, so I had to re-enter everything using the dial, tedious to say the least. Once saved, settings might last for a few hours of continuous play, and then repeat the process. I tried doing a firmware update but there was nothing new available. The location of the radio had good wifi reception, but that should not have affected the settings being stored and then lost. After waiting for a software update for the last 3 months, and re-entering the settings for the umpteenth time I finally decided that it had to go back. Amazon were really good and have authorised a refund, so might be a recognised problem.