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Pure introduces new Evoke C home audio systems

UK audio company Pure has presented its new Evoke C range featuring three all-in-one music systems.

The company showed off the compact C-D4, mid-level C-D6, and the flagship C-F6, which all include digital and FM radio, Bluetooth, and CD playback.

Internet radio, Spotify Connect, and a large full colour display feature on the top-end C-F6.

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The smaller of the new models, the C-D4, features one speaker and various ‘Room EQ’ settings which allow you to change the sound depending on whether you’re sitting in one place or moving around the room.

When it comes to the C-D6, you’ll get all the same features as its more compact cousin but in a stereo set up.

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Pure’s flagship model, the C-F6 adds internet radio with more than 25,000 global Internet radio stations available.

You’ll also get a large colour display and the ability to use Spotify Connect with the C-F6.

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Both the C-D4 and C-D6 are available at now, priced at £199 and £249.99 respectively.

Pure says that the C-F6 will make it to market within a month or so and will be priced at £349.99.

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