As the mid-sized member of the Pure Pop family, Pop Midi is ideal for anywhere in your home. Measuring only 17cm high, 9cm wide and 10cm deep, Pop Midi is perfect for most bedside tables or kitchen worktops. Just like Pure's other digital radios, Pop Midi is Digital Tick approved so you can rest assured that you?re ready for any future FM to Digital Radio switchover. Features include, a highly visible clock, two alarms, auxiliary input and DAB digital and FM radio. For portable listening, Pop Midi takes an optional eco-friendly ChargePAK D1 or the option to use regular AA alkaline batteries.
Pop Midi?s form was designed with function in mind - simply push down the big button on the top of the radio to switch Pop Midi on and turn to adjust the volume. Finding and storing your favourite radio stations couldn?t be more convenient with simple tuning controls and dedicated preset buttons. Listening to your favourite song on an iPod is straightforward too, simply connect your iPod to the auxiliary input and select your favourite track.
Pop Midi doesn?t just look good. Like all our other Pure digital radio?s, Pop Midi has been engineered and hand tuned by our audio experts in the UK to ensure the best possible sound whilst the Pop Midi?s compact size makes it really convenient to listen to your favourite radio show wherever you want, whether that?s the kitchen, study or bedroom. With the option to fit a ChargePAK D1 rechargeable battery pack or regular AA alkaline batteries, you can also listen to your favourite radio station in the garden or take it with you on holiday.
Switch on to digital radio
DAB digital radio brings you high-detail digital-quality sound and lots of stations (many exclusive to digital). As well as more choice, the large clear displays on our DAB digital radios let you find out more about the station you are listening to, including the title of a playing track, the name of the radio show and much more. Digital radios automatically find all your available stations and let you select them by name, and there?s also FM for any stations that have not yet gone digital."