Pure has released a new tabletop digital audio system, the AVANTI Flow. It accesses DAB and FM radio, Internet stations and podcasts, and other streamed audio. You can also listen to tunes from your computer in hi-fi quality through its iPod dock that will work with most models. The Flow features Clearsound that utilizes class D amps and digital audio shaping technology. The system also has a subwoofer, an OLED display, 30 DAB and 10 FM presets, and is available now for £279.99 (~$404.00.)
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Intempo Digital has released the Rebel, a nifty little device that samples FM music from stations and saves up to forty of the most often repeated tracks as MP3 files. Even better, it cuts out annoying advertising and over-talky DJs. With its line-in jack you simply plug into DAB or Internet radio, then download to your cell phone or MP3 player. At a size of 195 x 80 x 70mm and a weight of 1kg, you can connect the Rebel by USB. The self-censoring digital music gadget is available for £69.99 (~$109.00.)
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