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Thread: Anyone have a Pure Highway in their car?

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    Anyone have a Pure Highway in their car?

    Thinking of getting one for the car... I'd like a DAB radio in it, the car already has bluetooth so don't need that function. The thing I can't seem to find is whether the Pure boots up with ignition on and then just plays the radio channel you were last listening to... or if you have to keep re-tuning it ... which could be a bit of a faff

    I can listen to Absolute Radio ( my favourite ) using the phone app played through the system, but it still requires a couple of minutes setting up every time I use it....

    Thanks

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    I've got a couple of DAB radios and Jaq has one in her car, they operate just the same as any other radio. Selected station stays selected even after start up; not sure why the Pure would be any different.
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    Thats what I'm hoping

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    My DAB is the same - same station pops up when I turn the engine on
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    I appreciate it will do that if it is actually the cars radio that is DAB ( our CRV has one) but as the Pure Highway uses a USB into the system it is slightly different, although I'd guess easier than using your phone to listen to music

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