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It's a bloody funny movie, but Spinal Tap has a lot to answer for, specifically all that consumer electronics kit that attempts to appear cooler than it is by including a volume knob that goes up to 11, Tufnel-fashion. The latest in this ignominious list is DAB specialist Pure's Marshall Edition Evoke-1XT digital radio, modelled upon the ubiquitous rawk guitar amp, complete with black metal speaker grille and corner pads. Me, I'd rather connect a regular DAB to a real Marshall and freak the neighbours, but if you prefer the amp-look radio, it's yours for £100. ®

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