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Pure’s new Jongo A140B wireless hi-fi adaptor at CES 2013

CES 2013 is well and truly kicking off and today we’ve heard from Pure about their new Jongo A140B wireless hi-fi adaptor. If you hate wires when it comes to home audio then Pure is one of the best solutions around, especially when it comes to price and features. The Pure Jongo A140B will allow users to connect their hi-fi to Jongo wireless speakers and also the Pure Connect app.

The Jongo A140B should connect to most hi-fi entertainment systems, which is done via a simple optical digital connection, dual phono analogues, or by co-axial. Once this connection is made you can enjoy your music being synchronized and streamed to tablets, smartphones, and other devices.

Pure’s new Jongo A140B will also allow users to use Bluetooth for direct streaming, which opens the user up to an army of smartphones that support this feature. This can also be achieved via Wi-Fi and supports a massive range of Android smartphones and Apple iOS devices that are running iOS 5 and above.


The Pure Jongo A140B wireless hi-fi adaptor will release in 2013, and the official product page can be found here. The price is not yet published on their website. You can see a video below this article that had been taken during CES 2013, which shows you a quick hands-on with the Jongo A140B adaptor and other wireless speakers.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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