After originally launching it back in 2013, Ruark Audio has this week announced an update to its R7 audio entertainment system, which has been designed to look similar to the classic radiogram, but with further features that make it compatible with today’s technology and systems.
The newly enhanced version has been updated to bring “greater control and clarity to the sound while improving usability” according to Ruark.
One of the biggest changes to the system is the enhancements to the linear amplifiers, which have been combined with a few changes to the crossovers, which Ruark says will result in better integration of the co-axial stereo units for a “smoother and more extended frequency response” from the 2.1 stereo sound system, which is capable of pumping out up to 160 watts of power from its 2 x 5.5-inch dual concentric stereo drivers and the 8-inch long throw subwoofer.
This can be used with a number of systems, featuring Digital, Analogue and Internet radio tuners, alongside a slot-loading CD player and even some newer audio technology like aptX Bluetooth, and DLNA, which allows you to stream music from Bluetooth and Wi-Fi enabled devices.
It also includes inputs for a range of equipment, allowing you to plug in anything such as a TV to Apple’s Airport Express.
The design of the R7 is probably its centre point, which has been hand-crafted, designed, and developed in Britain with precision engineered aluminium and a features a glass front panel. It also comes along with Raurk’s Rotodial to make operating the R7 a lot easier, this is because it does not need to be pointed at the system, or even in the same room as it.
The Ruark Audio R7 is now available in matte black, white and classic walnut for £2,000.
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Source: Ruark Audio