Not just a pretty fascia – The RUARK R7 Radiogram
Taking its design cues from the classic audio furniture of the sixties, the newly unveiled Ruark R7 Radiogram is a masterpeice of contemporary hi-fi. It features an integrated CD and MP3 player, Bluetooth and sports DAB+/FM/Internet radio. It is DLNA certified for streaming audio from NAS and PCs. It has a built-in charging point for smartphones and tablets and comes with a RotoDial RF remote control with high contrast fluorescent display. When it comes to connectivity, there are additional analogue and digital inputs for a TV, DVD player or turntable.
A statement of style, it certainly catches the eye with it’s rich walnut veneer cabinet and aluminium and glass detailing. But it’s not all about looks because the build quality is substantial. The latest construction techniques have been utilised to create optimal sound performance. The unit weighs 30kg and is supplied with distinctive removable black spindle legs.
With a total output of 160w it produces more than enough power to comfortably fill a large room. Now that’s something worth taking a look at.