you need furniture and you also need music for entertainment, so why not put the two together for a seamlessly blended look? and this is what the Ruark Audio R7 High Fidelity Radiogram has to offer. slated to be available later this year, this 2,000 quids flagship from Ruark Audio features an alluring 60s contemporary look made up of walnut veneer, black lacquer legs and a main entertainment center of aluminum and glass construct. at its heart, it has a DAB/DAB+/FM tuner with RDS, a MP3-compatible slot-loading CD player, and also have Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity for wireless audio streaming. a RotoDial gives you control over the rig and it is removable to double as a remote control.
audio reproduction duty is undertaken by a pair of 5.5″ dual concentric stereo drivers, a 8″ long throw sub – bolstered by adjustable EQ settings, enhanced 3D sound processing and hi-fi Class A-B linear amplifiers. all told, the R7 is set to offer your home some 160W of audio power output. as far as inputs are concerned, it is equipped with a charge-port for charging your smart devices, stereo headphone output jack, optical and coaxial, as well as RCA connectors. if you are in for the integrated and unique look home entertainment setup, the Ruark Audio R7 High Fidelity Radiogram might just be it, though its thrown back design might not the cuppa for everyone. that said, you have now till end of the year to tear down your interior and give it the appropriate 60s styling to go with this. your choice.