A few days ago we talked about the speaker system integrated Echo table. Exhibiting a similar elegant bearing, albeit with a more retro 60’s essence, now we have come across the Ruark Audio R7. The home audio system showcases an exquisite walnut veneer cabinet that is supported on lithe black lacquered wooden legs. This refined rustic element is contrasted with the incorporation of a front-central panel, handsomely crafted from glass and aluminum. However, beyond its ethereal aesthetics, the panel does comprise of a slew of user oriented mechanisms, including a DAB+/FM/internet radio, a CD/MP3 player and controls. Furthermore, it also possesses the capability of streaming music ‘wirelessly’ via both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
The usability credentials are not just limited to Ruark Audio R7’s wireless modes. The audio system also boasts of a remote controlling scope, which is by a removable RotoDial. And, if you are still not enticed by all of these classy features, the ‘power-train’ of the system entails dual concentric drivers, high-fidelity Class A-B linear amplifiers, an 8-inch sub-woofer (with a boisterous magnet system) and 160 watts of power supply. So, at the end of the day, it is all about the provision of high-quality sound with clean bass effects and remarkable depth.
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