Australian distributor, Synergy Audio Visual, has today released the new Ruark Audio Mk3 R7 Radiogram – a home audio system which marries 1960’s aesthetics with 21st century tech.
For 2018, the “all-new version” R7 incorporates improved analogue circuitry, and the latest digital technologies for optimum streaming and multi-room capabilities.
The company claims the Mk3 R7’s old school design makes it a statement piece, suitable for most home decors.
Ruark claims to have drawn upon its thirty year history in “high-fidelity audio” to craft the revamped R7’s impressive sound.
Launched in 2013, the R7 is recognised as the product which placed Ruark Audio as a “design innovator”.
The new Ruark Audio Mk3 R7 Radiogram is available to purchase from Synergy Audio Visual for A$4,299, and comes in either a ‘Rich Walnut’ or ‘Soft Grey’ lacquer.
The company claims the R7 no longer looks like a ” piece of audio equipment, but rather a beautiful object”.
Ruark Audio’s Mk3 R7 Radiogram features DAB/DAB+/FM and Internet tuners, and claims to receive radio stations both with Australia and worldwide.
A “high performance” CD player reads standard and MP3 style disks, and is capable of music streaming via DLNA Wi-Fi and the latest aptX HD Bluetooth technology.
The Ruark Audio Mk3 R7 has also sports built-in Spotify Connect.
The device support Ruark’s trademark RotoDial controller, and exclusively for the Mk3 R7 is mirrored with a matching ‘radio-link’ remote. This special remote can control the R7 front any room, without needing to be aimed at the device.
A dedicated control and browsing app, LINK, will soon be coming for iOS and Android devices.
Ruark’s optional TV mount claims to convert the R7 into an even more stylish home entertainment system.
Full product specifications below:
New Ruark Audio Mk3 R7 Radiogram