R7 MK3 High Fidelity Radiogram

Sep 21, 2017

Category: Tech

Having a high fidelity audio setup is great. Having a high fidelity audio setup that looks as good as it sounds? That’s the dream. A dream inhabited solely by the R7 MK3 High Fidelity Radiogram.

Coming in either a walnut wood or grey lacquer finish, this home audio unit boasts a classic mid-century design on the outside and a broad range of cutting-edge tech on the inside. The third generation of the R7 features a dedicated turntable input, a CD player, super high resolution aptX HD Bluetooth receiver, Spotify Connect integration, and switchable analogue and digital inputs. Whatever your preference in format, this unit can play it in high fidelity through its two 140mm dual concentric drive units and 200m integrated active subwoofer. As of right now, no price has been released. These are expected to end up at dealers starting in October.

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