Ruark Audio R5 High Fidelity Music System

Feb 4, 2019

Category: Tech

With music lovers at the helm, it’s no surprise that Ruark makes some of the premier audio equipment in the music space. Their latest offering is the R5 High Fidelity Music System and its classic design will elevate the ambiance of any room while it fills your home with rich sounds from your favorite albums.

Choose from a beautiful walnut veneer or soft gray lacquer body to pair with the subtle gray fabric front cover. Inside the handsomely designed system are a pair of 2.95-inch steer speakers, utilizing a lightweight coil and neodymium magnets to deliver unrivaled sound clarity. The R5 also has a 5-inch long-throw subwoofer that delivers a bold bass throughout the room. The system comes with a front-loading CD player and a radio supporting FM, Digital Audio Broadcast, and internet radio stations. And the Bluetooth music system also has an Ethernet port and Wi-Fi for comprehensive wireless playback capable of streaming Spotify, Amazon Music, Deezer, and more. Ruark still doesn’t have distribution in America, but the R5 will be available this spring in Japan, Australia, and the U.K.

Purchase: $1,310

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