Set to retail for £399, Ruark claims the MRx embodies the exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail that has become the hallmark of Ruark’s range.
In terms of connectivity, the MRx offers a far wider choice than many similar systems, reckons Ruark. For those who like sound throughout the entire home, MRx also benefits from multi-room capability. Simply hook it up to the company’s existing R2 or R7 models for an entirely Ruark-connected home.
For wireless streaming, the integrated Bluetooth receiver with aptX allows quick and easy direct connection so audio can be played through MRx with CD quality sound from compatible devices.
With a broadband internet connection MRx comes alive and allows access to radio stations world-wide and an almost infinite library of music through on-line music services such as Spotify, Deezer and Tidal, with Amazon Music also coming soon.
A combined 3.5mm optical and analogue input allows auxiliary devices such as Google Chromecast Audio or Amazon Alexa to be easily connected and a multi-purpose USB socket plays music files from memory sticks and provides a connection point to charge/power your Smart devices.
The MRx is available through Ruark’s select dealer network, including John Lewis, Selfridges and many other quality independent retailers. The MRx launches today and costs £399 (www.ruarkaudio.com).