Ruark Audio the family-owned British audio company founded in 1986 has this week unveiled its latest creation in the form of the Ruark Audio MRx, the company’s first connected wireless speaker. The latest addition to the company’s range is compatible with the already available Ruark Audio R2 Mk3 “all in one” music system and the Ruark Audio R7 Mk3 radiogram and will be available to purchase during May 2018 priced at £400 or $560.
Measuring 11.8 x 7.1 x 7.1 inches in its horizontal orientation the MRx features Ruark’s trademark modern design and can be controlled by the company’s new Link smartphone companion application. The multiroom speaker has been specifically built for wireless streaming and offers a wide choice of options . “For direct streaming, its Bluetooth receiver allows quick and easy connection and with aptX technology you will enjoy CD quality sound from compatible devices. With a broadband internet connection MRx comes alive and allows access to internet radio and an almost infinite library of music through online services such as Spotify, Deezer and Tidal, with Amazon Music also coming soon. Moreover you can also stream music stored on other networked computers and also from your phone.”
Specifically for the new MRx wireless speaker, Ruark Audio have developed new speaker units based on the driver technology from their award-winning MR1 Mk2. Taking the form of a new cone and coil assembly coupled with the powerful neodymium magnet system provides a full-range driver with unrivalled performance. These drivers are mounted as a stereo pair into tuned bass reflex enclosures and powered by a high-fidelity two channel Class A-B amplifier. “Using the latest sound processing technology, we have further finely tuned the sound and have created a stereo soundstage that belies the MRx compact dimensions.”
For more information and full specifications jump over to the official Ruark Audio website ahead of the launch next month of the new Ruark Audio MRx multiroom wireless speaker system.
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