New Ruark MR1 Mk2 released

New Ruark MR1 Mk2 released


Launched today the new Ruark MR1 Mk2.  Based on my experience of the excellent R4 recently, this is going to sound good.  A stereo Bluetooth speaker pair for the modern lifestyle. Building on the first successful incarnation from Ruark in February 2013 the new speakers have number of key enhancements including:

  • a better sound ouput with a revised and improved cross-over and
  • the linear A-B amplifier has been revised and improved
  • a new 3 point LED display indicting inputs and status
  • fixed grilles for contemporary look and acoustic improvement
  • digital optical input
  • compatible with Ruark’s Back Pack II, giving portabilityRuark MR1 Mk2
  • automatic mono mode of the other channel is removed or you are on the move with Back Pack II
  • available finishes: Rich Walnut veneer or Soft Grey lacquer

Looks to me that the optical input will be perfect for computers or TVs if you are looking for a really flexible set-up.

The full feature list for the Ruark MR1 Mk2 is as follows:

  • hand crafted enclosures
  • Ruark 75mm neodymium woofersRuark MR1 Mk2
  • Ruark 20mm neodymium tweeters
  • Bluetooth with aptX for CD quality streaming
  • digital optical input
  • linear Class A-B Amplifier, 20 watts nominal output
  • audio grade components throughout
  • compact remote control included
  • quality speaker interconnect included
  • subwoofer output
  • Line-in input (3.5mm stereo jack)
  • auto Standby function
  • multi coloured pin-point LEDs show system status and input
  • automatic ‘Loudness’ function for improved sound at low levels
  • available finishes: Rich Walnut veneer or Soft Grey lacquer
  • dimensions: H170 x W130 x D135 mm each
  • weight: 3.5 Kg pair

The new MR1 will be available from February 2017 through a select dealer network, including John Lewis, Selfridges, Harrods and other quality independent retailers. For full information please visit www.ruarkaudio.com.  The SRP UK: £329.99

 

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