Complete retro-style system

Ruark R810 music system

Stereo system with streaming and HDMI input.

written by / 2024-04-13 - 10:00 am
Ruark R810 music system

You get pretty much everything you need in the Ruark R810. It’s a streaming music system that supports both Tidal and Spotify Connect and can be controlled with AirPlay 2 for iPhone users.

The style is unmistakably retro, reminiscent of the walnut or rosewood radio cabinets of yesteryear.

But the Ruark R810 is far more modern, with a 32-bit DAC from Burr Brown inside, a 10 cm colour screen on the front and audio inputs on the back.

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There is an input for TV audio with HDMI eARC, an analogue stereo input with RCA, Toslink digital and a turntable input for MM pickup.

The system also supports Google Chromecast, and both Qobuz and Deezer users can stream music with the Ruark system.

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The total power output is 180 W, which supplies music to two 30 mm tweeters and two 10 cm midrange speakers. Deep bass is provided by a 20 cm subwoofer.

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The system, which also supports UPnP, can be controlled from an app on your mobile phone or with a rechargeable RotoDial Bluetooth remote control.

DAB/DAB+, internet radio and FM radio are integrated, and you can choose to stream music over the network or via Bluetooth 5.1 aptX.

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The Ruark R810 has a handmade front grill and is available in walnut wood or grey lacquer with walnut grill.

The price is listed at .

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