The British hi-fi manufacturer Ruark has now introduced its competitor to music systems like Sonus Faber’s Omnia and Naim’s Mu-so 2.

Ruark R410

The system is called R410 and features a distinct retro design inspired by the 1970s. Under the hood, there’s a Class D amplifier offering 120 W of power per channel. The R410 employs the exact same 20mm silk-dome tweeters found in Ruark’s MR1 Mk2. Alongside these dual tweeters, there are also two 10cm mid/bass drivers, while additional bass reinforcement is provided by dual bass reflex ports located on the underside of the unit.

Ruark R410

The entire unit weighs 9.5 kg. In terms of streaming capabilities, it supports Spotify Connect, Tidal Connect, Apple Airplay 2, and Chromecast built-in. The maximum resolution supported is 24-bit 192 kHz.

If you wish to connect it to your TV, there’s HDMI with eARC, and if for any reason you can’t stream via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth with AptX HD is also available.

Ruark R410

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