Ruark Audio

Ruark Audio R7 Mk3 Review

Pros  High-fidelity sound from a single box  A beautiful piece of furniture  Tons of sources and connections  Optional TV mount turns it into a great

Wharfedale Diamond A1 Review

Pros Superb scale and decent detail Classy looks and build Great value Cons Too many cables and plugs Key Features Review Price: £599.95/$780 130mm mid-bass

Rega Planar 2 Review

Pros Exciting, toe-tapping sound Superb tonearm Simple setup Cons Fiddly speed change Key Features Review Price: £375/$488 Belt-driven RB220 9-inch aluminium tonearm Rega Carbon moving-magnet

Ruark Audio R7 Mk3 hands-on

Key Features Review Price: £2200.00/$3300.00 CD player DAB/DAB+/FM radio Wi-Fi DLNA streaming Bluetooth aptX HD 2 x 140mm dual-concentric drivers, 1 x 200mm active subwoofer

Elipson Alpha 100 RIAA BT Review

Pros Reliable wireless connection Solid, detailed mid-range Good treble resolution Almost completely plug-and-play Cons Not the most dynamic Too plasticky for the price Phono stage

Fender Monterey Review

Pros It looks like an amp! Physical EQ knobs Expansive, detailed sound Decent stereo effect Cons Sounds harsh at high volume No optical input Key

Geneva Touring S review

PROS Looks gorgeously retro Built-in radio Good battery life Removable rechargeable battery Relatively compact CONS Thin sound Harsh at high volume KEY FEATURES Bluetooth DAB/FM

JBL Control X Wireless review

As any good contortionist will tell you, flexibility is an important quality to have. The same is true, to an extent, of hi-fi. When you’ve

Bang & Olufsen Beolit 17 review

PROS Huge, well-balanced sound Projects a wide 360-degree soundstage Looks and feels gorgeous Neat design touches Excellent battery life CONS Not cheap KEY FEATURES Bluetooth

Acoustic Energy Aego BT2 review

PROS Excellent build quality Compact, minimal design Weighty sound Smooth tone and impressive detail CONS Lacks the insight and poise of rivals KEY FEATURES 2

Pure Evoke C-F6 review

OUR VERDICT From its wide array of connectivity and playback options to a connected app that’s actually worth using, the Pure Evoke C-F6 is a

Ruark Audio MR1 Mk2 review

PROS Amazing sound for their size Can give a boost to TV audio Lovely retro styling Sumptuous build and finish Portable option CONS No multiroom

Ruark Audio MR1 Mk2 Hand-on Review

KEY FEATURES Bluetooth aptX 75mm woofer and 20mm textile dome tweeter 20W Class AB amplifier 3.5mm line input and optical input Coaxial subwoofer output Remote

Aerix Duet review

PROS Stunning design Effective 360-degree sound Optional stand is a work of art CONS Remote could be classier Doesn’t support AirPlay (yet) No DAB radio

Ruark Audio R2 Mk3 review

OUR VERDICT A simply great streaming speaker, the Ruark Audio R2 contains almost every type of connectivity you’d need, and is easy to control to

Goodmans Heritage II Connect review

Remember when radios were just radios? You’d turn them on, twiddle a knob and, out of the static, voices and music would emerge. We’ve come

Roberts R-Line S1 review

No matter how many radio brands come along with designer labels and funky multicoloured designs, Roberts will always have one thing on its side: a

Ruark Audio R7 Mk2 review

PROS Incredible sound All the connections you could need Luxurious build Retro-chic styling Optional TV mount Classy remote CONS Not cheap KEY FEATURES CD player;

Ruark Audio MR1 review

Pros Impressive build quality Excellent detail, punch and composure Timelessly stylish design Cons Poor remote Relatively expensive Key Features: 20W linear Class A-B amplifier; Bluetooth

Tivoli Audio Music System Three+ review

Pros Weather resistance 20-hour battery life Intuitive controls Cons Poor sonic detail, especially at low volume Nasty remote Key Features: FM & DAB/DAB+ tuners; Bluetooth;

Ruark Audio R4 Mk3 review

Pros Premium build quality and retro design Smooth, punchy sound quality Simple, hassle-free operation Cons Loses composure at loud volumes Plasticky remote No network streaming

Ruark Audio R1 Mk3 review

Pros Superb build and styling Great sound quality Easy to set up and use Can be made portable via accessories Cons No backlighting for controls