- Beautiful design and construct
- Very good sound
- Wealth of connections
- Versatile placement
- The app could be a little gradual
Ruark has a dependancy of creating horny, retro-styled audio system and radios – and making them sound nice. Lately the corporate introduced its choices into the area of wi-fi multi-room audio with the R5, MRx, R2 Mk3 and R7 Mk3.
The (*3*)MRx is a smart wi-fi streaming speaker with a mess of assets: Bluetooth, Spotify Attach,, Tidal, 3.5mm analogue, USB for arduous drives and DLNA for network-stored tune. You’ll stereo-pair it and it will also be used vertically in mono mode, making it a massively flexible beast.
Once we examined it, we referred to its audio efficiency as musically infectious. The MRx’s full-range drivers ship a variety of energy, emotion and rhythmic precision. It’s a perfectly balanced performer, so despite the fact that the fee is prime at £400, you’d be arduous pressed to discover a better-sounding speaker.