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Pop-art update for stylish retro Ruark radiogram

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Luxury British audio brand Ruark has unveiled two sleek, stylish new monochrome finishes for its hugely popular and influential flagship retro-looking R7 radiogram music system. An elegant soft black and an alluring white finish now join the classic and original real walnut veneer for a new look R7 line up.

The new finishes perfectly complement minimalist interiors schemes, thanks to the clean lines and classic design of the £2,000 R7. The new white matte version in particular has a real ‘Pop Art’ feel to it, reminiscent of the 1960s and heyday of the original radiogram. The R7 features include on-board Wi-Fi for wireless network connectivity, Bluetooth functionality, CD player and DAB/DAB+/FM/Internet radio.

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