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Midcentury-style Ruark Audio R7 Radiogram gets a TV add-on

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I don't think the company refer to it as a radiogram, In fact, they usually describe it as a DAB/FM/CD Bluetooth wireless integrated music system. But the Ruark R7 might need another tweak of name now, as it has just turned into an a place to host your TV too.

Yes, the coolest music system around (and one we have featured in the past) has got a TV add-on, one that holds a screen up to 50 inches, swivelling the TV to suit your viewing needs. Oh yes, it also has a shelf for a set top box or similar too and integrates effortlessly into the R&, with the TV almost floating on top.

Of course, you still get all that midcentury style and music functionality – DAB, internet and FM radio, stereo sound, CD playback, Wi-fi connectivity, Bluetooth and more. But the addition of the TV holder makes it a great focal point for a retro room.

Not cheap though. The standard R7 is £2,000, with the AV mount coming in at an additional £299.

Find out more at the John Lewis website



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