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Ruark Audio partners with Luxury furniture maker Linley for premium Amplis Audio System

Ruark Audio has unveiled the Amplis Audio System, in collaboration with luxury furniture maker Linley.

Hand-crafted in the UK, this statement ‘Best of British’ stereo Hi-Fi  is a marriage of Ruark’s highly regarded audio engineering with classic Linley marquetry.  It’s the duo’s second collaboration, following on from the Ruark x Linley Tempo radio.

The Amplis features crafted inlays formed from a series of matched veneers, including Sycamore, Pama, Bolivar and Anegre, which are cut and pieced together to create an eye-catching cabinet.

Hand-crafted in the UK, this ‘Best of British’ Hi-Fi  is a marriage of highly regarded audio engineering with classic marquetry…

This Ruark x Linley collaboration looks as good as it sounds

The Amplis offers multiple playback options, including Wi-Fi streaming with Spotify, Tidal, Deezer and Amazon Music, AptX HD Bluetooth high-res streaming, and DAB/FM and Internet radio tuners. For collectors of the silver disc, there’s also an integrated CD player.

Connections include USB, auxiliary digital and analogue inputs, including RIAA turntable input, and Ethernet to support on-board Wi-Fi. 

The sound system features custom neodymium drivers plus a long throw subwoofer. Power output  is rated at 90W.

The Amplis audio system is available in three colourways  (forest greens, autumnal brown and graduated blacks), and is available to buy online now, priced £5,750. For more visit Ruark online here.

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