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Ruark speakers- help


Standard Member
Was in Hifi shop today and spotted a set of Speakers that they had taken in part exchange.

Ruark prologue II front
Ruark Epilogue rear
Ruark Dialogue Centre
Raurk Sub -( dont have exact model)

I'm looking for a new set of speakers for AV and had budgeted for Mission E5 package approx 8-900,

The speakers look in immaculate condition - without saying what the shop is asking ( more than my budget ) - any idea what these would be worth - they indicated original cost was about 3500.

Whislt not my concern - they also match flooing and cometics in room - that would please the boss!!

I have booked a demo next week to hear these but I cannot find any info on Ruark website for Prologue II ??


Standard Member
Anyone able to assist here? :lease:

Believe the shop will be asking about £1200 , but not confirmed yet - would this be a good buy or for that money what are recommended alternatives. Want floor standers front.


Well-known Member
This shop has one or more of the Ruark speakers you list available new (and possibly discounted from RRP).
It seems to me that your local shop is asking a very reasonable price for the previously owned speakers (if they are in the condition that they appear to be in). Sorry, I can't find any info. on the prologue II's either.

As always, give them an audition and let your ears make up your mind!

Enjoy !


Standard Member
Thanks for the link -

Demo'd these today - they do sound awesome.
Clarified the exact models

Fronts - prologue ii
Rear - epilogue ii
Centre - Dialogue ii
Sub - Log Rytham 150

They do look and sound excellant - so looks like they will be heading home with me tomorrow :thumbsup:

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