Rega's collection of high quality tonearms are some of—if not the—best in the world. Made to exacting quality and perfectly engineered each Rega tonearm leads the industry. Here we'll walk you through the differences between each of Rega's Tonearms.
The RB220 is the latest incarnation of one of our most popular tonearms.
The latest design takes full advantage of our brand new arm tube and the current three point arm mounting system. Each RB220 is meticulously hand assembled, creating a precision crafted tonearm achieving extremely low friction levels and performance way beyond the expectations of a product at this price point.
Our team have worked tirelessly to improve every aspect of this new tonearm. Offering improved ergonomics, usability and sonic performance.
Featuring a new bias assembly, re-designed stiffer vertical bearing housing, integrated
arm clip and an improved spring housing with easier to read numbers. Other improvements include a Rega made, low capacitance phono cable terminated with high quality 'Neutrik' plugs, improved lower friction, precision horizontal and vertical bearings and a re-designed 100g mild steel balance weight.
The RB808 tonearm is packed with new features pushing the boundaries of tonearm design. As with all Rega tonearms each one is meticulously hand built by a team of highly skilled technicians. The RB808 has improved bearings and a tightened spindle fit tolerance over previous models (each bearing is individually selected to find the perfect match for the chosen spindle). This is a proven method of increasing the amount of detail retrieved from the record surface.
The RB2000 tonearm is packed with new features pushing the boundaries of tonearm design. As with all Rega tonearms, each one is meticulously hand built by a team of highly skilled technicians. The RB2000 uses improved bearings with each one being hand selected to be an interference fit with the paired spindle matching both the inside and outside diameters. This is a Rega developed method of increasing the amount of detail retrieved from the record surface, designed specifically to maximise performance of the tonearm and cartridge.