At over 120 years old, turntables technology is definitely well developed. It’s also more relevant now than it has been in decades. Making great turntables is all about applying modern materials sciences and manufacturing techniques, and staying true to the mission of making great sound. Rega have steeped themselves in this heritage, and delved deep into new material and technologies to really deliver the sonic goods.
It's kinda like the old Mervyn's commercial- "open! open! open!", and boy have we been anticipating this for months. Well, folks, here's your first close look at Rega Planar 6!
We've added Planar 6, etc. Check it out!
A 360-degree rotating view of the epic new Rega Planar 6 turntable. Man, what a looker!
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Rega Planar 6! Tremendous performance and stellar good looks herald the latest turntable and most anticipated Rega product this year.
Want better performance from your Rega turntable and can't get proper isolation? Check this out. Quadraspire Soundstage works great.
Component synergy is a Rega hallmark and the Ania/Fono MC combo delivers in spades. This is music making happiness in a simple package for a great price.
Rega Ania and Fono MC do the dance for Jason Kennedy, earning rave remarks against their more expensive competition.
The new Rega Ania moving coil cartridge sports internals borrowed from the vaunted Apheta 2 and a revolutionary new body design, bringing higher levels of performance to the sub-$1000 cartridge category.
Fire trucks, Corvettes, Apples, baby's cheeks, and now Rega Planar 2 and 3 turntables. Red hot.
Arcam offers an excellent, affordable phono stage offering brilliant build quality and finish, fine functionality and really impressive sound at the price. What's not to like about rPhono?