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.
Rega has managed to take a near-perfect product and squeeze yet more improvements from it. The MK3 is virtually flawless
Is it too early to call the Rega Planar 6 turntable an award winner? Ok, maybe. But still, the raves are coming in. Take a gander at this accurate take on the P6 from What HiFi magazine.
Built to compete, watch the Rega Planar 1 turntable take out the Project Debut Carbon and Sony PS-HX500. Move like a butterfly, sting like a bee.
We compare the new Planar 6 against the out-going RP6 turntable. Read more to find out what Rega has been up to with this exciting new model.
We weigh in on the merits of belt-drive turntables and discuss the pros and cons of this design.
Is the Rega Planar 1 the best turntable available for the money? We think so and so does Paul Rigby. Have a gander.
The Rega Atlas is the most accurate and reliable stylus tracking force gauge on the market today,
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!