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Rega TT PSU upgrade
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Anyone done it? I mean upgraded there RP3 with the TT PSU? 

Is it a worthy £200 upgrade

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RE: Rega TT PSU upgrade

I've read here somewhere that white belt is very good upgrade , have you considered to try it first ? 

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RE: Rega TT PSU upgrade

Heard the opposite regarding the white belt! However I've not tried one so I'm open to it! 

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RE: Rega TT PSU upgrade

on a P3 and P25 I found using a aftermarket metal subplatter made more differance than a psu, I would think it depends on the quality, or lack off, of your mains supply.

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RE: Rega TT PSU upgrade

respe wrote:

on a P3 and P25 I found using a aftermarket metal subplatter made more differance than a psu, I would think it depends on the quality, or lack off, of your mains supply.

 

the Grooverider by any chance?

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RE: Rega TT PSU upgrade

Yes I used the groovetracer, but others have had equally good results with others.

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