1. Rega RP8/Apheta

    Rega RP8/Apheta

    The RP8/Apheta is a terrific combination that sets sky-high standards for the price. Take care with system matching, though

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  2. Rega RP1 Performance Pack

    Rega RP1 Performance Pack

    The unadorned RP1 is an impressive turntable in its own right, but the upgraded version puts in one hell of a performance

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    Available from £229
  3. Rega DAC

    Rega DAC

    Got the budget? Got the system? Hear the Rega

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    Available from £598
  4. Rega Apollo-R

    Rega Apollo-R

    New Apollo shoots for the moon, but falls just short

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  5. Rega RP3/Elys2

    Rega RP3/Elys2

    Product of the Year, Awards 2014. The updated RP3 turntable is another virtuoso turn from Rega

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    Available from £549
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  7. Rega RP1

    Rega RP1

    Simply doesn't sound like a budget record player

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    Available from £229
  8. Rega Elicit

    Rega Elicit

    The Elicit is a decent, enjoyable amplifier and well worth a listen, though we reckon more ability is available for the same money

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    Available from £1598
  9. Rega Brio 3

    Rega Brio 3

    The Rega does a fine job with high frequencies – they shine when they should, but never spill into hardness

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  10. Rega Apollo

    Rega Apollo

    With more style, sharpness and sense of timing than James Bond, the Rega Apollo has it all to give

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  11. Rega P3-24/Elys 2

    Rega P3-24/Elys 2

    Best turntable up to £300–£600, Awards 2010. Up and running, this deck is a sonic superstar. It latches onto the musical message with a skill that eva

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