Rega’s io amplifier has all the hallmarks of its Award-winning Brio sibling, but for around half the price.
These two turntable giants rule the roost in the arena and are both five-star products, so which one should you buy?
Bidding for the white Primal Scream deck, the red Nothing But Thieves option and the black Fatboy Slim-signed Rega, ends 2nd November.
Rega’s radical approach to turntable design delivers a performance that challenges alternatives well beyond its price.
Rega’s high-end phono stage shows the company has the talent to compete at the highest price levels.
Previewed back at the Bristol Hi-Fi Show (remember when we were allowed to go to shows?), it's now available to order for £899.
Updated The Rega's energy or the Marantz's refinement? It's a battle between two of the biggest players in stereo amplification...
Much the same as the Aphelion 1 but uses Rega's latest 'fine line type' diamond profile fitted to the Boron rod cantilever.
Awards 2019 What Hi-Fi? names the 6 best turntables on the market, from £159 to over ten times that price.
We visited the Rega factory in Southend, UK, to watch the Planar 3 turntable being made - from first inspection of the plinth to packaging of the final product.