Rega’s io amplifier has all the hallmarks of its Award-winning Brio sibling, but for around half the price.
British HiFi Week Priced at £499 a pair, the Rega Kyte are two-way bookshelf speakers featuring the company's MX-125 bass/mid driver and ZRR high-frequency unit...
British Hi-Fi Week The greatest hits of Rega's storied, 48-year history, from its famous Planar decks to its excellent electronics.
These two turntable giants rule the roost in the arena and are both five-star products, so which one should you buy?
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.
Bidding for the white Primal Scream deck, the red Nothing But Thieves option and the black Fatboy Slim-signed Rega, ends 2nd November.
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.
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.