Rega P10 announced

displaynamedisplayname Posts: 726
edited September 2019 in 2 Channel Audio
Forget the hype around the Schiit Sol, the Rega P10 is finally here:

Obviously they are in whole different worlds on the vinyl spectrum, but these two seem to be the biggest announcements in vinyl the past few months. For anyone that's been waiting for the P10's arrive, your time has come. But more importantly, based on historic sales if you've been considering a P8, you might be able to move on an old stock RP10 for not too much more. The Rega clearance sales are killer if you're interested in one of their outgoing models.
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  • minerminer Posts: 1,309
    Have inquired with my local dealer - he is awaiting response from TSO on pricing.
  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 8,530
    edited September 2019
    Very nice. Slick looking dust cover as well. I'd certainly like to try a Rega TT and phono preamp together!

    Bigger photo:

  • stangman67stangman67 Posts: 1,342
    It’s a beautiful piece. And the rega tt/phono/cart synergy is fantastic. Really loving my P6/ania/fono setup. Simple and sounds great
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  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 8,530
    Is it pronounced "Ray-guh" or "Ree-guh"?
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 26,116
    ... and/or is it a hard "g" or a soft "g"?

  • voltzvoltz Posts: 5,423
    Rega makes awesome tables period!

    But I'm a die hard Pro-Ject man! I have bought 2 of the tables and love my TT from them. so I hope these are special as competition makes us stronger..and we all win in the end!
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  • maxwardmaxward Posts: 673
    My local dealer pronounced it ray-guh. John Darko pronounced it ree-guh in a podcast. So I’m not sure, but it reminds me of the several pronunciations of “jaguar.”
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  • gp4jesusgp4jesus Posts: 1,529
    I’ve known & called my Rega (P3) as ray-guh w/a hard “G” since the mid 80s.

    Side note: about a year ago I read a review on a tone arm that, if ya hafta ask “how much?”, you can’t afford it. Anyway in the course of his dissertation he tossed Rega a kudu alluding to comparable SQ of the RB300 arm. Just sayin’

    PS: shopping for MC cartridge for that Rega
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