Roy Gandy and the design/engineering teams at Rega UK are at it again with the reported March 2016 launch of the newly redesigned, and legendary Planar 3 turntable. The Planar series are what put Rega on the map in the '70s with their legendary, affordable, punchy, dynamic sound, and lasting build quality. The entry-level quality'¶
The Planar series are what put Rega on the map in the ’70s with their legendary, affordable, punchy, dynamic sound, and lasting build quality. The entry-level quality of turntables at Rega is something (in my opinion) that has come under fire in recent years from a large number of first-time buyers as the company pumped a ridiculous amount of RP1 ‘tables out to meet an exploding demand for budget turntables with the global vinyl resurgence.¬† I would still recommend an older Planar ‘table over a new RP1 to anyone getting into vinyl, but this new Planar 3 looks the business and seems to be back on track for build quality. Suggested pricing I’ve seen online puts it around $900 USD with the Bias 2 cartridge, which makes it very competitively priced indeed.
Enjoying vinyl is a hobby, like any of the other pleasures you may enjoy in life. Whether it's cooking, cycling, travel, or anything else, the more you learn about your hobby the further you want to advance it. Not only does the Planar 3 start out with some great features, but it also has an upgrade path that will allow the table to grow with you for years to come.
The original Planar 3 was eventually replaced by the RP3, which received multiple awards including winning Product of the Year 5 times! But even after 40 years, the team at Rega wanted more. They came up with so many improvements to the RP3 they decided to return the iconic name of the Planar 3.
The Rega work together improved every aspect of this turntable offering improved ergonomics, usability and first and foremost, incredible sonic presentation. With just a.
First we had 2016’s revamped Planar 3, quickly followed by Planar 2 and Planar 1, so much anticipation surrounded the next new Rega turntable last year. They’ve made us wait for it but now at last we can unveil the all new Rega Research Planar 6 and Neo PSU.
Not satisfy with reviving the Planar name for the new Planar 3, Rega have released the new Planar 2. The Planar name has been in and out of...
Rega Planar 3 for sale. Rega Planar 3 (white) with Elys2 cartridge & Groove Tracer Reference upgrade Traded in from a loyal Rega client this unit has seen use sporadically for about 6 months as the client travelled a .
Rega Planar 3 (white) with Elys2 cartridge ¬† & Groove Tracer Reference upgrade ¬† Traded in from a loyal Rega client this unit has seen use sporadically for about 6 months as the client travelled a lot. ¬†He traded in on the new P6 and this table is now on display in our showroom, low hours on the cartridge, full warranty. ¬†This turntable package is an outstanding sounding table and great value for the $.¬†¬† ¬† Listed price does not include the Groove Tracer Reference: $899 listed price is for P3 with original Rega subplatter $1049 includes Groove Tracer Reference subplatter Shipping will be FedEx ground in the US48 No sales outside the USA¬† New Rega packages also available in Planar 1, Planar 3, RP8 and RP10 and the new Planar 6 - contact us directly for details! ¬† Ronald K. Buffington¬† Liquid HiFi 704-953-6034 ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†Authorized dealer for ¬†Audeze headphones, Audioengine speakers, Audioquest, Aurender,¬†Auralic, Balanced Audio Technologies, Cardas, Clearaudio, Dynaudio, Elac,¬†Esoteric, Furutech ADL, Hegel, KEF loudspeakers, Jeff Rowland design,¬†¬†Marantz, Marten design, Nordost, Octave, Oppo digital, Parasound Halo, PS Audio,¬†QRT,¬†Reference Recordings, Rega,¬†Running Springs Audio, Simaudio MOON, Stillpoints, ¬†Symposium Acoustics, Tara Labs,¬†Velodyne, Vienna Acoustics, Westone in ear monitors & many other¬†fine audio products.
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It has been a while since Rega used this name on a turntable but in the seventies, eighties and nineties the Planar 3 was considered the next best thing to a Linn LP12. The company built its reputation on the Planar 3 and cemented it with the RB300 tonearm, a turntable and arm that remained in production until 2000 when it was replaced by the first P3. It looks like the simplest turntable you could make, a one piece plinth that supports a bearing for the platter, a motor that sits very close to the subplatter and an arm, but there is a lot more to it than meets the eye.
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Improved power supplies During the Brio- R design process Rega reviewed the circuit and improved the low and high current power supplies, coupling and bypass capacitors. The phono stage has been improved to reflect the current improvements in the Rega Planar turntables, where the input sensitivity has been increased along with a revision of the sub 100Hz part of the phono frequency response.
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But as any smart reviewer should know, sometimes it’s best to hold back a bit, because you can surely count on today’s latest and greatest being bested day after tomorrow. I do, however, find consolation in the fact that the RP6 being reviewed here is not a replacement for the RP3 but Rega’s next model up, a somewhat hot- rodded, if you will, expression of Team Rega’s latest evolutionary thinking on LP playback. In that regard it takes nothing away from the excellent RP3. On the other hand, it’s still a step up.
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