Rega RP40 Turntable (Discontinued)

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Rega RP40 Turntable (Discontinued) by Rega Turntables

Rega RP40 Turntable (Discontinued)
Rega RP40 - Elys40 Cartridge
This item has been discontinued

Rega RP40 Turntable (Discontinued)
by Rega Turntables

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Product Code:
REGA-RP40
Label:
Rega
Genre:
RP40
Format:
Rega RP40 - Elys40 Cartridge
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To celebrate our 40th anniversary Rega will be offering a limited edition turntable based on the multi award winning RP3

RP40 Anniversary Edition!

Limited quantity supplied on a first come first served basis

The RP40 will be supplied with a special edition white Elys40 cartridge, carefully tested to the highest achievable specification offering improved stereo imaging, balance and detail. A new Silicon drive belt exclusive to RP40 derived from our development work on our ultimate turntable the Naiad (expected later this year). These belts are manufactured on a new tool to guarantee a stable diameter over the full circumference of the belt offering improved speed stability whilst reducing flutter. A custom TT-PSU will be included which will be hand tuned to each individual motor before fitting to the deck. (a level of fine tuning only found on the RP8 and previously the Planar 9 turntable). This will maximise the efficiency of the anti-vibration circuit whilst still offering the convenience of electronic speed change.

Features:
Custom matched TT-PSU
Exclusive Red Silicon drive belt and Red Mat
Exclusive Elys40 MM cartridge
Stainless steel balance weight
Aluminium foot trims and matching top brace
Custom Titanium Plinth

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