Rega Research founder Roy Gandy launched the British company in 1975 with the highly successful Planar 2 turntable. In 1983, the company introduced its legendary and wildly popular RB300 and RB250 tonearms, and in March 1988 Rega developed the Bias and the Elys phono cartridges. Rega's first line of loudspeakers soon followed.
Currently selling to more than 40 export markets and producing on average 2000 turntables every month, Rega now employs almost 90 people in their 30,000 sq ft design and manufacturing facility in Essex, England.
Rega continues to grow and develop new products, all of which strictly follow their early Rega virtues of excellent build quality, long life and amazing value for money all backed up by a lifetime warranty against manufacture defects.