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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 21, 2017 9 comments
Today (Tuesday, Feb. 21st) is the final day for entries into the +1 "competition". So this afternoon I will have to choose one of the following unless a late entry appears:

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 21, 2017 Published: Feb 20, 2017 6 comments
President's Day seemed like the ideal day for a "funny music" show, so do your patriotic duty and listen and hopefully laugh at it all.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 19, 2017 Published: Feb 18, 2017 29 comments
What goes into a Rega drive belt? What does Rega have planned for the new Planar 6? What about the Naiad— upcoming "ultimate Rega" turntable? What does it look like?

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 18, 2017 Published: Feb 17, 2017 20 comments
I have a +1 invitation to the grand opening party at Third Man Records' Detroit pressing plant for Friday February 24th at 8 PM. Want to join me?

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 17, 2017 Published: Feb 16, 2017 13 comments
In this "episode" you will see that Rega's dedication to quality control extends from the top of the line P10 to the very bottom P1.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 17, 2017 Published: Feb 16, 2017 11 comments
In this segment we see electronics being "soak tested", see tone arm wiring looms being produced and watch how even the least expensive P1 arm is carefully hand-assembled.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 15, 2017 8 comments
Here's Part 2 of the Rega Research tour conducted February 6th and 7th 2017.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 14, 2017 10 comments
More than 20 years have passed since analogPlanet.com editor Michael Fremer first visited Rega Research. Back then the company had just moved into its recently completed, spacious new factory and there was room to spare.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 12, 2017 Published: Feb 11, 2017 39 comments
The file labels were not reversed in this story!

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Michael Fremer Posted: Feb 10, 2017 Published: Feb 09, 2017 15 comments
A planned trip to the U.K. to attend a Chasing the Dragon Records direct-to-disk recording session at AIR Studios seemed like a good time to accomplish some other business. So in addition to covering the recording session, analogPlanet editor Michael Fremer paid a visit to Rega, where he'd not been in twenty years (factory tour video to come) and connected with veteran recording engineer Phill Brown and arranged for an interview.

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