Rega P10 Turntable Review

June 12, 2020 § Leave a comment

“For approximately 5 years, the research took the form of an unnamed testbed turntable where cost was no object and only existed to test the more exotic new engineering concepts. This turntable eventually became known as the Naiad. The Naiad was never intended to be sold. But reportedly upon hearing one, a French distributor told Rega he could sell several immediately at basically any price Roy Gandy wanted to ask! Sources tell me that you can stand in line to get one since only about 3-5 produced per year at around $35,000. Out of the Naiad testbed the RP10 was born—it was intended to be close to the Naiad in performance but without the ultra-expensive handmade, resin bonded carbon fiber with aluminum oxide braces, and a few other details that were taken to extremes in the Naiad experiment.”

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