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Rega Acos Planet

Belt Drive Turntable

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Rega Acos Planet

Description

The original Rega Turntable from 1973.

The Rega Planet features an unsprung plinth, 3-pods instead of a traditional platter, belt-drive and A/C synchronous motor.

The turntable is fitted with an Acos/Lustre manufactured tonearm.

Features include a direct-reading magnetic repulsion bias compensator and low capacitance leads fitted with phono plugs.

Specifications

Dimensions: 446 x 365 x 125mm

Motor: 24-pole synchronous

Drive method: belt drive

Speeds: 33 and 45rpm

Wow and flutter: 0.08%

Rumble: 65dB (weighted)

Tonearm overall length: 330mm

Effective length: 237mm

Overhang: 15mm

Offset angle: 21 degrees

Tracking angle error: less than 1.5 degrees

Downloads

instruction/owners manual  English


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