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Tonearms up to £699



Rega RB220

The RB220 is the latest successor to the classic RB250 tonearm, famed for its remarkable sound at an incredibly low price point. The RB220 uses their latest arm tube design which was made possible thanks to the latest computer modelling technology, which allowed them to  reshape the arm tube and reduce mass from the headshell end and have a more flowing, organic shape near the bearing housing.


This new arm features fixed anti skate to keep costs and setup complexity down, but this works well for almost all cartridges. The tracking force can be set without requiring scales, and the VTA can be increased by adding spacers (not included) that fit the 3 point Rega mounting.


Sonically this arm is superb, at its price point it sets a benchmark that is really hard to beat and even works superbly when used on turntables at many times its own price.


Rega RB220 tonearm: £229.00


Rega RB330

Please note the picture above is of the previous version, but will be updated shortly.


The Rega RB330 is the latest in a long line of incredible Rega tonearms that have a great blend of performance and price. Its true predecessor, the RB300, revolutionised budget tonearm performance when it was launched in 1983 and became the standard against which all others were judged. The RB330 seems to have gone a serious step further, and it appears to be thanks to an improvement to what makes the classic Rega tonearms so special - their one piece cast arm tube. First seen in the RB303, this new arm tube uses the latest computer modelling technology to reshape the arm tube reducing mass from the headshell end and have a more flowing, organic shape near the bearing housing.


The results are something of a revelation, the sound is more immediate, cleaner and the slight greyness that Rega arms have always exhibited appears to have gone too. Now I’m not rubbishing the sound of the old arm, it was and is a giant killer, its limitations were fairly benign and never a real issue with sane priced system combinations, but they were identifiable and repeatable. However the latest armtubes seems to have addressed these few weak points and in doing so moved the benchmark for budget tonearms on a huge leap further.  


Rega RB330 tonearm: £375.00

Rega RB880

Please note the picture above is of the previous version, but will be updated shortly.

The RB880 tonearm from Rega takes the design seen in the RB330 to the next level. Like those arms it uses their latest arm tube design, and adds a more rigid metal arm base, a special, thicker, coating on the tube (which serves to damp the arm more than the normal powder coating) and very precisely set bearings giving exceptional freedom to movement. To finish it off  a low capacitance Rega cable is externally.


Rega RB880 tonearm: £659.00


Nottingham Analogue Interspace

The Interspace tonearm is fantastic value for money. It combines an ultra light weight carbon fibre arm tube with a damped unipivot bearing and is in essence a scaled down version of the Ace Space arms (see below). As you’d expect from Nottingham Analogue the engineering is superb and the sound is fast, open and immediate.


Nottingham Analogue Interspace 9” tonearm: £640.00




Tonearms over £700


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