Written on: 26/02/2011
For the £249 prices tag this amp is excellent value… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/11/2007 by the little rasti (1 review written)
Another value for money audio product from Rega. It's competitively priced at £328,00. It's very much a no frills affair: two knobs for source and volume, that's it. But really what else do you need? I have my Brio hooked up to a Rega P3 deck and a pair of Rega R1 speakers. The sound is detailed if rather restrained. It faithfully renders music in an engaging and never harsh way. Vinyl replay is bold and dynamic (via admittedly a naim phono stage). Having no CD player I can't comment on how it… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2006 by pipjen32 (5 reviews written)
I bought this a few years ago to complement a Marantz CD 6000 OSE CD player and a pair of Mission M74i floor standing speakers. It was a toss up between the Brio or a slightly more expensive Rotel. To my relatively inexperienced ears there was little or no difference between the two, and after a pleasant chat with the technical guy, I plumped for the Rega, along with £70 of very good speaker cable, which he informed me was essential to get the best listening experience.
Previously I'd… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/07/2005 by victoranthony (14 reviews written)
REGA Brio is simply an amp for good system components. Wonderfully simple to operate having just a volume and source selecter knobs. Low watts output is meaningless when you've heard the results. Don't be put off by its tiny 35 watts, it really sings.
Great phono stage as well as you'd expect from REGA… Read Full Review
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