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Rega Aria MK3 Phono Stage

Precio habitual $1,695.00 USD
Precio habitual Precio de venta $1,695.00 USD
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Phono Stage

Housed within our latest half width custom designed case to give it a fresh new look and match the range are two entirely separate, high performance phono stages. One fully adjustable, dedicated moving coil and one moving magnet. Each stage is designed and engineered to maximise the potential of your vinyl system whilst remaining easy to use and set up.

The Aria is an “all analogue amplifier” with no digital control circuitry. The fully aluminium case screens the internal circuit from any stray RFI signals. Our designers have avoided including any superfluous gadgets as they obstruct the signal path and degrade the sound quality. The Aria incorporates many innovative design ideas including a self-adjusting servo control to keep the MC input circuit at its optimum, compensating for any variations in ambient or operating temperature.

Both stages have their own separate input sockets and input pre-amplifier circuitry. This enabled us to design bespoke input circuitry for each cartridge type without compromise. Signal switching is performed at high level and low impedance (via relays) ensuring there is no degradation of the signal.



  • High performance switchable MC & MM stage
  • Fully adjustable MC stage
  • MC input uses parallel connected low noise FET's
  • MM input uses low noise bipolar transistors
  • Custom designed case
  • All analogue amplifier
  • Bespoke input circuitry for MM & MC
  • Lifetime warranty against manufacture defects

MM Stage design & features

The MM input uses low noise, bipolar input transistors also configured as a compound pair. There are two separate power supplies for each channel and further sub-power supplies for each of the low noise input circuits. Nichicon FG electrolytic capacitors have been used in critical positions throughout the power supplies. Polypropylene capacitors have been used in the signal path and equalization networks. Discrete circuitry is used throughout the signal path ensuring full control of the circuit design.

MC Stage Design & Features

The MC input uses parallel connected, low noise FETs (Field Effect Transistors) configured as a compound pair. The use of FET transistors ensures there is no bias current flowing in the cartridge coil so as not to upset the delicate magnetic geometry of the cartridge. The MC input has the provision for selecting resistive input loading of 70 Ω to 400 Ω and capacitive loading of 1000 pF to 4200 pF. The input sensitivity can be changed by 6 dB via the back panel.



Rega Aria MK3 Phono Stage Review - Read More

"In absolute terms, Rega’s new Aria Mk3 is ever so slightly dynamically constrained. It lacks detailed insight into recordings – but you need to spend two-to-three times as much money to comprehensively surpass it. As an affordable, mid-price phono stage that’s highly configurable and flexible, it is excellent. Although it doesn’t give you every ‘dot and comma’ of what’s in the record groove, it’s the big picture that counts at this price – and here it excels. Musical, engaging and tonally smooth, there’s an awful lot to like here, for the money." - DAVID PRICE

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" Marcus Miller's bass guitar doing the heavy lifting on Que Sera Sera seems to have a raised funk quotient on top of being just as super-taut and articulate as you'd expect. As for Curtis Fuller's skilful but rather under-inflated trombone solo on Blue Train's Locomotion (unfortunately sandwiched between a consummate Coltrane and dazzling Morgan), what typically comes across as lacklustre and washed out, even on CD, is at least given the kiss of life by the Aria and pulled closer to the performance zone occupied by his fellow musicians. The Rega has the happy knack of loving the music


Rega Aria 3 sings sweet and low - Read More

"The Aria 3 is a most excellent phono stage, it has plenty of gain for low output MCs and a good range of load adjustability. Some competing products offer a bit more in this respect but rarely in such a well executed single box solution that sounds this good. For Rega users and beyond the new Aria is a phono stage that fights above its pay grade and let’s you hear just why vinyl will always be the king of formats." - Jason Kennedy


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"As I listened, I forgot about the Aria and the excellent job it was doing in the analogue chain. It's a set it and forget it device. If you want to tinker (go ahead, be brave), there's enough circuitry on board for you to dare to compare. And if you want to sit back and relax and enjoy your vinyl anew, with lots more heard than ever before and in the most musical light, then the Rega Aria would be a wonderful choice. Highly recommended. " - Anthony Kershaw





Maximum Output Level 11 V RMS
Rated Output Level ​200 mV
Output Resistance 100 Ω
Minimum Output Resistance for a -3 dB @ 15Hz 1 k
Power Consumption 10 W
Ambient Operating Temperature 5 to 35 °C
Dimensions (W × H × D) 218 x 78 x 315 mm
Weight 3.1Kg


Rega MC Load Resistance L & R 100 Ω
Rega MC Loading Capacitance L & R 1000 pF
Rega MC Gain L & R 69.3 dB 9 (High setting for Rega MC models)