- Oct 10, 2020
- Sweden - Слава Україні
I had not bought an amplifier without the manufacturer specifying level of distortion, noise.I had asked myself the question why it is not specified.I think the answer to that question regarding Rega IO can be found in your review.You mean by not specifying any distortion, noise, or really anything other than wattage?
With that said, Rega is not doing anything illegal. Perhaps cowardly not to specifying distortion, noise but not illegal.
I suspect that Rega probably knows its performance but do not want to report it but think that it is enough that the brand Rega itself sells. So maybe it can be?
Or Rega just ignore creating an amplifier with sensible levels of distortion, noise.
Developed construction in a hurry due to ...
One can speculate, but in the end of course I do not know the reasons why it came about that this IO turned out the way it did and yet it ended up on the market.
Additionally, I wrote this in the sister thread about IO
More information before a decision to buy is good so it is great that Amir tested IO.
So I really appreciate you testing what's related to HiFi.