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REL Acoustics Subwoofer and Dayton Audio Speaker Contest Giveaway!

by April 11, 2018
REL and Dayton Audio Contest Giveaway!

REL and Dayton Audio Contest Giveaway!

To show some love to our loyal Audioholics readers, we’re partnering with REL Acoustics this month to give away one of their T/5i Powered Subwoofers. The REL Acoustics T/5i Powered Subwoofer definitely fits our mass with class philosophy at Audioholics, where bigger, does not necessarily mean better. The compact T/5i is designed to give smaller sized spaces and systems audiophile quality sound, so while scale may change the performance stays the same.

And as if that would not be cool enough, we are also partnering up with Parts Express to give away one set of their Dayton Audio MK402BT Powered Bluetooth Bookshelf Speakers! For just $98/pair you get a high quality set of Bluetooth speakers with incredible sound quality and an outstanding feature set. 

But remember, you’ve got to be in it to win it!

Both contests end on 4/30/18 at 11:59 PM EST so be sure to click here to Enter the REL Acoustics Giveaway.

(*Winner must be a U.S, U.K, or Canada resident, 18 years old or older with valid email address)

and here to Enter the Dayton Audio Giveaway.

(*Winner must be a U.S or Canada resident, 18 years old or older with valid email address)

Note: Only one entry is accepted for each contest. The system will know if you already entered the contest and will prevent you from multiple entries so don't try to RIG it or Robert Mueller may pay you a visit ;)

See: REL Acoustics T/5i Subwoofer Contest Details

See: Dayton Audio MK402BT Bluetooth Speaker Contest Details

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