There’s still time to win this cool QED Reference interconnect set

November 12, 2012
1 min read

OUR SECOND FORUMS MVP competition is running for the full month of November, so there are still weeks left for you to win a 1-metre pair of QED’s Reference Audio Interconnects worth $260.

The features of this cable include:

Silver-plated 99.999% oxygen-free copper (OFC) conductors

Dual symmetrical twisted pair geometry

Double skinned foamed LDPE insulation

Double screened with a silver plated 99.999% OFC braid and a mylar foil wrap for improved shielding

Eight leaf 24K gold plated RCA ground ring

Precision engineered plug with integrated user grip

If you reckon that cable should be in your rack, then getting hold of it is easy:

We’ll pick the Most Valuable Player posting on the Witchdoctor forums in the course of November and the prize is theirs.

This has nothing to do with quantity – a horde of last minute one-word posts aren’t going to win a thing. It’s all about quality: the poster who gets really involved is going to nab this little number and go away laughing.

The judges’ decision (that is – Kramer, Pearce, Steel and Baker) will be final. Industry bods are more than welcome to enter (well, they’ll be entering just by posting) but long posts about their product ranges won’t get them far.

Our forums are located here.

For more information where to buy QED products, check out this page:

Thanks to the good folk at Capisco NZ, the local QED agents for supporting this competition.

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