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JBL - Win a Trip to Las Vegas!
JBL is celebrating the launch of its One Series 104 compact reference monitors with the ultimate giveaway – enter now and you could win a trip for two to JBL Fest 2019 in Las Vegas!
JBL Fest is a 3-day celebration featuring exclusive live music and an exciting look inside the world of JBL. To celebrate the launch of the new One Series 104 compact reference monitors, JBL is giving one lucky person two free tickets to JBL Fest 2019 with travel to Las Vegas and accommodation included!
Just think, you could be flying to Las Vegas for three days of music and sunshine from October 9 to October 11. Last year, the list of featured artists included Ellie Goulding, Tinie Tempah, and Pitbull, and this year we’ve heard that Khalid is due to be there as well as many others.
JBL One Series 104 Studio Monitors
The new JBL One Series 104 is the perfect desktop reference monitor for content creators. Whether you’re producing music, YouTube videos, podcasts, or other digital media, you’ll love the 104’s compact size, powerful volume, and most of all, their reference-grade sound. These compact speakers offer true clarity with no colouration – just what you need for confident media production.
This competition is exclusive to Gear4music customers who are resident in the UK, and we’re doing our very best to spread the word! If you’d like to enter, you’ll need to head to the JBL One Series 104 product page. Here you’ll be able to follow the entry link to answer a question about these fantastic new monitors, as well as register your details in case you win!
Enter now | JBL One Series 104 product page and entry
Terms and Conditions
This competition is open from Monday 1st July 2019 at 09:00 to Saturday, 31st August 2019 at 23:59. No purchase is necessary to enter. Winners shall be notified on or before September 16th, 2019. Entrants must be residents of the UK.
Full terms and conditions can be found on the JBL entry website.
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By Matt WilkinsonPosted on 22 Jul 2019 09:56 to category : Instruments News
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