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Win Teufel Concept B 200 USB Speakers

Andy Vandervell


Win a Set of Teufel Concept B 200 USB Speakers


Due to a database error, any entries made BEFORE Thursday, 26th November were not recorded! We sincerely apologise for this problem and ask those affected to please re-enter the competition. Due to this occurrence we have extended the closing date for this competition to the 18th December.

We don't hand out too many Editor's Choice awards over the course of a year, but one such recipient was the Teufel Concept B 200 speaker system. These 2.0 channel speakers, which would normally set you back £185 from Teufel's website, combine two high quality, triple driver speakers with a base station that contains its own USB soundcard and amplifiers, thus bypassing the generally low quality output of your PC or laptop.

That's not all, though. Extra USB ports allow the base station to act as a USB hub, while additional inputs let you connect other devices, such as a games console, directly to the base station - making this an ideal solution for reducing bedroom clutter.

Of course, being speakers, the most important factor of all is the sound quality and here they truly astound. As Hugo explained in his review:

"...to listen to music through these speakers is to have your collection jump out and give you a warm, tender hug - it's simply lovely."

To celebrate, Teufel has given us two sets of these speakers to give away. To be in with a chance to win, all you must do is answer the question below correctly. You'll be able to find the correct answer on Teufel's website.

Before you enter, however, a few ground rules apply:

  • Anyone employed by or associated with Teufel or IPC Media/TrustedReviews is not eligible.

  • This competition is only open to residents of European Union full member states.

  • This competition will close on 18th December 2009

  • You must be a registered user to enter. You can register by clicking
  • here.

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