Feel the need for some multi-room audio action? Then read on. Q has joined forces with Pure, the world's leading maker of wireless music and radio systems, to offer five lucky winners a pair of Pure Jongo S340B wireless speakers each (in either black, white, lime, mango or burnt orange), plus one month's free subscription to Pure's cloud-based on-demand music service, Pure Music.
With Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and 360° sound, the Pure Jongo S340B can be used on its own or combined in groups, and can be placed wherever you like thanks to its built-in rechargeable battery pack. Once it is connected to your Wi-Fi network, you can enjoy synchronised music, radio and more, streamed from your smartphone, tablet or compatible Pure products. For more casual audio streaming, you can also use Bluetooth to stream one-to-one from a huge range of mobile devices.
Despite its compact size, the Pure Jongo S340B offers rich, detailed and vibrant sound thanks to its four tweeters and an upward-firing subwoofer for powerful bass. Individual power amplifiers ensure punchy audio and a selection of audio profiles - 360-degree sound, Forward facing stereo or Outdoor boost - make the most of any environment.
For more info, visit Pure.com.
To win, simply insert your own comical caption to the above photograph of The Beatlestaken backstage at a gig in Manchester in 1965.
And here's the winner for Q317 from Matt Symes from Los Angeles, California, who wins an amazing Orange amplifier and cabinet. "Give us a smile, Rose, the patio's finished."
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12:45 PM | 03/01/2013
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