Seasons greetings, pop pickers. Here’s your chance to win one of a host of bumper classic hi-fi goodies in the last of our three sensational Classic Christmas Quizzes!
The first prize winner gets a broken BBC-branded ferric C60 cassette with writing on the label and no box – signed by the zStereo team!
The second prize winner gets a cheap pair of unbranded RCA interconnects (and the red one only works when you wiggle it) signed by the zStereo team!
The third prize winner gets a MiniDisc recorded with assorted speeches from Liberal Democrat party leader Tim Farron, signed by you know who!
Philips and Sony agreeing on a 120mm, 650MB disc meant what?
a. Compact Disc had a superior dynamic range to AM radio
b. Compact Disc was able to run uncompressed 18-bit PCM
c. a single CD could contain all of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony
d. ELO’s Out of the Blue could not be released in CD format
What were Sonneteer’s Campion and Alabaster amplifiers named after?
a. shades of Dulux magnolia paint
b. Sunday evening TV dramas
c. English poets
d. prescription painkillers
What do the initials L.F.D. stand for?
a. Lousy Friggin’ Design
b. Low Fuzzy Distortion
c. Lovely Fez, Darling
d. Little Fizz Digital
Who founded the Audiolab brand?
a. Peter Swint and Derek Westland
b. Philip Swift and David Scotland
c. Peter Swale and Damon Ireland
d. Philip Swift and Derek Scotland
What was the product number of Audio Technica’s Sound Burger turntable?
Which Japanese company pioneered the Power MOSFET?
Who founded SME Ltd.?
a. Robert Louis Stevenson
b. Jean Paul Satre
c. Alastair Robertson-Aikman
d. Colonel Bufton-Tufton
Who designed the classic Epos ES14 loudspeaker?
a. Robin Williams
b. Robin Hood
c. Robin Marshall
d. Robin Reliant
Which of the following cassette decks was made by Nakamichi?
a. Sonab C-500
b. Sony TC-K75
c. Aiwa AD-2000
d. Pioneer CT-F500
What was Pink Triangle’s THE PIP?
a. a DAC
b. a phono stage
c. a preamplifier
d. a power amplifier
Mail your entries for quizzes 1,2 and 3 in to email@example.com now!
Watch out for the answers on Boxing Day, and the lucky winner announced…