Win Audioquest Jitterbug FMJs and Dragonfly DACs

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Win Audioquest Jitterbug FMJs and Dragonfly DACs

AudioQuest in collaboration with The Ear are offering ten lucky music lovers the chance to win a pair of their new JitterBug FMJ noise filters which retail for £49/€59/$60 each. The latest FMJ or full metal jacket version of the JitterBug is designed to minimise the amount of noise getting into a digital system and typically placed between a PC, network server or smartphone and a DAC. Jitterbugs can also be used in parallel to reduce noise getting into digital sources via unused USB connections.

 

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We are looking for ten people to review two JitterBug FMJs as used in their own systems, so hopefully we’ll be able to replicate a good number of the types of systems that are typically being used by our readers. Submit your thoughts and review either in writing or video and we will publish the highlights of the winning submissions on The Ear. 

In order to be in with a chance of winning all you need to do is tell us how you would use AudioQuest JitterBug FMJs in your system. You don’t need a fancy system to impress us, in fact we are looking for a variety of different systems from portable smartphone rigs right up to full blown network streaming audiophile extravaganzas, just to see how the JitterBug FMJ does or doesn’t benefit in different set ups.

 

Once we have selected the ten lucky people they will have a month to assess the JitterBug FMJs and send in their opinions in either written or video form. Audioquest will offer a first prize of a DragonFly Cobalt; a second prize of a DragonFly Red and third prize of a DragonFly Black to the most innovative and interesting reviews. Of course the biggest prize will be the glory of having your name in the bright glow of The Ear’s onscreen pages. This competition is open to the UK, US and Europe but all submissions need to be in English please.

Rules
Entries need to be submitted to editor@the-ear.net before 31st May 2021.
The Ear reserves the right to edit entries prior to publication.
Multiple or bulk entries will be disqualified.
The Editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into .
The Ear is compliant with the data protection act, we will not pass on your details to any third party without your prior consent.