Win a Set of Bowers and Wilkins MM-1 Computer Speakers

Alan Fackler

Feelin' lucky?  We've got a set of Bowers and Wilkins MM-1 Computer Speakers to give away, and this should make you extremely excited for three reasons:

1.  These beastly speakers don't come cheap--they cost $500 for a set.  2.  These are the speakers we chose for our 2010 Dream Machine , and owning anything from a DM build is owning a valuable piece of tech history.  And 3? They're damn good speakers , receiving a 10 "Kick Ass" Rating from our reviews editor Michael Brown.

Excited yet?  We'll be posting the contest on our Facebook page , and all you've got to do to enter the contest is hit the "like" button when we post the link.  We'll make a completely random selection a week from today(August 9th, 2010) from the pool of all you "likers".  Good luck!

MaximumPC Bowers and Wilkins MM-1 Giveaway rules: Winners will be chosen at random on 8/9/10. By entering this contest, you agree that Future US, Inc. may use your name, likeness, and website for promotional purposes without further payment. Employees of Sponsor, its respective parent, subsidiaries, affiliated companies, and agents, and foregoing employees¹ household or immediate family members (defined as parent, spouse, child, sibling, or grandparent) are NOT eligible to enter Contest. All prizes will be awarded, and no minimum number of entries is required. Prizes won by minors will be awarded to their parents or legal guardians. Future US, Inc. is not responsible for damages or expenses the winners might incur as a result of this contest or the receipt of a prize, and winners are responsible for income taxes based on the value of the prize received. A list of winners may also be obtained by sending a stamped, self-addressed envelope toFuture US, Inc. c/o MaximumPC Contest, 4000 Shoreline Court, Suite 400, South San Francisco, CA 94080. This contest is limited to residents of the United States. No purchase necessary; void in Arizona, Maryland, Vermont, Puerto Rico, and where prohibited by law.

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