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Nothing says "40 glorious years of What Hi-Fi?" quite like a unique turntable, so we've teamed up with our friends at Rega to make our dreams a reality.

For a chance to win a limited-edition What Hi-Fi? 40th anniversary P1 turntable, or one of dozens of other prizes from companies as generous as Arcam, ATC, AudioQuest, Chord, KEF, Q Acoustics, Sennheiser and Yamaha (to name but a few), just answer the simple question on the form by clicking on the link below.

(Hint: to find the correct answer, you'll need a copy of our special 40th anniversary issue of the magazine, which will be in the shops from 1st September. Subscribers should get their copies this weekend).

And to see exactly what other prizes we have on offer in this bonanza giveaway, keep scrolling down the page.

ATC speakers: SCM7 £810, SCM11 £1200, SCM19 £1995 

 

More after the break

Chord Company: Epic interconnect £400, Shawline interconnect £200, Clearway interconnect £100 

 

Terms and Conditions: 1. Fill in required details and click on the submit button. 2. Entries close 11.59pm, Friday 30th September 2016. 3. Prizes are as stated. 4. Open to UK residents aged 18 or over 5. No cash alternative and prizes are non-transferable. 6. Only one entry per person.  7. Individual winners will be listed at random for each listed prize. 8. Where applicable, prizes maybe subject to additional terms and conditions as provided by the prize supplier, and must be agreed to accept the prize. 9. For full terms and conditions click here. The Promoter: Haymarket Media Group, Bridge House, 69 London Road, Twickenham, TW1 3SP.

Comments

ellisdj's picture

Amazing competition

Simply amazing WHF thanks and congrats on 40 years

Andy Clough's picture

Amazing competition

You're welcome smiley

Geddy Lee's picture

Hmmmm

I suppose I could flip through a copy in the shops.....

John Richards's picture

40th Anniversary Giveaway

Young Geddy; you are too late: Alex, Neil and I (The Necromancer) have taken all copies from the news-stand already. We have assumed control.