May 09, 2011
| by Grant Clauser
Have you been checking out the extreme technology installations in our Home of the Year Special Section? Then you might have seen a little magnifying glass on some of them. If you haven’t yet, then you should check out the articles because you could end up scoring some killer home technology gear in our HOTY Sweepstakes.
We’ll be giving away 2 (3 during week 5) prizes every week through June 6th, 2011. All you have to do is find this week’s featured prizes on the pages of our 2011 HOTY feature, and tell us which homes they are found in. (hint: look for the special magnifying glass icon) This week’s featured prizes can be found on the form below. You could win a pair of $2,500 speakers, high-end universal remotes, subwoofers, a complete soundbar system, a top-shelf amplifier and more! The prizes and questions change every Monday, so be sure to visit each week through June 6thto enter!
Prizes to be awarded include:
Sonance Visual Performance VP85R In-Ceiling Speakers (pair) ($1,300 MSRP)
URC KP-4000 In-Wall Touchscreen ($599 MSRP)
Polk Audio SurroundBar 6000 IHT ($499.95 MSRP)
Active Thermal Management Cool-Cube Enclosure Cooling System
James Loudspeakers 62SDX in wall speakers (pair) ($2,200 MSRP)
URC MX-980 Universal Learning Remote ($599 MSRP)
Lutron Electronics CL Dimmer ($39 MSRP)
BG Radia SA-320 in-wall speakers (pair) ($2,500 MSRP)
Triad In-Room Silver Satellites in black (pair) ($700 MSRP)
Velodyne Acoustics DEQ-12R Sub-Woofer ($799 MSRP)
Anthem MRX 300 A/V Receiver, MSRP of $999.00
Where can you find the answers that may lead to prizes?
Maybe in this article about a Casablanca-inspired home theater.
Or maybe in this article about an amazing bedroom suite in Malibu.
Or maybe in this baseball fan’s home run outdoor theater.
You’ll have to check out the stories to win, and along the way, hopefully you’ll get some ideas for your next home technology project.
Grant Clauser has been covering home electronics for more than 10 years with editorial roles in several consumer and trade magazines. He's done ISF-level damage to hundreds of reviewed products and has had audio training from Home Acoustics Alliance and Sencore. He's also the author of the book The Trouble with Rivers
. Follow him on Twitter @geclauser.