Win K167 TIESTO headphones in our competition! - PSNEurope

Win K167 TIESTO headphones in our competition!

The deadline is rapidly approaching to win a superb pair of headphones, courtesy of PSNEurope and AKG.
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The deadline is rapidly approaching to win a superb pair of headphones, courtesy of PSNEurope and AKG.

As part of their 65th anniversary celebrations, the team at AKG have given PSNEurope a pair of K167 DJ headphones to give away as a competition prize. The cans, worth €249 RRP, are officially endorsed by the world’s leading DJ, one Tijs Michiel Verwest AKA Tiesto.

Here’s what AKG say about them: “The K167 TIESTO is an over-ear, closed-back design for high comfort and maximum noise rejection. Suitable for multiple applications, from the stage to the studio, DJs, music enthusiasts and TIËSTO fans will enjoy the stunning design and impressive sound quality, even in loud environments. Its 40mm driver allows for higher sound pressure levels, while its roadworthy design provides maximum reliability.”

For a chance to win, you need to identify six men from six pictures of their hairy chins. Forget Review of the Year: this is Review of the Beards.

Email the answers to beards@intentmedia.co.uk, but do it before 4 JANUARY 2013, the closing date. All correct entries will be entered into a draw and one winner, picked at random, will win the headphones. Contributors to PSNEurope may not enter; the editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Good luck! And bring on the facial furniture!

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