Win a set of bamboo speakers worth $400 for you and a friend (CONTEST)

Oct 3 2017, 6:19 am

Music has the power to make everything better.

You could be having a bad day and then as soon as Beyoncé’s Run the World comes on your playlist, things get a whole lot better.

But how and where you hear the hypnotic beats can be a game-changer. If you’re chilling out at home you’ll want to be able to hear your favourite tracks throughout your apartment – not just in one area.

Luckily, your place can now easily sound like a music studio with a set of speakers that actually cost less than $500. We’re not kidding.

The speakers? YU4’s by local electronics company Kanto. And you could be the lucky reader to win your own set of these, plus another set for your friend – for free, by entering the contest below.

A pretty cool aspect about Kanto speakers (which come in a range of different sizes) is that they’re state-of–the-art, clean, and compact audio equipment that sound so much more than they cost.

Plus they’re super stylish and made from an environmentally-friendly, natural material – bamboo. You can snap up models like the YU4YU6 ($499.99)SUB6 ($299.99), and the SUB8 ($359.99) on Amazon. Or, you could win a set of YU4 speakers, plus another pair for your friend, right here.

It’s that easy.


Enter for your chance to win two sets of YU4 bamboo speakers from Kanto worth $400 CAD.


To enter to win two sets of YU4 bamboo speakers from Kanto, do the following;

Contest entries will be accepted from the time and date of publishing until 11:59 pm on October 17, 2017. One winner will be chosen at random and contacted through the platform they used to enter.

Contest Guidelines

You can shop the brand’s speakers and accessories like speaker stands, on Amazon, or you can pop into local record stores; Neptoon RecordsNCIXThe Turntable ShopSimply Computing, or Ayreborn Audio, to test them out before buying. 

The difference between Kanto and other audio equipment providers is that all of their product research, design, development, and customer service happens in the Lower Mainland. This means if you have an issue with your product, you can call the company directly and speak to a trained staff member (human) who can assist you, as opposed to reaching an automated line.

For more information, visit Kanto on TwitterFacebook, and Instagram.

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