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Old 9th March 2012, 01:16 AM   #1
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Check out the Car Audio Challenge here!

If you’ve ever installed a new stereo in your car, wired up a window shaking subwoofer in your trunk or tricked out your headrests with DVD players, then you’ve got an entry in the Car Audio Contest!

The only requirements for entry are that the project must somehow be related to mobile audio & entertainment and be installed in a car, motorcycle or boat. Entries can be as simple as a basic explanation of your overhauled head unit or speakers, or as complicated as the industrial capacitors that you welded into the back of your van to feed the power munching draw of your 5000W subwoofer array.

Enter now for your chance to win a 900-watt Kenwood Dual 12” Subwoofer with Amplifier, Audiophile Grado SR60 Headphones, Instructables Prize packs, and more!

Please email me if you have any questions about the contest or Instructables at rocksmith@instructables.com!
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