To mark the end of its 30th-anniversary year and celebrate the company’s 1989 debut into the pro audio world, Chord Electronics has teamed up with fellow pro audio (and 30-year-strong) in-ear monitor brand, Empire Ears, to offer new customers the chance to win a pair of ESR universal IEMs worth £750.

To automatically enter the prize draw, customers simply need to purchase and register (online) any new Chord Electronics device, from now until January 31st 2020 (23.59 GMT).

Chord Mojo/Poly

In addition, customers who purchase and register a Poly wireless streaming/SD module (for Mojo), will qualify for an additional prize draw, to win one of ten premium leather Mojo/Poly VanNuys cases worth £120 each. The prize draw is open to global customers who are 18+.

Empire Ears

Designed by Grammy Award-winning engineer Michael Graves, the Empire Ears ESR features a powerful four-way synX crossover network with three proprietary drivers. It is the company’s flattest in-ear monitor and is ideal for use at home, in studios and on stage.

The Mojo/Poly premium leather case offers stylish protection for on-the-go usage and has been styled by Chord Electronics’ John Franks and Fumi Higashi San of VanNuys Inc. and is exclusively manufactured by VanNuys Inc. in Tokyo. The design gives unrestricted access to Poly’s microSD card slot, Micro USB charging port, device status indicators and configuration port, plus Mojo’s twin 3.5mm headphone mini-jack outputs and illuminated control spheres.

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