Sony has been a leader in home and personal audio for decades. I’ve been listening on Sony products for most of my life (I even owned a bright yellow Sony Sport Walkman years ago). My taste in music has changed (slightly) but Sony quality has not. However, the range of Sony audio products is huge; you may have trouble deciding which one to get for your home next!. Well, since September is Home Theatre Month at Best Buy, we think it’s a great time to give Canadians a chance to win some of the fantastic Sony audio products that may be on their wish-lists. We have two contests offering Sony Audio prizes in progress this month. In this contest, I have one combination prize of a Sony receiver and turntable. See below for the link to our other contests at Best Buy.
Which audio component is next on your wish-list
In life we all have to make choices. Some choices are harder than others. For example, you may have a hard time deciding which of the recent viral shark songs you like best: Baby Shark or Reggae Shark (I’m leaning toward Baby Shark myself; I can’t help but smile when I watch it!).
Think for a second about your home audio system and the components that it’s lacking. Which new audio component is first on your list? You may have a stack of records that you can’t play, so a turntable may be next. Alternatively, you may realize that a turntable will be useless without a great receiver and amplifier to carry the signal from the turntable to your speakers. Just like trying to decide which of the above videos you like best, it’s a dilemma!
Which Sony audio component do you need in your home
In his review of this receiver and turntable, Brad Moon discusses that someone just getting into vinyl or wanting to get an entry level player for his old LPs would be well served by the Sony PS-LX300USB turntable. It’s easy to setup and use, and has the added benefit of USB connectivity so you can connect it to a PC and convert your vinyl recordings to MP3. He also pointed out that pairing this turntable with Sony’s STR-DH190 receiver is a solid choice. This receiver comes with Bluetooth support so you can stream music from your phone through the receiver.
Now, if you had to choose, which one would you prefer to get first for your home: the turntable or the receiver. One lucky person will not have to worry—the person who wins this contest will get both!
HOW TO ENTER
Entering this contest is easy, but you can only enter once. In a comment below this article, tell us which you would prefer for your home: the Sony turntable or the Sony receiver and why. If you want, you can also weigh in on the other tough choice discussed above: Reggae Shark or Baby Shark.
WHAT YOU CAN WIN
At the end of the contest we will select one winner to receive both Sony audio components: the Sony PS-LX300USB turntable and the Sony STR-DH190 receiver.
This contest will run from Sept 12th until Sept 25th.
Remember you can only enter once. However, you can tell your friends and family about this awesome contest. You could even strike a deal saying, “let’s split the prize and whoever wins gets first choice.” At the very least you can introduce them to those two shark videos above!
Win a Sony Turntable and Receiver Contest Rules and Regulations
|We frequently have many contests running at Best Buy so check out the “contests in progress” page for more great contests to enter.|
I would love to and have serious want for the Sony turntable! I have say Sony receiver summer 1970s believe it’s 1977 did I have had since it was new. And I checked it because of the quality not because I thought it was going to go up in price. But it has dramatically. And that new Sony turntable would work terrific with my receiver. Thank you for the opportunity. Sincerely , Glenn
I am very happy to announce the winner of this Sony turntable and receiver:
Ryan K. – Vancouver, BC
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I would like the Sony turntable to play my dad’s old records
I would love a new turntable to use with my existing vintage hifi unit
I’m hoping that this is PST as it’s 9:10 or I’m just 10 minutes late for EST! I would LOVE to win a turntable, my teen daughter wants one so bad, she’s already buying vinyl… and we don’t even have one, lol!
We have some records so I would pick the turntable.
I would choose the turntable. Seems more practical.
I’d prefer the receiver because of the FM radio, and Bluetooth.
I would prefer the turntable to play some old records.
I would love to win the Sony SDR-DH190 receiver! I will be buying a 55 in TV this year and this would be the icing on the cake!
I prefer the Sony receiver because of the Bluetooth connectivity.
I have a lot of old vinyl so I would choose the the turntable
I would choose the the Sony receiver since I already have a turntable
Dad wants the turntable. I would like the receiver.
I would prefer to win the turntable. I have records.
I would prefer the Sony turntable. My father was quite a big record collector back in the day, so it would be nice to gift him this and see him smile remembering his youthful days while he listens to his still in good condition record collection. And definitely have to say Baby Shark doo doo doo doo doo dooo 🙂
I would prefer the turntable since my old turntable stopped working several years ago and I still have LPs and some 45s.
I would prefer the receiver because i gave away all of my vinal
I would love to dust off my old LP’s and play them on a new Sony turntable.
the turn table.. I had one a million years ago and I miss it alot!!!
I would prefer the turntable, because we don’t have one anymore.
Receiver! It looks amazing!
I would love a new turntable to use with my existing vintage hifi unit
I would prefer the Sony turntable for my home because we don’t have a turntable!
I just inherited a turntable and boxes of vinyl, but the turntable is dead, so a new Sony turntable would be perfect to plug into my current Sony receiver.
I would love to win the Sony turntable to play old and new vinyl.
I would prefer the turntable so I could play records
I would love the turntable
The Sony turntable is cool. It sure beats the one that I have now.
need both to transfer hundreds of records to PC
I would prefer the receiver. I have a good turntable but my receiver is getting old 🙂
I would prefer the Sony receiver as it has Bluetooth and FM radio that I use the most on day-to-day basis.
I could use both. But if I had to choose I’d pick the receiver
I would love a Sony turntable so I could play the records on wax that I grew up with
I would prefer the Sony turntable so I can start playing my old records again!
Definitely Sony turntable – would be a great upgrade from what we are using now!
i could use a new turntable to get the most out of my records.
I would prefer the receiver because I could use my turntable and iphone with it.
The SONY turntable! My old Emerson record player with 8-track combo from the 70’s finally quit working 🙁
And reggae shark, he’s in a band with a seal which helps
I’d prefer the Sony receiver so I can play my music loud at home for myself and my friends!
i’d like the receiver so I can condense all my devices
I’d prefer the sony turntable because there’s something so classy about music records!
I’d prefer the Sony turntable to play our old music records.
The turntable sounds awesome! I love collecting music and some of my favourites (although they are mp3 versions) are oldies recorded on vinyl that haven’t been remastered and sound amazing! I remember when I was young my grandpa used to have some vinyls but I never heard them played, I’d be nice to.
I would prefer the turntable so I could play records!
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