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  • 2019 Speaker Design Competition Winners

    The Midwest Audiofest Speaker Design Competition continues to shine as an exhibition of creativity, technical aptitude and audio excellence. Contestants traveled to our southwest Ohio location from as far away as New York, California, and South Carolina for this annual competition.

    Special thanks to our judges for contributing their ears and expertise: Jerry McNutt of Eminence, Vance Dickason, who founded Speaker Research Associates, and Tom Perazella, who is a Freelance Writer for
    several industry publications.

    Competition Winners

    Under $200
    1st Nick S. - Moon Drops
    2nd Javad S. - Rivalries
    3rd Bill S. - The Side Towers

    Over $200
    1st Dan N. - Mystiques
    2nd Javad S. - Enthraals
    3rd Adam M. - Provare

    Dayton Audio
    1st Chris B. - RSX
    2nd John H. - C-Cake
    3rd Barrett N. - Troy-Maple Notes

    Open Unlimited
    1st Clay A. - Nebulous Snails
    2nd Jack P. - Cherry Bomb
    3rd Brian Z. - Reference Mini

    Fan Favorite
    Adam M. - Provare
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