March Madness giveaway: Win Axiom's Epic Grand Master 500 speaker system -

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There’s more to be won during March Madness than pride for your team: Digital Trends is giving away an Axiom Epic Grand Master 500 set to one lucky winner during the month of March.

Some lucky fan is going to take home the high-end, designer loudspeakers. The quality EP500 offers unbeatable surround sound and impressive subwoofer abilities, easily besting many competitor systems. And you won’t have to sacrifice half a room to house it: the EP500 is a space and design conscious system that won’t crowd your space or become an eyesore.

To enter, just fill the form out below. The contest runs from March 1 to April 4, and you can check out our Facebook Page and listen to the Cort and Fatboy show every Wednesday to hear more about it.

For more on the speakers check out our Axiom Epic Grand Master 500 Review.

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