WIN! A fantastic Computer Audio Design GC1 Ground Control worth £1,695!

WIN! A fantastic Computer Audio Design GC1 Ground Control worth £1,695!

Computer Audio Design has teamed up with Hi-Fi+ magazine to bring you an exciting competition and a chance to win a GC1 Ground Control and CAD Ground Control Cable worth £1,995.

Roy Gregory wrote the most recent Computer Audio Design review on the company’s Reference £20,500 GC-R Ground Control in Hi-Fi+ issue #185 (pages 33-38).

Roy Gregory wrote: “The premise behind the GC-R is to provide a separate, clean ground for the system’s signal bus, independent of and in addition to the (essential) AC ground – although they can also be connected to the star-ground of an AC distribution block. That they work is, frankly, beyond dispute if you actually bother to listen to them.”

He further ruminated, “So the real questions posed by the GC-R are not, “Does it work?” – it does, spectacularly well – but should it be viewed as an addition to a separate AC ground, a substitute for one – or both?”

Roy went on to say, “As to the connections themselves. the GC-R offers eight ground points as standard, although the number of ground points and the necessary ground cables can be specified to suit a given system and are included in the price.”

Competition Question

How many ground points does the GC-R have as standard?

A. 4

B. 6

C. 8

To answer, please visit the CAD dedicated competition page at or send your name, address, phone number and correct answer to ‘CAD competition’, Unit 3, Sandleheath Industrial Estate, SP6 1PA, UK.

Competition Rules

The competition will run from August 6th 2020 until October 1st 2020. The competition is open to everyone, but multiple, automated or bulk entries will be disqualified. The winner will be chosen at random from all valid entries, will be contacted via email (where possible) and their name will be published in the magazine. The Editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Absolute Multimedia (UK) Ltd. is compliant with the Data Protection Act and UK laws apply. Our policy is such that we will not pass on your details to any third party without your prior consent.

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