Contest - Boston Bruins Stereo Headphones

Jun 24 2011

THIS CONTEST HAS ENDED! Winner will be announced soon!!

The prizes and giveaways continue, this time up, courtesy of the fine folks at Coloud.com we have a set of their Boston Bruins NHL branded Stereo Headphones!

ImageHere's some info on these cool looking (assuming you like hockey) headphones with an MSRP of $40:

The Coloud Twelve headphone is a thoroughly tested headphone model proven to work fantastically. It’s a one-size-fits all headphone with a neutral sound and a snug fit.

Features:

  • Team logo printed in 3D rubber patches give headphones a unique feel
  • Adjustable headband provides a perfect fit
  • Features 3.5mm jack for maximum compatibility including iPod

HOW TO ENTER

We have made some changes, so please READ all the rules.

To change things up, we've also added several other methods to increase your chances of winning by adding more entries possible.

The only requirement to enter is:

  • Reply to this thread with a suggestion of what you'd like to see changed on the site. It can literally be anything, or even nothing if you think it's perfect Smile

Just responding to the thread gives you 1 entry, but there is no limit to how many additional entries you can have! The more entries, the greater your chance of WINNING!:

  • Create a legitimate* forum thread (1 entry for every thread)
  • Reply (legitimate* one's here too guys Tongue) to a forum thread or article post (1 entry for every 3 posts)
  • Twitter Users (1 entry)
    • Follow us at Twitter @MissingRemote
    • Tweet the following:
      USERNAME wants to win headphones @MissingRemote http://bit.ly/mrheadphones
    • Make sure you replace "USERNAME" with YOUR MissingRemote.com username!
  • Facebook Users (1 entry)
    • Visit our Facebook Fan Page and click the "Like MissingRemote" button at the top of the fan page (if you don't see it, that means you're already a fan!)
    • And reply to the post on our Wall for this particular contest, with your MissingRemote username

Good luck everyone Smile

RULES/TERMS

Entries will be accepted from 12:00AM PDT on Friday, June 24, 2011 through 11:59PM PDT on Thursday, June 30, 2011 . Winner will be selected by July 11, 2011.

  • This contest is unfortunately only available to US residents in one of the 50 states. Sorry to our international readers, but we are looking into expanding our prize packages in the future.
  • You are only allowed to enter using each method one account. Multiple account entries will disqualify you.
  • Must be a registered user to be eligible to win (remember, if you are entering additional entries when applicable via Twitter/Facebook you must mention your MissingRemote username in that entry)
  • Editors and staff, and associated family of staff are not eligible to win
  • Each prize may have its own rules for eligibility established by Product Sponsors, please read the directions carefully
  • Users may reply to this thread as many times as desired, but only one post will be counted towards the drawing
  • Winners will be notified via e-mail, as well as posted in a news post on the home page of MissingRemote.com; Failure to respond within 72 hours will result in a forfeit of prize and the prize will be re-drawn
  • Most prizes will be shipped to winners via either USPS Priority Mail or Fedex Ground and tracking numbers will be provided. It is the recipient's responsibility to coordinate receipt of item.
  • Some prizes will be shipped to winners directly from Product Sponsor--tracking will still be provided to those as well
  • Prize packages are in excellent condition and have not been used outside of for review purposes and are delivered in AS-IS condition
  • Any attempt to circumvent contest rules will cause ineligibility for user
  • *Legitimate threads and replies will be judged at the sole discretion of MissingRemote's moderator

Comments

I think a check-in with the dvblogic team to discuss the imminent release of v. 4.0 would be a great addition.

I am just getting to know your site, which is great by the way. I'd like to see a categorized index for your reviews so for instance, say I want to see all your reviews of mini-ITX cases I could find them easy. Thanks!

Stardog Champion wrote:
I am just getting to know your site, which is great by the way. I'd like to see a categorized index for your reviews so for instance, say I want to see all your reviews of mini-ITX cases I could find them easy. Thanks!

We have that available as tags right now but we are still in the process of going through previous reviews and populating it.  When that is "more" complete we will make the tags easily accessible to drill down.

My suggestion was going to be a drop down for the reviews tab as well.  Glad to hear you are working on it.

I think you guys should have a little section devoted to purchasing parts for an HTPC build.

Here's the premise, the section has 3 categories: on the cheap, midrange, and futureproof.

on each of the three pages is a build summary table like the one you have on the "beginner's guide to building an HTPC". Here's the catch: Once a month (or quarterly, or yearly) you update the components (with prices).

That way, people looking to build an HTPC can at a glance see what they might expect to spend for what type of quality build.

joeywan2002 wrote:

I think you guys should have a little section devoted to purchasing parts for an HTPC build.

Here's the premise, the section has 3 categories: on the cheap, midrange, and futureproof.

on each of the three pages is a build summary table like the one you have on the "beginner's guide to building an HTPC". Here's the catch: Once a month (or quarterly, or yearly) you update the components (with prices).

That way, people looking to build an HTPC can at a glance see what they might expect to spend for what type of quality build.

Oh stay tuned! I'm right there with you on this request, and I think you're going to love what we have in store, but it may be a bit until we get this particular feature.

I think the site needs a graphical WAF rating system.  With a smiley face for friendly stuff and a little glaring eyeball icon to let me know I shouldn't buy something unless I want to sleep on the couch...

Any way that when I re-visit a blog post with new comments that the site can automatically bounce me down to the first new comment?   It seems to me there used to be a link to the new comments at the top, but I haven't seen that lately.

jrandeck wrote:

Any way that when I re-visit a blog post with new comments that the site can automatically bounce me down to the first new comment?   It seems to me there used to be a link to the new comments at the top, but I haven't seen that lately.

This was broken for a while but should be working now. If you click on the (Number) next to the thread on the "Recent Topics" section, it should jump you to the newest posts. Is that what you're referring to?

Mike Garcen wrote:

This was broken for a while but should be working now. If you click on the (Number) next to the thread on the "Recent Topics" section, it should jump you to the newest posts. Is that what you're referring to?

We had a "Last Post" when it was a mix Forum Post \ Article (that we don't do anymore).  We will add that back on for comments as well.

I kinda like the format for the forum's posts vs the article post's comment area.  Is there a plan to standardize them so they both have a similar looking format?

This was broken for a while but should be working now. If you click on the (Number) next to the thread on the "Recent Topics" section, it should jump you to the newest posts. Is that what you're referring to?

I didn't know about clicking the number on the "Recent Topics" section.  I remember seeing a link at the top of the post with the number of new posts or something like that.  It might have just been for forum posts.  On the old site, the forums and blog comments seemed more seamless (the blog comments were forum threads then, right?)

Edit:  It doesn't look like clicking on the number works if there is more than one page of comments (which is when it's most useful.)

Please for the love of all that is holy change where you register for the website. It took me 10 minutes to find it!!!!

This website needs a place where I can refill my coffee. Smile Seriously though, it looks good...although when I registered I didn't see a place to create a password and had to do a password change via email...although I'm not completely ruling out user error (see above coffee comment).

Something that would be nice to have is a hardware/software repository where one could find links to home theater specific products. Not just your own reviews but also user submitted links/reviews

Maybe a way to help choose htpc components with a reliability factor. For example, recommending a video card and driver version known as stable...

I don't want to win, I hate the Bruins...

Chasseur wrote:

I don't want to win, I hate the Bruins...

ROFL! Alan is with you on that one!

I'm new here..I'm gonna take a stroll around..interesting site Smile @saraminda

A mobile friendly page would be nice.  Being able to go m.missingremote.com and have it look nice on my phone would rock.

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