If music be the food of love, eat on! Whether you’d die for a Drum and Bass donner or a dusting of Dub on rye you’ll want to enter our

Win a Whopper of a

Linn Products Ltd, based in Glasgow is an independent precision engineering company specialising in top performance sound production. Founded in 1972 by Ivor Tiefenbrun, the company grew out of his belief that he could vastly improve the quality of his own hi-fi system.

In a similar way the tripTych weekend aims to vastly improve the quality and choice of accessible music and music related events. From the 27th April, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen will be sonically spoiled with artists ranging from Derrick May and Kevin Saunderson to Jimmy Cliff and Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry. After all that it would be a shame to go back home and listen to your faves on a two-bob trannie, wouldn’t it?

That’s why The List has teamed up with Linn and tripTych to offer the chance to win a Linn Classik integrated CD player, tuner, preamplifier and power amplifier.

The simple, stylish sound system worth £1000 has all the features needed to appease the most discerning music lover. It also comes with knock-out 5110 speakers worth £200. The winner can choose between silver, black, green, blue or white models.

All you have to do to enter is to answer this simple question. Who pioneered the now standard form of music notation? A: Mozart

B: J S Bach

C: Richard Clayderman

All answers on a music-themed postcard to Linn/Triptych Competition

The List Ltd 14 High Street Edinburgh EH1 1TE

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Entries must be in by Wednesday 25m April, 2001

Product demonstrations are available at : Linn at Princes Square, The Terrace, Princes Square Shopping Centre, 48 Buchanan Street, Glasgow, G1 3JN. Tel +44 (0) 141 204 4602. email princessquare@linn.co.uk