Just in time for Christmas (!), we’ve teamed up with Scottish audio company Reid and Heath Acoustics to offer you the chance to win a set of their latest product, the CA-200 headphone.

Realising that good ‘fit’ is as important as the sound quality itself, the new phones incorporate what they term the ErgoFit™ system, designed at their Scottish R&D centre. The CA-200s incorporate this ErgoFit™ technology; a multi-axes adjustment system, which is coupled with soft earpads to accommodate the contours of the individual user.

For the technically-minded among you, driving the headphones are 40mm mylar speakers, neodymium magnets and CCAW voice coils for crystal clear reproduction throughout the audio spectrum.

Other ergonomic features include a detachable fabric braided cable to eliminate tangling and prolong cable life, and a headband constructed from an advanced thermoplastic hybrid developed in the automotive industry which makes the CA-200s robust yet lightweight. That’s how Reid Heath describe the product, but we’ve tried them and are forced to agree!

Simply email [email protected], with your details and the answer to this question: Which country are Reid and Heath Acoustics based in?

You can see Reid and Heath Acoustics’ products in action at their shop in Glasgow’s St Enoch Centre until Xmas and beyond. More at www.rhacoustics.com

The CA-200 is available in store, and also and from HMV, Comet, Selfridges, Dixons Travel and Amazon.co.uk at a RRP of £39.95.