Section 2 – Optional Competitor Classification System
Normally, each Psychlone competition will consist of a single class for all contestants. At larger venues, the event sponsor may, at his or her discretion, offer two Psychlone classes based on the contestant’s industry affiliation and/or the equipment being used in the installation. When two classes are offered, each contestant shall be catagorized as follows…
2-1 Amateur Division – Contestants who do not meet any of the Pro Division criteria as outlined in Section 2-2 below.
2-2 Pro DivisionThe dBDRA considers any contestant who meets one or more of the following criteria to be a Pro…

  • Anyone who is employed in the auto sound industry.
  • Anyone who is sponsored by someone in the auto sound industry.
  • Anyone who is related to someone in the auto sound industry.
  • Anyone who has competed as a pro in the past.

The dBDRA considers any contestant whose system meets one or more of the following criteria to be a Pro…

  • Systems that incorporate “Competition Grade” components.
  • Systems that incorporate more than 2000 Watts RMS total power.