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Looking for DJ Equipment Options?

Dj Equipment-What You Need to Know

If you are planning to become a be a DJ, a disk jockey, one the most difficult things you will come across is to buy your own hardware. It will be difficult not because of anything else, but because DJ equipment is expensive. In order to buy all the equipment you really need you will have to spend thousands of dollars. To have what you really need to be a DJ you wont have to buy only on piece of equipment but many. A DJ can mix and match pieces of different qualities and price ranges to make the entire outfit suit a budget plan. One of the most expensive tools that you will need to buy is a mixer. Sound mixers can vary from make to make and from model to model and their price tag depends on their attributes and their quality. You can buy a DJ mixer for a couple hundered dollars to a few thousand dollars. If you are brand new to the disk jockey business, it is recommended that you only invest only a few hundred dollars. The less costly mixers can work just as well as the more expensive ones and if you are new to DJ'ing then you should not pay too much money because you aren't sure how business will be. The good news is that makers of quality mixers and audio equipment in general, like Numark, Gemini, Aiwa, Akai produce high quality economic DJ mixers.
After the mixer you will require a turntable as well. There are different types of turntables readily available. If you are in to vinyl then you should get a traditional DJ turntable, or if you are into CD's and MP3's there is a broad selection of turntables for the new technologies that resemble the traditional ones. In general, turntables are more expensive than simple players, but there are good ones available in the market for under $400. You can even elect to buy a direct drive turntable, but you will have to spend more money for one of these. Most DJs however prefer them as they play records faster and don't lag. Players are much cheaper than turntables but have less features. DJs who like to scratch and spin records prefer the turntables because players only provide sound output like any other CD or DVD player. A new DJ should not spend too much on equipment. And one item you can conserve money for is the speakers. Speakers are used for live events and as a DJ if you want to limit your costs and not have to lease any equipment in the future. In general the price tag of any speaker depends on the price of its output. There are modest woofer speakers that a DH can buy for less than $100. if you are new to the field you might look into buying a DJ pack, a DJ in a box package and save money. These packages contain everything you will need. Using cheap DJ equipment is only advised for new DJs. If you start getting jobs and start making money then you should consider buying more state-of-the-art equipment.

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