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  1. Hi All If you've wondered about this question and many others in terms of your lighting or audio gear, we have a new weekly email series out that will help you get the best out of your lighting and audio set up.. Other topics we cover are:- - Getting the best effect from sound active lights - Creating unforgettable themed parties using these simple ideas - Laser and Strobe safety - audio setup troubleshooting and much more If you're on facebook and you wish to subscribe, go to http://www.facebook.com/LightsoundsHQ/app_160291820682178 If you can't get to it through this link, you can subscribe at http://www.lightsounds.com.au/Subscribe_to_Bright_Ideas_Sound_Advice Please let me know what your thoughts are and if you've got specific topics you'd like us to cover and we'll try our best to do so.. thank you
  2. another alternative that stacks up well compared to the Rokits (and cheaper) are the New Gemini Sr series. I was pleasantly surprised when they arrived in store and tested them against the Rokit 5's. Either way no matter which speakers you decide on purchasing make sure you listen to them yourself. Take a cd of some tracks that you know well along to the store and compare as many as you can in your price point. The SR5's are below if you want to have a look http://www.lightsounds.com.au/gemini_5_active_studio_reference_monitor_8359_prd1.htm
  3. "shameless plug" we also sell online http://www.lightsounds.com.au/ If you have any specific questions by all means get in touch. Adrian
  4. Not sure if you trek up to Sydney very often but our Darlinghurst store does have the DJ booth for $20 per hour. There are CDJ2000's and a DJM2000, turntables etc by all means give them a call on 02 9357 1771 to book. http://www.lightsounds.com.au/sydney-city.htm Cheers Adrian
  5. Yes there's an extended warranty. Follow the link below http://www.lightsounds.com.au/img_src_http_www.lightsounds.com.au_content_fs_red_8346_prd1.htm?pSearchQueryId=346942
  6. Review from DJ Worx up now http://djworx.com/review-gemini-cdj-700-media-player/ In stock now and available to demo at most stores (if you're interested give them a call) http://www.lightsounds.com.au/img_src_http_www.lightsounds.com.au_content_fs_red_8346_prd1.htm?pSearchQueryId=346942 Just to answer a couple of points the screen is pretty crap, too small and touch screen is fairly useless. Still a better screen then most CDJs on the market but no link feature or possibilty of a pro dj link type application is disappointing. This feature isn't availabe on any Pioneer players until you get to the CDJ900 so not a suprise. USB hard drives are so cheap these days so no problem to buy a couple of sticks CDJ effects also suck compared to mixers ones Not everybody has a mixer with effects so the option is there. The filter is especially useful with the ability to control it with the jog wheel
  7. If you are in Melbourne check out the http://digginmelbourne.wordpress.com/ website which has a pretty extensive list of stores, some that deliver.
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