6 Pieces Of DJ Equipment You Should Consider Buying

The role of disk jockeys has evolved over the recent years, to a point where they are now considered an integral part of nightclub scenes.

By Nik LiakContributing Author

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As a modern DJ, there is certain Single CD Player you need, to improve the quality of your music. The role of disk jockeys has evolved over the recent years, to a point where they are now considered an integral part of nightclub scenes. Below are some quality DJ gear that you can get to boost your performance: 

1. Gemini CDJ-650

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This CDJ is easy to navigate and has a VINYLY function that works smoothly as well. The loop section can be adjusted as per your demands plus output adjustment is also great. Furthermore, the Slot-in drive is versatile and can read both CD, MP3 and CD-R recordings. Also available is a USB port that can be used to connect it with other music storage devices such as laptops. Britain's DJ Smokin Jo often uses it in her shows. 

2. Sennheiser HD-280 Pro

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Sennheiser produces quality sound output and most DJs agree that it’s perfect for tracking vocals, auditory instruments and loud amplifier electrics. Likewise, they’re comfortable on the head, easy to adjust and the earpieces can be folded back for storage when not in use. There are no sound leakages even when the equipment is cranked up to full volume. Not to mention that it’s also adjustable and can fit every head. DJ A-Trak is a distinguished user of these headphones.

3. Pioneer PLX-1000

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This high-torque direct drive system is designed for optimum sound quality, it also has a user-friendly control panel with detachable electric and audio cables. These make the machine easy to carry and fit at any particular space, even the most restricted ones. DJ Vice uses it a lot. 

4. Behringer DJX750

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Behringer is a professional 5-channel music mixer with a stylish black design and automated 24-bit digital effects with advanced parameter control, time/beat sync display and 3-way switch off nodes with steep frequency separation features. Furthermore, users will experience no problems with noisy faders since they all feel calm and smooth. DJ Drama is famous for using it in his sets

These pieces of gear will make spinning dance records a lot much easier, since users can manage huge music files effortlessly

5. Serato DJ Software (Box-Version)

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The Serato (Box-Version) DJ Software can simultaneously run 2-4 digital decks at once, but with the appropriate hardware to support. Also available are BPM, smart playlist, pitch information and time tracking functions. Furthermore, a variety of software apps in Studio mode can be modified and managed individually by each user. Dutch's DJ Hardwell is fond of using it in his shows. 

6. Tascam MD-CD1 MKIII

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The Tascam MP3 Player is designed to play MP3 files continuously, with pitch control function that can change sound tempo and input thomann simultaneously from +16% to -50%. Also available is an infra-red remote receiver that can be deactivated when needs be. Award-winning DJ Infamous uses it a lot. 

Bottom Line

The main thing to remember when buying Single CD Player is that they should all be compatible with each other. These pieces of gear will make spinning dance records a lot much easier, since users can manage huge music files effortlessly plus they also offer great potential for control and music manipulations. 

Since their introduction into the market, these Single CD Player have grown more powerful and versatile with time. They can make your playset configuration less burdensome, while also allowing novices to generate cool beats and seamless performances. 

About Nik Liak

Musician, producer, DJ, promoter, and electronic music enthusiast alike, Nik Liak hails out of Thessaloniki, Greece. When not performing, he spends his time in the studio creating his own music…aided by his beloved dj gear and an upbringing in a very musically-influenced home.

Contact Nik Liak at nikliak@musicngear.com

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