DJ Tech has just released a cool new product for 2016 called the DJ BOOMBOX. This new device looks a lot like the huge music boxes from back in the day that people used to carry with them everywhere to play the radio and cassette tapes. DJ Tech updates this old format by bringing out the new DJ BOOMBOX that allows users to connect microphones, Bluetooth devices, and auxillary RCA & TRS inputs while playing back the sound through the dual five-inch woofers & one-inch tweeters. Check out our full video review after the jump.
A brand new NJ-Based company called LyxPro has just released a new set of headphones that are advertised as being great for DJ’s and Sound professionals for monitoring situations. The LyxPro HAS-20 headphones have large 50mm over-the-ear drivers, good passive isolation, and a folding/swivel design for easy transport and one-ear monitoring. Let’s see how they hold well they work for DJ’s in the DJbooth.
Monoprice is an internet company that specializes in high quality cables, components, and accessories for electronics. They are able to provide consumers with excellent prices on their products since they come directly from manufacturing plants that meet or exceed build standards. The new Monoprice DJ Laptop Stand was only $35 plus shipping, .so we purchased one to put it through the tests to see just how good it really is.
UDG, a company known for its high-quality DJ bags and cases, has released a top-of-the-line Laptop/Controller Stand called the Creator. We here are The Booth took it for a spin and are happy to say that it has become our favorite stand in the office due to its chameleon-like ability to adapt to any DJ setup and its awesome build quality.
The Legendary guitar amp company Marshall revisits the drawing board for their headphone lineup and delivered a high quality headphone that is sure to please every day music enthusiasts as well as delivering on many features that DJ’s need. They’ve come up with their new premier model of headphones called the Marshall Monitor which sports a set of heavy-duty-metal folding hinges, over-the-ear 40mm driver design, and an additional headphone input port on both earcups to share the music with a friend. Check out my Full HD-Video and Written review after the jump.
I-Mego is a relatively new company with a nice line of headphones of all shapes and sizes to suit all sorts of listening styles and needs. The I-Mego Throne headphones are the main style of headphones that they carry that could possibly fit the bill for DJ’s needs. Check out my Full HD-Video and written reviews inside to see if they are good enough to be used by the real working DJ.
Marshall is known throughout the World for creating some of the best sounding Guitar Amps that anyone have ever heard. Marshall has taken the same ingenuity found in their guitar amps and applied it to their first on-the-ear designed headphones called the Marshall Major. The Marshall Major headphones have a cool throwback look and feel to them and they really feel like a product that belongs in the Marshall family. The big question is whether or not they are suitable for DJ’s. Check out our answer in my HD-Video review after the jump.
The DJ Q-Bert Ortofon Concorde DJ Cartridge is made specifically for scratch and hip-hop style DJ’s who want a needle to stay in the groove under extreme scratching and back-cueing situations. These were co-designed by the legendary turntablist DJ Q-bert to provide great handling, high output, and low record wear. The one-piece Concord design makes installation a breeze and allows DJ’s to easily see the area of the record that the needle will sit in the groove. Check out my unboxing and mini-review video inside.