Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Wedding DJ- Hear The "Truth"!



Of the top 20 cinema chains in the USA, 75% use JBL sound. That's the truth. JBL speakers are featured in the majority of Dolby and THX installations. And now you can experience the amazing sound of JBL at your wedding or special event.

The Wedding DJ uses JBL SRX715 speakers. According to JBL, these speakers offer, "the highest level of performance available from a speaker that can be placed on a pole or standard speaker tripod stand."

Performance isn't just based on power. It is sound quality that is most important. To my ears, JBL has the best sound. Not overly bassy or brassy, plenty of warm mid range and clarity. I like them better than Mackie, Cerwin Vega and yes, even Bose (overrated IMHO).


The importance of sound quality at special events cannot be underestimated. After all, this is what your guests will be listening to all night long!

"I've used JBL's professional equipment throughout my career as a recording artist and touring musician. I want my fans to 'Hear the Truth,' and that's what JBL delivers."- Sir Paul McCartney


The Wedding DJ

3 comments:

Music Express said...

I can appreciate your love for JBL equipment. They do make an excellent speaker.

However, I have been a wedding dj for 3 decades and I swear by my Peavey equipment. It has been very durable and sounds incredible. I especially like the ultra light new amplifiers that they created.

Robert
Music Express
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Hailey Smith said...

First of all, I read your blog and I love everything from the photos to the interesting commentary. I like what you said about it being unfortunate that there are unscrupulous DJ's out there, but it being just business. I like how you say a DJ should take pride in their livelihood and charge what they're worth. You also say to be honest and not flake on a DJ gig. I have a great friend, who was a great DJ, but not a very honest guy or professional. He flaked on so many of his previous events that when he did become a well knows DJ, his reputation was known as the flake. He is now a successful DJ in a different state, but the message in your article remains true. Thank you so much for sharing some great event photos and an enjoyable read.

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Hermann said...

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