might ask "why should i pay for a dj when i could do it myself?"
or maybe "my friend has a lot of music and he can do it for me."
You might have all the music you want to hear, and you might even
have speakers that could get loud enough to play it for a larger crowd,
however that is not everything. Dj's bring more than just music to
a party, they bring atmosphere. Getting anything less is not professional.
Not only should you have music, professional mixers, and professional
speakers, but you should have professional lighting.
Music is one
of the more important factors contributing to the success of your
party or event. In order to handle requests and be able to serve
the true taste of the crowd, wide variety of music is needed for
a night. Even though only about 60 songs are actually played during
a four hour event, thousands are needed. Dj embe is equipped with
a cd database of over 25,000 songs to match you with your music.
mixers are very important because they let the dj mix and combine
music in a way that would mot be possible with an ordinary cd player.
With professional mixers and cd players, one song does not have
to end for the other to start playing. There will not be a gap in
between songs, so people dancing will hardly even notice a change
in beat. Don't settle for unprofessional gear when paying a dj.
Dj embe has professional equipment that you can check out in the
speakers are yet another crucial component of a great event. Many
times people set up their home stereo equipment and when turned
up it seems to be loud enough for the room in which they will host
their event. The key problem is that once the room is filled with
people, the sound will not carry as much and the music will lose
volume. As many know, if a home stereo is turned up too loud it
distorts and the sound quality declines. Professional speakers,
however, are designed to put out high volume but keep a high level
of quality. Dj embe uses professional dual 15" speakers that
run at 400 watts rms. this means that while the music is playing,
the speakers are putting out about 400 watts. Be careful when comparing
speakers, however, because many systems rate their speakers in peak
watts. You could purchase a stereo unit that says it's 300 watts,
but that means peak. Peak performance is that ultimate limit where
the speaker can no longer handle any more power. When this limit
is reached the music is already distorted and sounds terrible. To
compare, our system probably peaks out around 1200 watts.
The most overlooked
part of having a dj is lighting. Sure music is great, but to create
the desired atmosphere lights are essential. Dj embe has a total
of twelve moving lights and three spot units. What this does is
help provide the correct illumination and effect for the song. Nobody
would want a strobe light during a slow song, and a soft glitter
is not appropriate for a dance song either. We at Dj embe take pride
in (and have fun playing with) our lighting. We guarantee that we
will use all of our lights at your event. Next time you have a dj,
count how many lights they have. Do they measure up?