FINALLY! Back to work! First gig of 2019!! ADJ MYDMX GO IS FANTASTIC!

djcrazychris

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Just had a fantastic evening with a lot of sentimental moments! First off it was a 25th anniversary party for a couple whose wedding i dj'd... they hunted me down and said they just had to have me!! lol... secondly it was held in the same venue where i had my own wedding a couple years back....so an all around great evening!

Also was my first gig with the Mydmx go...and it worked flawlessly.... i didnt use moving heads with this package... but the wash and uplights looked great!

Very good evening.....well...one problem...Whisper came down with a headcold yesterday...so i ended up doing it by myself... but other than that...a great evening!

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Jeff Romard

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Great report

Just had a fantastic evening with a lot of sentimental moments! First off it was a 25th anniversary party for a couple whose wedding i dj'd... they hunted me down and said they just had to have me!!
It's nice when that happens I've done a few like that and I have another one this summer...Geeze were old LOL
 

djcrazychris

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ps- i also have the donner transmitter plugged directly into the adj box... so no issues there either.... i know some people on the fb forum are having to run a cable to get the donner far away... but mine worked fine

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DJ Ricky B

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Thanks!! Thats my basic package.... pretty easy set up... tho i miss the movers.

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I would consider it easy with the exception of that HEAVY Facade. ...Did that come with a big Carry Bag, or do you load it piece by piece and bring it in that way?

I like the look of almost all of Dragon Front Board Facades, but can't pull the trigger due to weight and transportation space concerns.
 
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djcrazychris

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I would consider it easy with the exception of that HEAVY Facade. ...Did that come with a big Carry Bag, or do you load it piece by piece and bring it in that way?

I like the look of almost all of Dragon Front Board Facades, but can't pull the trigger due to weight and transportation space concerns.
it comes in their big carry bag.... the first couple gigs with it i could not figure out the right way to carry it...and we were having to have both whisper and i take an end and carry.....however...almost by accident i figured out that if you put your shoulder under the straps and lift..its quite easy... i normally have a "strawberry" on my shoulder each time...but a small price to pay...lol

i honestly love mine but wouldnt recommend it to most people...its heavy.... but i love the look...so i carry it

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DJ Ricky B

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My OCD notes the sub is not quite dead center on the facade.....:sick:
Thanks for pointing that out! You just ruined the entire set up for me!!! That subwoofer should have been 2.5 inches to the right Chris! 😀

With that said. This points out a down side to using those solid, heavy facades! You can't put a single subwoofer behind it because the output from the sub will just reflect back and drown out the DJ booth area. ...Putting the sub in front of the Facade cuts into dance floor area, and detracts from the full look of the facade.

These facades work well with set ups with 2 Subs (1 sub/speaker on each side of it).

With a lycra facade, the Sub can go behind it because it's just thin cloth with tiny holes.

I usually hide my Sub under my table, and I very rarely use 2 subs.
 

djcrazychris

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Thanks for pointing that out! You just ruined the entire set up for me!!! That subwoofer should have been 2.5 inches to the right Chris! 😀

With that said. This points out a down side to using those solid, heavy facades! You can't put a single subwoofer behind it because the output from the sub will just reflect back and drown out the DJ booth area. ...Putting the sub in front of the Facade cuts into dance floor area, and detracts from the full look of the facade.

These facades work well with set ups with 2 Subs (1 sub/speaker on each side of it).

With a lycra facade, the Sub can go behind it because it's just thin cloth with tiny holes.

I usually hide my Sub under my table, and I very rarely use 2 subs.
That frontboard is still mostly lycra....and ive hidden my sub under my table before without issue.... i started started putting my sub like that after a kid ran head first into the facade and all i saw was two cryptic tiny hands pressing thru the lycra like something from the movie Alien...

I figured the sub would slow em down a bit

I hate kids....lol

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DJ Ricky B

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That frontboard is still mostly lycra....and ive hidden my sub under my table before without issue.... i started started putting my sub like that after a kid ran head first into the facade and all i saw was two cryptic tiny hands pressing thru the lycra like something from the movie Alien...

I figured the sub would slow em down a bit

I hate kids....lol

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That is interesting! I thought the white parts of your facade was all plexi glass! I guess Dragon Front Boards gives the option to use Lycra or Plexi Glass.
 
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djcrazychris

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That is interesting! I thought the white parts of your facade was all plexi glass! I guess Dragon Front Boards gives the option to use Lycra or Plexi Glass.
yep...i think most of their standard 5 to 600 dollar pieces are lycra

its just attached wonderfully (so much better than the other facades ive seen) so it maintains a perfect tightness and looks very smooth

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DJ Ricky B

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yep...i think most of their standard 5 to 600 dollar pieces are lycra

its just attached wonderfully (so much better than the other facades ive seen) so it maintains a perfect tightness and looks very smooth

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Lycra would be the better option for weight. That board with 1/4 inch plexi glass in all those white areas would up the weight another 20 lbs or more.
 
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