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azdeejay

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IceBurghDJ

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Mine is PVC pipe that fits in 1/2 a light stand bag, cloth is from tablecloths etc made to my specs and it's the same as 99% of banquet halls use - no wrinkles ever. It velcros to clips that fit the pipe. It rolls up into a bag. Takes 2 min to setup.

Have considered getting a white one as it's more fitting for weddings, but I wear black so A)fear I'll stand out more and B)it will get dirtier/show dirt more.
The hard facades are heavier and more delicate to bangs and bumps.
 

BlueLineDJ

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I bought this facade off Amazon. I'm very impressed with it. The bottom section can be switched out with either white or black scrims that velcro on. The upright portion folds accordion style and then the table top portion rests on top and is a separate piece. Comes with a carrying bag as well.

 

TES3S

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I bought this facade off Amazon. I'm very impressed with it. The bottom section can be switched out with either white or black scrims that velcro on. The upright portion folds accordion style and then the table top portion rests on top and is a separate piece. Comes with a carrying bag as well.


Geez, I guess everyone makes a version. This appears to be the same thing as the Rockville, rebranded, just like Rockville is rebranded from someone in China. It would be interesting to compare both to see if there are any differences.
 

azdeejay

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Geez, I guess everyone makes a version. This appears to be the same thing as the Rockville, rebranded, just like Rockville is rebranded from someone in China. It would be interesting to compare both to see if there are any differences.
You are not kidding, Ceadarslink makes one too
 
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azdeejay

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I bought this facade off Amazon. I'm very impressed with it. The bottom section can be switched out with either white or black scrims that velcro on. The upright portion folds accordion style and then the table top portion rests on top and is a separate piece. Comes with a carrying bag as well.

Do you by chance know how high the shelf is ?
 

TES3S

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I was expecting everyone on this forum to have posted. As much talk about equipment and setup is discussed here, I would think everyone would want to show off their setup.
 

TES3S

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So I ended up buying a few of these DJ booths as they are all a little different, although appear exactly the same when not looking closely. There are a million different companies/brands that make a version of this.

I like this one as it has two separate heights. Since I am putting my road case on the table/desk, 37" was a little too high for me considering the case raises it quite a bit. I think they are expecting a lot of people to directly put their controller on which would shave several inches. The 34" is a nice choice, but I wish it were 32 or even 30. I cannot imagine using the 37" as all the other tables I found are this height including the ones mentioned above, even when the ads on a lot of them say less. So many typos on these Chinese ads--no shocker there.


I will say, they are ALL a little flimsy compared to what I am used to which is pretty crazy considering my setup was not evening using a table (see 1st post). The weight of the controller and whatnot helps, but I was not expecting movement even it if is nothing to worry about.

I obviously took off the sliding laptop shelf from my controller case and have a MUCH better view with the laptop in the corner. I now just use a laptop stand in the booth.
 
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MIXMASTERMACHOM

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So I ended up buying a few of these DJ booths as they are all a little different, although appear exactly the same when not looking closely. There are a million different companies/brands that make a version of this.

I like this one as it has two separate heights. Since I am putting my road case on the table/desk, 37" was a little too high for me considering the case raises it quite a bit. I think they are expecting a lot of people to directly put their controller on which would shave several inches. The 34" is a nice choice, but I wish it were 32 or even 30. I cannot imagine using the 37" as all the other tables I found are this height including the ones mentioned above, even when the ads on a lot of them say less. So many typos on these Chinese ads--no shocker there.


I will say, they are ALL a little flimsy compared to what I am used to which is pretty crazy considering my setup was not evening using a table (see 1st post). The weight of the controller and whatnot helps, but I was not expecting movement even it if is nothing to worry about.

I obviously took off the sliding laptop shelf from my controller case and have a MUCH better view with the laptop in the corner. I now just use a laptop stand in the booth.
The one I have you screw in certain parts of the facade so it doesn't move for certain sections. For me I take the top from the case my controller sits in and put it under the case the controller sits on. That makes it higher for me so I don't have to look down at my laptop. It's up high enough on the built in laptop stand that it's easy to see the screen on my laptop. I wonder how wide is the top of the shelf on the facades shown in the picture? The reason I'm asking this is because besides my controller I can fit something else on the shelf as well.

To Ice Burgh I'm curious why you had to use your backup laptop twice at an event? I have never had to use my backup laptop and I bought it new last year. I have a super old Lenovo I have been using for years and the 2 issues I had was I had to buy another power cord and battery for that laptop. Just make sure the cord on the back of the laptop is secure so it doesn't pop out.
 

TES3S

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^^The one I posted uses thumb screws too (2 on Front, 2 on Rear). I will probably go to home depot and buy a few spare. It's the frame itself that is not quite as sturdy as I was hoping, but again, not worried, just was expecting a tad more stability.

I am really enjoying NOT having a laptop shelf, blocking my view. It is a much better engagement and a better view from both sides of the booth. Surprised it took me this long to move the laptop to one side.

Anyone else switched from a shelf to a stand?
 
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