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    Default Its my birthday this week :D help me choose a gift! lol

    i have ddm4k, numark stealth, NI Audio2dj, 2 qsc gx5 amps, and a pair of 12's and 18'' subs.

    what next??

    was thinking case for my ddm, since its works also as my midi controller, one with a laptop portion integrated like this: http://www.guitarcenter.com/Odyssey-...c#read-reviews

    what next??? idk.. help me decide!

    equalizer? external crossover? Reloop Contour?? lolz!
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    $200 limit, so I can include taxes boo taxes on dj equipment!

    really general question, i know. but maybe someone has an idea, something i haven't thought of that'll be worth the birthday wish
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    The answer is in your sig.

    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Asand View Post
    really general question, i know. but maybe someone has an idea, something i haven't thought of that'll be worth the birthday wish

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    i agree a good pair of headphones is amazing. i got flight cases for all my guitar gear. i have them on my heads, cabs, everything and you know what? i wish i never spent the money on them. id suggest either a nice DJ bag to transport your things in or some really nice headphones. if you are gigging out a lot a nice bag can make a huge different not only in how you can carry your things and their safety but setup time. with it organized in a bag it seems to come out and go back in so much quicker. if you arent gigging on a regular basis some headphones might do the trick to improving your mixes and just making the music sound that much better!

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    hmm.. i didnt think about it that way. thnx for the input since you have so many cases!
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    google gig skinz for really nice bags for DJ gear.

    Also: +1 to headphones.
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    A good set of head-phones will change your life.

    I'm not joking. DON'T GET SKULL CANDY HEADPHONES!
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    +1 on headphones as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    I'm not joking. DON'T GET SKULL CANDY HEADPHONES!
    I'm using Skullcandy SK Pro's and they're actually a lot better than people give them credit for, build quality is surprisingly sturdy... far better than the other headphones they make. My only gripe with them is that they are an open design so the noise cancelling isn't too great.
    If you can find them for the 200$ your limit is, I strongly suggest the Ultrasone DJ1 Pro's. I hear the sound quality is amazing, not to mention all the extras they come with. Or you could just save up a bit more and buy the Pioneer HDJ 2000's, I tried my friend's and they are great! Good sound, amazing build quality.
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    Pair of sennheiser hd 25''s or hdj 2000's.

    Bought flightcases for my gear when i had a mixer and cdj's, Just a waste of space to be honest. No enjoyment out of them either.

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    got klipsch image s4 in ear monitors. love em so far.
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