Any Good DJ Stores in NYC ?
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    Default Any Good DJ Stores in NYC ?

    I'll be going to New York for Saint Patrick's week (14th - 20th march)
    and i plan on picking up an S2 as ill save 100 euro buying it over there
    and the offer until the 31st of march is too good to pass up...

    so i was just wondering were do i go to pick one up and whats the best store to just browse around in ?
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    http://www.proaudiostar.com/

    Pretty big and reputable. Decent prices too. I would imagine there are plenty of 'mom and pop' type shops buried in Brooklyn too that someone could point you towards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geminimech View Post
    http://www.proaudiostar.com/

    Pretty big and reputable. Decent prices too. I would imagine there are plenty of 'mom and pop' type shops buried in Brooklyn too that someone could point you towards.
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    Proaudiostar is probly cheapest.. They tend to order the items tho so ull want to make sure u order the s2 from them at beginning of ur trip so u can pick up from them a few days after.. They might have s2 on hand but better safe than sorry.

    B+h on 34 st manhattan is a big electronics store which stocks lots of dj gear snd they too have good prices but u wont get any "pay in cash" price breaks.

    Theres some small places like rock n soul and canal electronics in downtown manhattan that might be worth checking out too..

    But proaudiostar is pretty much where i buy everything..just make sure u leave enough time for them to get it shipped to the store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevz718 View Post
    Proaudiostar is probly cheapest.. They tend to order the items tho so ull want to make sure u order the s2 from them at beginning of ur trip so u can pick up from them a few days after.. They might have s2 on hand but better safe than sorry.

    B+h on 34 st manhattan is a big electronics store which stocks lots of dj gear snd they too have good prices but u wont get any "pay in cash" price breaks.

    Theres some small places like rock n soul and canal electronics in downtown manhattan that might be worth checking out too..

    But proaudiostar is pretty much where i buy everything..just make sure u leave enough time for them to get it shipped to the store.
    oh, thats good to know, thanks
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    Rock and soul, turntable lab

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    Turntable lab for sure and in my favorite area of the city.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.Lukas1 View Post
    Turntable lab for sure and in my favorite area of the city.
    turntable lab is the place to be!

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    I second B&H photo. While fairly rubbish service, they do OK prices and have ALOT of stock. The store is pretty impressive too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.Lukas1 View Post
    Turntable lab for sure and in my favorite area of the city.
    Turntable Lab is fun if you want to browse and buy vinyl and is a cool super tiny shop to see for the novelty of it but they don't have great prices or stock in much else I would actually buy there except maybe some little odds and ends.

    Proaudiostar is where you want to go if you need to make any real purchases.


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