There’s a burgeoning market out there for decent-sounding speakers than won’t break the bank. Enter the Pioneer S-DJ60X, the middle in a new range of entry level monitors from the company.
Digital DJ Tips reader Terry writes: “This may seems a little silly. I was watching one of the videos for your Learn To DJ Free online course, about speakers for home use. I am currently using an iPod dock speaker which also doubles as my computer speaker via an Aux cable. I was wondering whether it is possible to practice DJ with it?
in A Beginner DJ’s Guide To Monitors, Part 3, we’re going to look at how your room acoustics affect what you hear from your speakers, and some things you could consider doing to improve the overall “sound” of your DJ practice room, which will also help minimise any annoying sound issues you may be experiencing.
in this brand-new three-part series, we’re going to look at the three things you absolutely need to get right in your home monitoring system: Choosing great speakers in the first place, setting them up correctly, and getting the room acoustics as ideal as possible where you practise. This week in part one, we’ll look at speaker selection.