Thursday, February 21, 2013

Wireless Speaker Relay from

DJ's and event production companies are always looking for options on how to do things faster and more efficient.  The Wireless Speaker systems is one tool that can give you great flexibility and reliability in your set up reducing tripping hazards for your clients.  In this video Rick from Bass is Loaded DJ service who is also part of the agiprodj team shows you how to run a wireless speaker relay.

This video was filmed on location during setup for a wedding ceremony & reception. The primary points are to show how you can broadcast audio from one speaker to a remote speaker, and then from that remote speaker to additional remote speakers. Also discussed are some of the features and benefits of the Sennheiser systems, and overcoming objections/challenges to using them such as sonic fidelity, delay, work ethic, and AC power options. is a proud & Authorized Sennheiser dealer, providing DJ's with a service experience that is unmatched.

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  1. Obscene prices, low quality woofers, cheap plastic, and bluetooth. Bluetooth really down converts the sound anyway, so even if you had an amazing setup, BT would be a bottle neck.

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  2. Although we appreciate your comment, it appears as though you did not actually watch the video or pay attention to the video. These wireless speaker systems use components from one of the most respected and highest quality wireless microphone manufacturers in the world Sennheiser. We would not ever recommend the use of Blue Tooth for wireless speaker systems by a DJ or audio engineer. Heck. I can't even get my BT keyboard to stay connected, there is no way I would trust that technology for use at a wedding.

  3. Your articles don’t beat around the bushes exact t to the point.
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