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DJ Booth options for DJs in Los Angeles

DJ Booth Options to add “WOW” factor

One of the easiest and most cost effective ways to add some “wow” factor to the DJ setup and room appearance is to upgrade your standard DJ setup to a premium setup.

We work mainly in Los Angeles and around Southern California for weddings, corporate events, fundraisers and other engagements. Since LA is a premium market, there is an expectation for every aspect of the room, lighting and décor to reflect and represent the overall quality of the event. 

Thought and care are often given to researching an experienced, professional DJ that can deliver the right vibe but clients sometime forget to ask some equally important questions:

When clients or guests enter a room, they are making judgements about what type of experience they will have primarily based on sight & sound.  If an event is DJ driven, it is natural for people to check out the DJ and draw conclusions based on how the DJ booth and setup appears.   

A DJ booth setup doesn’t necessarily have to be extravagant to look impressive.
Two turntables with colored vinyl and a cool mixer can look great, but there has been a recent trend in the last few years of DJ furniture and more modem setups and facades that can really add to the overall room décor and make a statement that says “your DJ is a pro and ready to rock this place” so get ready!

Let's explore some options ranging from basic to high end:


-Table cloth is not good
-Cables are exposed 
-No speaker stand covers
-Cluttered setup


– Gear is too small
-Too much empty space on table
– Should have a Façade

In both situations a table top or full length façade would fix most of these issues.
On the left everting is messy and on the right, they have done a good job making it look clean but because the gear is entry level, it’s very small and looks unimpressive.  
Would be much better to cover this setup so client guests can’t see the gear and make judgements.
Again, the setup on the right isn’t that bad, but if you paid a lot of money for your DJ you will most likely want to see a gear setup that is impressive and more than you could put together yourself with a quick trip to Guitar Center.


On the left is our table-top façade which works well on a standard 6 foot table. The right side is our full-length façade along with our white modern column array speakers for a more sleek look. Most façades have interchangeable fabric so you can switch between black or white to fit the room.

Another fun option when using a full-length façade, is that you can light it from behind with LED lights which can match any Up lighting that has been down around the room or truss lighting.  Lights can be static or pulse to the beat of the music.


Another very popular look is the DJ Furniture/Console look.  They come in many different styles & designs make by pre-fab companies, but may DJs also custom design their own to be unique.
Personally, we love the look of the Danny Max Infinity Console and own the one on the left below.