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  • Q: What is the difference between the basic and expanded light and sound packages?
  • A: The basic sound system is generally sufficient for up to 150 people depending on the venue. Parties of 150+ are recommended to add the optional expanded sound system which ads base sub speakers for a richer and fuller sound. The optional basic light package is generally great for weddings and small parties and consists of 4-5 club style lights. The expanded light show is intended for larger parties and dances and consists of two separate light trees with 3-5 lights each. Fog machines are available in venues where the smoke detection system permits.

  • Q: Why are you not a member of a dj association?
  • A: We were approached to become members, but after weighing the pros and cons of joining a few different organizations, we found that some of their motives revolved more around fixing industry prices than promoting professionalism. The main factors that will determine whether or not you are pleased with the results from your selection of djs are experience, proper equipment and professionalism. None of these can be guaranteed from membership in a club. We kept our prices low because we love what we do.

  • Q: How long have you been in business?
  • A: The Spin Doctor M.D. has been djing in Salt Lake since 2000.

  • Q: Do I need to set up a table for the dj?
  • A: That is up to you. We come completely self sufficient and ready to play. X stands are used to support the dj console, but you can provide a table with linens if you prefer.

  • Q: What are your power requirements?
  • A: Typically a 110 outlet is sufficient for most basic sound and light shows. Expanded sound and light shows may require additional outlets on separate breakers to avoid tripping the breakers. Power outlets must be within 75 to 100 feet of the set up area.

  • Q: How will the dj be dressed?
  • A: You get to pick. We can wear a tux, suit, shirt and tie, button up shirt with slacks or other depending on the type of event.

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