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The video DJ is few and far in between, but when you get the experience of meeting one, it is a welcomed sight for sore eyes. At every club we go to we are bombarded with noise, but our eyes are focused on different tasks. Our eyes are scanning the other members of the dance floor – but the low light settings as well as the amount of lighting fixtures in the club make it hard to concentrate. Club owners gamble on low lighting and the occasional laser or strobe to help distract us from the outside world. When a video DJing is spinning, they have some sort of visual aspect to keep us entrained with the music, and it works much better than lighting that moves with the music.
The problem is that setting up a projection screen or a television in a club is not easy to do, for anyone – and if it is for use by the DJ, the average sized television just isn’t going to cut it. You will need to make use of some sort of projection screen and projector. The hard part is finding a projector that doesn’t cost you as much as a Rane 62 – but if you score that, the screen itself does not need to be expensive.