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Truss and How to Use It

By Chase Jewell One of the major things in the mobile DJ community is how to use truss in my mobile gigs?  There are many different options and it is almost as infinite as the imagination how you can use...
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THE PHOTO BOOTH EXPO


By Jake Klein The first known really working photographic machine was a product of the French inventor T. E. Enjalbert (March 1889). It was shown at the 1889 World’s Fair in Paris. Through the years photo booths have proven themselves as a fun thing to do as well as a great way to capture moments…

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CHAUVET DJ NAMM 2017 New Product Tour


Welcome to the CHAUVET DJ Booth at NAMM 2017 where Senior Product Manager Allan Reiss helps you discover all the amazing new products launched at this year’s show. For more information visit: http://bit.ly/2jfNT36

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