DJ's and KJ's - Post Pics of your L1 setups

Hi all,

We'd love to get a consolidated thread going to see how you are all using your L1's T1's etc...

I would encourage you to post pics of your complete setups including your front end mixing and computers.

We are always looking to learn more from our customers.

Thanks,
Craig

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Here is us doing karaoke at the casino in the middle of their remodel. I used one L1 Mod. 1 with a Packlite & four B1's under the table. It matches the room exactly, I tried two L1's & it was too loud. I also tried this room with one L1 & two B1's & there wasn't enough low end. I love how flexible the L1 systems are!
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Originally posted by Lou D:
Some very nice photos but I think the thread asked for more information and photos of setups, racks and components.


I'm getting there, just hold on...

actually, I'm in the midst of switching consoles. Gonna finish out the year in my old console then go to the new one.

old one:

new one:
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Originally posted by Dance Host:
Nice work Lou,

Bet you are left-handed.


Thank you very much. Recognition from this group is tops in my book!
Actually, I'm right handed. I took a look at the set up from the business end to try and see what made you think I was a lefty. Hmmmmm?
What brought you to that conclusion?
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Originally posted by Lou D:
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Originally posted by Dance Host:
Nice work Lou,

Bet you are left-handed.


Thank you very much. Recognition from this group is tops in my book!
Actually, I'm right handed. I took a look at the set up from the business end to try and see what made you think I was a lefty. Hmmmmm?
What brought you to that conclusion?


Your T1 location.
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Nice set up!

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Originally posted by Dance Host:
Nice work Lou,
Bet you are left-handed.


Actually, I'm right handed. I took a look at the set up from the business end to try and see what made you think I was a lefty. Hmmmmm?
What brought you to that conclusion?[/QUOTE]

Your T1 location.[/QUOTE]

Actually I am very comfortable operating the T1 with my left hand (piece of cake). I save the right hand for the mouse. It's not unusual to use both at the same time and the mouse requires more of my attention and coordination than the T1.

Thanks again
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Originally posted by Dynamite DJs:
Just my opinion, but I hate seeing the back of a laptop. I just don't get that look. It's almost like seeing the back of an amp or other sound device.


I usually agree with most of what you say but the back of a laptop is ok with me. My preference is the laptop over a black panel.
But, if it looks clean, it's all good!
2 L1 M1's with 8 B1's w/ R1 Remotes Ch.1 on the PS1.
2 - Pioneer cdj 1000mk2
1- Pioneer DJM 800 Mixer
2 - Chauvet Color LED Strips
1- Martin Acrobat
1- Martin Pr1 Projection of monogram from balcony
1- Samson Wireless Mic
1- Sure SM 58 wired Hand Held mic
1 - 17 Macbook Pro w/ Serato Scratch Live software

and yes I already know I can turn the Bose logo around on teh B1's. That was the first time I ran all 8 2 months after the purchase
JD,

You are the man. You get the work.

My impression, after all the heat you took on your black cover, the white is too stark.

The lights blow my mind, but what does an old man know?

Get some feminine advice on a good color for your table.

Maybe use a facade to cover the table equipment and use a logo on the facade.

For me I prefer your black cover over the white and you have lost your telephone number.

Not to be over critical, but I don't like the hat and feel it would be good to tone down your dress colors.

Thanks for your pictures.
I strongly disagree with Dance Host!

If you see the photo on the other thread "Pics with 2 Bose" the rig is on a stage trimmed in white and looks very appropriate.

I'm a Tux guy, but this ain’t Manhattan and I expect the hinterlands of Wisconsin are a lot like rural Colorado where some folks actually tell me no tux or suit. I have had the groom and groomsmen all in kakis and seen a father of the bride give her away wearing jeans and a flannel shirt, so when in Rome…

Look at some DJ web sites. The vest is standard uniform for many major multi-ops all over the country. The matching fedora is a trademark. Not my style but, I expect JD has more time on the mixer than I’ll ever hope to have so who am I to criticize?

Be yourself and do what works for you.
Smile I've watched from the sidelines as JD has taken heat for a lot of things, on occasion, well deserved. I've watched as he has taken the heat with mostly a good attitude and a smile.

But telling someone how to dress????? In the pictures he looks all grown up to me.

I suspect that the hat and vest are just an extension of the freewheeling, fast talking, outgoing, spirited, personality that we see here, and contributes to his success.

And, wasn't it feminine advice that started all this mess in the beginning? OK, OK, just kidding. Let me go ..... ughh ....ask my wife.

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