The sun is the first to rise, and now the season’s first sunburn is upon us.
We’ve already heard about a DJ-Box that will help you get started with sound design and drum programming, and then there’s a couple other items you might have to buy if you want to add some more layers of flavor to your live set.
DJ-Bosch, however, is betting on its own DJ-BOX, a device that can produce a whole new musical experience by simply playing music on your turntable and then turning it on.
The DJ-box, which costs $299.99, uses a DJ mixer and a USB port to turn music on and off, allowing it to be played as an external device with a wireless connection.
When the device is turned on, it sends out an “event” signal that can be routed through various components to produce sound.
As such, the device can produce sound effects and mix effects that are specific to your setup, so it can be used as a musical instrument for a DJ.
The concept is very simple.
It’s basically an external turntabed mixer that plays audio through a USB cable.
The idea is that you can have a DJ setup up there, and the DJ can set up the sound on his or her computer to be heard on a set that’s going to be set up by a producer or artist.
It doesn’t matter that you have a laptop that plays music on its display, as long as it’s plugged in.
The system does require an external controller for audio and a Bluetooth device for control.
You also need a way to wirelessly control the device.
And then there are the things that are actually a bit of a headache.
You need a turntably to play music, and a DJ can’t control a DJ’s turntabilized mixer, so there’s no “DJ” controller.
So how does DJ-bosch do this?
It’s actually fairly straightforward.
First, you need to install the DJ-BSH software on your DJ-bus.
It plugs into your PC and connects to the device through a proprietary USB port.
Then you need a USB-to-DJ cable.
Now, there are various options for connecting to the DJBus, but the one I used for this project is the DJB Bus.
The cheapest option is the JBL DJB Audio Bus, which is $99.99.
The JBL also comes with a Bluetooth controller, but it’s really not the best choice for this type of setup.
For the cost of the DJBS, you can get the JB AudioBus for $39.99 and the JBR DJBus for around $35.
But you can also use the JBS AudioBus to do a lot more than just play music on the DJ Bus.
With the JBA-XDJB adapter, you’ll be able to play your audio through your turk directly to the JAB-X or the JBE-X (and you can even control them separately), so you’ll have a lot of flexibility.
It has a very basic setup, but once you get it working, you will be able take your sound to a whole different level.
What do you think of the idea?
Is it a viable option for DJs?
Is there anything else you would want to consider?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments.