Ideal For Small To Medium Size Party Rooms
Good Industry Standard Disco Service
(The Good Industry Standard Wedding Disco)
Our Standard Disco Is Just A Good "Industry Standard" Disco In Sound & Lighting Specification.
This Means It's Perfect For Small To Medium Rooms, That Looks Very Presentable For Weddings.
It Looks Good & Does The Industry Standard Job,
Ideal For Small To Medium Rooms/Dance Floors.
Today Most Weddings Are Smaller Numbers,
And The Entertainment Is Spread Out Into More Smaller Rooms,
By Spreading Out Your Entertainment Means Only A Few People Are In Each Room, So Then People think "Were Is Everyone? So Your Celebration Fizzles Out In All The Rooms...
This Is How The Disco Industry Work Out The Specification Of Your Disco Today:
Sound System: If You Have 100 Guests Only 1/3 Will Be Dancing At Any One Time, So You Only Need A Sound-System For 30 people Dancing As The Sound-System Is Only Aimed At Entertaining The Dance Floor Area,
IF You Hire A Dance Floor 1 Person Will Dance On One Square Of The Dance Floor eg. A 4m x 4m Dance Floor Will Hold 16 people dancing At Once So Dance Floors Do Restrict The Amount Of People That Dances,
If Your Venue Has A Wooden/Stone Floor Just Ask If Your Guests Can Dance On This As It Will Encourage More People To Dance,
As A Bigger Area.
Our Standard Disco Has A Slightly Better (Higher Max SPL), Than Most Disco's Use Today, So It Should Cope With Up To 50 People Dancing,
As Its Sole Job Is Too Do Medium Sized Rooms/Dance Floors, We Did Not Go For More Stylish Looking Speakers With Lower SPL As It Won't Do Its Main Job So Well.
Top Speakers x2: RCF 715 (130dB), Bass x2: RCF 705 asII (131dB).
IF YOU HAVE A LARGE DANCE AREA OR LARGE ROOM/BALLROOM, OVER 130 GUESTS, OR "PARTY ANIMALS" .
THE "INDUSTRY STANDARD DISCO" WILL NOT BE FIT FOR PURPOSE, SO PLEASE LOOK AT OUR BEST/BALLROOM DISCO.
This Is Not To Make You Spend More Money, But Why Hire Something That Is Used Beyond Its Specification? Its not only about dance floor sound, but the sound at the back of your room, as standard disco's loose sound quality after the dance floor so your guests socialising can only hear an annoying bass drone, & screechy hiss so leave.
Our Best Ballroom Disco Is So Much Higher Quality Sound As It Sounds "Live", and is based on the old 1980/90's large room night club formula as 70% max running volume, with 30% headroom/in reserve that can be used if needed? You can still talk & socialise, order a drink at the bar etc.
In todays sound specification our 4 ballroom speakers together are rated up to 400 guests, but we only run at half volume for most bookings
(that's full volume/Peak on the standard disco).