Here are a few questions you
“the other guys”
when you compare
Jim Hirschberg's Sound Co. with
With experience comes confidence and knowledge.
- Does your DJ have experience?
Many things can happen during an event,
both expected and unexpected.
A DJ's ability to handle any situation that could
arise can have a profound effect on the success of an
Is your DJ company a full-time business
or a side-line?
Although there are many good DJs who
only operate part-time, isn't it comforting to know
that the company you hire is a full-time
business instead of a part-time sideline?
Jim Hirschberg's Sound Co. L.L.C. is registered with the
state of Iowa.
here to see our registration with the Secretary of State.
Is the Disc Jockey you are looking at hiring registered?
Does the DJ you are considering have the music knowledge
Does your DJ have an adequate music
and music library depth to ensure variety in music selection
to keep all your guests happy?
here to see the music selection we bring to our dances.
If the DJ you hire isn't insured, you are taking
a huge risk.
Does your DJ have liability insurance?
At the very minimum your DJ should carry at
least $500,000 in personal liability insurance.
Caterers, Banquet Facilities, Photographers, etc
Does your DJ have references?
Can your DJ provide professional references?
sources of information when evaluating a DJ.
These professionals have seen many entertainers
and can tell you about the quality service each provides.
Setting up the equipment before the guests arrive
is the only way to insure
Does your DJ set up the equipment BEFORE
the guests arrive?
good quality sound and properly working equipment well
in advance of the dance.
You'll spend thousands of dollars
on your attire,
What will your DJ be wearing?
you don't want your DJ
in blue jeans and tennis shoes!
There is a tremendous difference in quality and reliability
Is the equipment your DJ has adequate
to handle the amount of guests you expect?
Does your DJ use professional grade
between home stereo equipment and professional equipment.
Your DJ should use nothing but the highest quality, equipment
Only by using good equipment can you be reasonably assured
quality sound and reliable operations.
In case of equipment malfunction, your DJ should
Does your DJ have backup equipment?
always have backup equipment available in case of emergencies.
Some people view Disc Jockeys as
commodity and choose the cheapest
one they can find.
However, an inexperienced DJ can
memorable occasion an unforgettable
I'll admit that there are some decent part-time DJs out there
but how do you know you'll get an honest person to entertain
for you on your most important day?
? Are you CONFUSED when talking with other so-called professional
? Sounds too good to be true ?
Do your homework! Check them out- investigate.
Ask for recent references of others they have played for,
and remember, actions speak louder than words!
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