Smaller Deck Stands?

Discussion in 'DJ's, MC's & Turntablism' started by Resist, Dec 14, 2009.

  1. Resist

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    Where can I get a deckstand that will hold my decks when they're the other way round?

    I've got them on a table at the moment but they're still too wide, I've had to put them on MDF planks and its a bit bodged.

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    dnbkingz bollocks

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    ReeceO Hair Dye Addict!

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    I have one of them big thick kitchen tabletop/mantlepieces with the decks on and held up by 2 sturdy brackets :D
    And the mixer infront of the decks with a hole cutout to slow it in ;)

    The mantlepiece/kitchentop works well :)
     
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    ilovelondon Call me Jens.

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    pile of bricks with a wooden board on top ain't good enough no more? :teeth:

    Just joking guys. If you want to keep it real cheap, search the attic of your (grand-)parents. Treasures can be found from time to time
    Or have a quick look on ebay...
     
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    I did that (In my own house attic though) and found my kitchentop from when we didn't use the remainder years ago :D

    I also seen somebody use one of them big corner computer desks and had all the equipment on the left corner and had shelved vinyl :not_worth
     
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    build it your self .
    It will save you money if you have basic carpeting skills .
    Plus totally customize-able to fit your needs. :)
     
  8. motion audio

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    This, even if you've never touched a saw in your life, a basic deckstand will be a piece of cake. Much better than paying 200 odd quid for an un-finished MDF stand thats been knocked together by some herbert in his shed.

    For my old deckstand I just printed a picture off of hard to finds site, thing was about £220, it took one sheet of 8'x4' MDF and half a box of screws, cost less than 30 quid.
     
  9. Resist

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    Nah I don't wanna try building it myself, I'm shit at stuff like that.

    That one that DNBKINGS posted on the Tesco website looks bang on, its out of stock though :|

    I'll probably order one of those when they get back in stock.

    Sound for the link Mate!
     
  10. Resist

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    Edit:
    The same table but different colour (black) is in stock.

    Gonna order it soon. Sound!