MiniDJ Terms & Conditions

These are the terms and conditions associated with our service. We've made every effort to answer any questions about the service that we offer in this document in a way that is pretty clear and uncomplicated. You might notice that we didn't write this in a bunch of legal jargon. We did that in the hope that you will actually read some (or all) of this so that you know exactly what you're getting into! That said, if you're wondering if we offer something that isn't listed here, you can assume that the answer to your question is "no". So, here's what MiniDJ is all about:

MiniDJ is a service that is designed to offer a high-quality, low cost DIY (Do It Yourself) DJ rental equipment for small to medium sized events and venues. Although our name is MiniDJ, we do not provide any Disc Jockey services, we only provide our MiniDJ DIY system which includes equipment and music on a rental basis. Also, we only provide our DIY systems as a package, we do not rent out individual components such as a set of speakers or an amp. You can feel free to not use all of the equipment, but there will be no discount in the rental price if you choose to do so.
To rent one of our DIY systems you must contact one of our rental locations for pricing and availability. Certain locations allow reservation of the system in advance, which may or may not require a rental deposit.

Our basic package requires that you pickup and return the equipment to a specified location. Once you receive the equipment, the typical rental period is 24 hours (period may vary depending on location).

We do offer lighting, available at an additional cost.

We think it's important to have a top of the line sound system, so that is exactly what you will receive. Our speakers, amps, and audio gear is professional, high quality equipment so that the music will sound great at your event. However, you should also know that our system is designed for small to medium sized events and venues. So, for example, if you're expecting 250+ people at your event, our system isn't going to provide chest-thumping bass. The music will still sound good, but you shouldn't expect nightclub level volume. On the other hand, if you're in a small to mid-sized venue (or if you're just looking to save some money), our system will be as good, if not better, than many DJs.

Music / Playlists
We feel that equipment is nothing without great music and playlists, which is one way we set ourselves apart from rental companies and home systems. Our MiniDJ systems come complete with an Apple iPad pre-loaded with thousands of songs for your convenience. We have access to all of the newest and hottest music releases in all of the seven major genres (pop, hip-hop, A/C, country, rock, dance, and christian) as well as a fantastic selection of older hits that you and your guests are sure to enjoy (visit our music section for more information). The integrated iPad is also be pre-loaded with a number of great DJ-created playlists to help in your music selection. If you have your own device and choose to hook it in to our system, you can do so using our included 1/8" jack. This is a headphone-sized jack which will allow you to connect your iPod, MP3 player, laptop, or other standard device. Of course, we only provide the connection and can't help you run your particular device. Furthermore, we are not responsible for any damage you may cause to your equipment while using or trying to connect your device to our system.

With that said, remember that this is a Do It Yourself service so all of the music selection, playback, and announcements will be handled by you (or whomever you choose to put in charge). Furthermore, we do not provide any assistance on running the iPad, we have chosen the world's most popular music player so the greatest number of people would know how to use it. If you have any questions on using an iPad, you will have to refer to the Apple support website.

As we've mentioned before, our MiniDJ systems are custom designed for quick setup and easier transportation and are intended for a normal person's use (you don't need to be an audio engineer to set it up). For a normal person (once you have the equipment at the location), we would expect anywhere from 5-15 minutes to get everything up and running. Here are the typical setup requirements we would suggest that you have available at your venue:

• One small table, counter, or other area to set the main console.
• The aforementioned table should be setup where you want the equipment to be located.
• There must be one 15 amp grounded (that's three prongs) electrical outlet no more than 25 feet from the table (there should not be anything else running on that circuit). That doesn't mean that you should run an extension cord, it means that there must be an actual wall outlet within 25 feet of our setup.

Before we turn over the equipment to you (whether you pick it up or we deliver it) you must sign an Equipment Rental Agreement. You may review that document before making any commitment. These terms and conditions are an extension of the Contract so please read them carefully.