Unless your name is Paul Van Dyk or Matthew Edwards, chances are you won’t be able to spend $3120 on a DJ workstation. After all, if your card-table-in-the-living-room setup isn’t working out, you’re probably destined for your local bar instead of a nightclub. Those of you who have mastered the 1200s, however, can can gaze upon designer Reynold Rodriguez’s DJ workstation.
Made from composite wood with four areas that can hold sets of Technics, CDJs, laptops or whatever it is you use, it’ll really do a nice job of hiding the ugly sets of cables and dust that come associated with DJing. Should you need it custom-built for your setup, it can be done for a heightened price.