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Peavey sponsors 2016 DMC USA DJ finals on August 28th

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OAKLAND, CA -

This is a news release from Peavey

With DJ battle season underway, the prestigious DMC USA DJ Finals, sponsored by Peavey Electronics, is now being hosted in Oakland for the very first time! The 2016 DMC USA DJ Finals will take place this Sunday, August 28th, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at The New Parish on 1743 San Pablo Ave, Oakland, CA 94612.

For the USA Regional Battles, Peavey awarded each regional first place winner a pair of PVXp™ 15 speakers. These regional winners include: the DMC Bay Area champ, Traps; DMC Los Angeles champ, DJ Snake One; DMC NYC champ, DJ Perly; DMC Atlanta champ, DJ Jaycee; DMC Tampa champ, DJ J-Storm; DMC Denver champ, Etcha Skratch; DMC DC champ, DJ As-One; DMC Cincinnati champ, Ease; DMC Chicago champ, Toltech; DMC San Antonio champ, Ambideckstriks; Chicago runner up, DJ Bombeardo; Los Angeles runner up, Shmeeze; and Cincinnati runner up, Sparechange. The speaker they received is a compact and portable loudspeaker that delivers high fidelity and impressive power using Peavey's legendary speaker and power amp technology. The powered enclosures bring crystal-clear highs and deep low end, while using exclusive DDT™ to prevent distortion. This model features heavy-duty woofers, 2-3/8" voice coils and the Peavey RX14™ 1.4" titanium diaphragm compression driver coupled to a constant directivity horn. This brand-new speaker is just one of the great prizes competitors will have the opportunity to win.  

The regional winners will move on to the 2016 DMC USA DJ Finals, which is a classic solo showcase-style DJ battle, to compete for the grand prize which includes a pair of the new Peavey RBN™ 112 speaker enclosures and a round-trip flight and hotel stay to compete in the 2016 DMC World Finals in London, England. This battle will be hosted by TOQUON THA MC and judged by DJ Apollo, DJ 8-Ball, DJ Snayk Eyez, DJ Esquire, Mista B, and more to be announced.  

For more information, visit www.dmcdjchamps.com or DMC’s Facebook page
 

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