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A Sensory Sound System

Tampa , FL

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Tampa, FL US

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renfount
Wedding:
5/2/2010
0.0/5.0
It says above to check the service this company provided but it should be lack of service. I hired this company like others without doing full research. DO NOT HIRE THIS DJ COMPANY. I paid $650. One week before my wedding I also contacted Jesse (as did the lady before me) and he said he would have someone contact me. I had a destination wedding in Florida and the DJ never showed. Yep, no DJ. The Tradewinds where I stayed did an awesome job of getting someone at the last minute for the reception so it ended up being ok. The worst part was I called this company everyday multiple times a day for 10 days. They kept telling me that I needed to talk to this Ryan guy, who of course never called me back. Thankfully I disputed the charges with my credit card company and got my money back through them. If the price seems too good to be true it probably is!
It says above to check the service this company provided but it should be lack of service. I hired this company like Read more...
It says above to check the service this company provided but it should be lack of service. I hired this company like others without doing full research. DO NOT HIRE THIS DJ COMPANY. I paid $650. One week before my wedding I also contacted Jesse (as did the lady before me) and he said he would have someone contact me. I had a destination wedding in Florida and the DJ never showed. Yep, no DJ. The Tradewinds where I stayed did an awesome job of getting someone at the last minute for the reception so it ended up being ok. The worst part was I called this company everyday multiple times a day for 10 days. They kept telling me that I needed to talk to this Ryan guy, who of course never called me back. Thankfully I disputed the charges with my credit card company and got my money back through them. If the price seems too good to be true it probably is! Read less
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Mandi
Wedding:
4/16/2010
3.6/5.0
I feel bad about this review, but what can I say.. He didn't get the music on when my bridal party was coming down the aisle. Then when he was doing the entrance of the bridal party he wasn't telling people to have a seat, so we were waititng outside for too long. Then you couldn't hear the music... Then I told them, absolutely no requests for music, and he let people request all night long instead of just playing our music list!!!
I feel bad about this review, but what can I say.. He didn't get the music on when my bridal party was coming down the Read more...
I feel bad about this review, but what can I say.. He didn't get the music on when my bridal party was coming down the aisle. Then when he was doing the entrance of the bridal party he wasn't telling people to have a seat, so we were waititng outside for too long. Then you couldn't hear the music... Then I told them, absolutely no requests for music, and he let people request all night long instead of just playing our music list!!! Read less
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Emily
Wedding:
3/26/2010
0.0/5.0
After writing all the glowing reviews of my other vendors, it makes my heart pound with dread just thinking about my experience with this vendor. We found them through a referral website and since they were the first on the list, they were the first vendor we called. Their prices were too good to be true and we booked their services in September for a March wedding. They assured us that they would send the contract for us to sign ASAP: we put a deposit down.
The next time I heard from them was in late October: an email saying if we paid in full they would throw in some free lighting or a wireless microphone or something like that. I called them and paid my balance and inquired after the contract. It was "in the mail". Meanwhile, they gave me a subscription to a music request website, where I was to enter in my music requests, event timeline and other special instructions for the DJ the day of the event. About December was the first time the website crashed and I lost everything and had to re-submit it: that should have been my first warning.
Around the end of Feburary, after the website crashed the second time, I tried to call them to see what could be done to fix the issue. Their local (813 area code) phone number had been disconnected. My heart started to pound as it does as I am writing this. Cold panic set in. I called their 1-800 number. It was disconnected too. I thought, I dialed it wrong. I dialed it again. Disconnected. I restarted my phone. Still disconnected. I then checked their national website: there was a completely NEW phone number! I called them and asked about the website. Jesse (my contact) said there was nothing to be done about it and I would have to answer the questions all over again. When I asked about the change of phone numbers, he laughed at me and told me they were having problems with the old number so they switched. I asked him if he realized how nervous he made me and probably other brides as well and he just laughed. I should have realized then, that I should be looking for a new DJ, it was my second warning. The contract was still "on its way".
About 2 weeks before my event, with no contract in hand I started to get really nervous. This is the last thing I need to be worrying about this close to my wedding. I still had no contract, and I had yet to speak to my DJ personally about any day of questions or name pronunciations ANYTHING. So I decide to call them at their new 1-800 number listed on their website . . .(drum roll please) it was disconnected!!! At this point in time, I started calling every known phone number this company had given me to date and nothing! They were all disconnected.
At this point, I started doing the research I should have been doing at the very beginning: I looked at Better Business Bureau, Yahoo, Google, and websites like this. All of them told of horror stories of brides not having a DJ show up on her event day, or having them show up in jeans and a tee shirt 3 hours late; paying these people and never getting service, losing money and never seeing it again. I am horrified that a company like this can even exist. It is up to each of us, who have these experiences to pass on the knowledge of complete and utter douchebags like these people. They could have seriously ruined my day, but luckily, I caught it in time.

I can't tell you what a relief it was to actually find a professional DJ after this experience. I had no idea the lack of professionalism, lack of responsiveness, and the overall LACK of quality of service I was dealing with, until I found my new DJ company.
After writing all the glowing reviews of my other vendors, it makes my heart pound with dread just thinking about my Read more...
After writing all the glowing reviews of my other vendors, it makes my heart pound with dread just thinking about my experience with this vendor. We found them through a referral website and since they were the first on the list, they were the first vendor we called. Their prices were too good to be true and we booked their services in September for a March wedding. They assured us that they would send the contract for us to sign ASAP: we put a deposit down.
The next time I heard from them was in late October: an email saying if we paid in full they would throw in some free lighting or a wireless microphone or something like that. I called them and paid my balance and inquired after the contract. It was "in the mail". Meanwhile, they gave me a subscription to a music request website, where I was to enter in my music requests, event timeline and other special instructions for the DJ the day of the event. About December was the first time the website crashed and I lost everything and had to re-submit it: that should have been my first warning.
Around the end of Feburary, after the website crashed the second time, I tried to call them to see what could be done to fix the issue. Their local (813 area code) phone number had been disconnected. My heart started to pound as it does as I am writing this. Cold panic set in. I called their 1-800 number. It was disconnected too. I thought, I dialed it wrong. I dialed it again. Disconnected. I restarted my phone. Still disconnected. I then checked their national website: there was a completely NEW phone number! I called them and asked about the website. Jesse (my contact) said there was nothing to be done about it and I would have to answer the questions all over again. When I asked about the change of phone numbers, he laughed at me and told me they were having problems with the old number so they switched. I asked him if he realized how nervous he made me and probably other brides as well and he just laughed. I should have realized then, that I should be looking for a new DJ, it was my second warning. The contract was still "on its way".
About 2 weeks before my event, with no contract in hand I started to get really nervous. This is the last thing I need to be worrying about this close to my wedding. I still had no contract, and I had yet to speak to my DJ personally about any day of questions or name pronunciations ANYTHING. So I decide to call them at their new 1-800 number listed on their website . . .(drum roll please) it was disconnected!!! At this point in time, I started calling every known phone number this company had given me to date and nothing! They were all disconnected.
At this point, I started doing the research I should have been doing at the very beginning: I looked at Better Business Bureau, Yahoo, Google, and websites like this. All of them told of horror stories of brides not having a DJ show up on her event day, or having them show up in jeans and a tee shirt 3 hours late; paying these people and never getting service, losing money and never seeing it again. I am horrified that a company like this can even exist. It is up to each of us, who have these experiences to pass on the knowledge of complete and utter douchebags like these people. They could have seriously ruined my day, but luckily, I caught it in time.

I can't tell you what a relief it was to actually find a professional DJ after this experience. I had no idea the lack of professionalism, lack of responsiveness, and the overall LACK of quality of service I was dealing with, until I found my new DJ company. Read less
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