Elite Signature DJs

2 WRITE A REVIEW 11711 Princeton Pike / Ste 254
Cincinnati, OH 45246

About Elite Signature DJs

Elite Signature DJs take pride in excellent customer service and providing a DJ that will aim to please. Our staff has ... Read MoreRead More experienced DJs that will provide the music you want to here! Your day needs to be more than special, it needs to be Elite! Please contact us at 1-888-280-8110 today for a free quote.

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Business Details

djs starting at $300 and up

Type of Music
  • Alternative
  • Classical
  • Country
  • Dance
  • Disco
  • Hip Hop / Rap
  • Irish
  • Jazz
  • Karaoke
  • Latin / Salsa
  • Motown
  • Oldies
  • Top 40
  • R & B
  • Reggae
  • Rock
  • Swing
  • Techno / House
  • 80's
  • 90's
  • Additional Services
  • MC's
  • Lights
  • Fog Machines
  • Bubble / Foam Parties
  • Type of Venue
  • Inside
  • Outside
  • Both
  • Not Sure
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    Beyond Disappointing

    Horrible company. Horrible service. They are so nice until they take your money and do nothing they say they will. DJ showed up to my wedding and played music. Thats it. He was dressed like a slob, had no clue how to speak into a microphone, did not play 20% of the songs that was on my list that the company made me make. My four year old could have done a better job. The worst part is when I expressed my disappoinment, the OWNER of the company did not care. Being a small business owner myself, this shocked me the most. They simply want your money. They do not care a bit about your satisfaction. Look elsewhere for a DJ!!

    This is the subjective opinion of an independent reviewer and not of Decidio, Inc.

    Horrible Experience

    Brianna , Chicago, August 28, 2012

    I trusted that a moderately priced DJ couldn't screw things up if I was really specific in my instructions. WRONG. I contacted them 6 times during the 6 weeks before our wedding to tell them I was going to provide a USB with all the songs we wanted to play and I just needed to know how to get it to them. They finally got the DJ to call me 10 days before my wedding. I overnighted him the USB with our songs and an instruction sheet telling him what to play for the last song of the night, what kind of music we like/don't like, how to pronounce peoples names, ect. DJ Mark called me the Monday before my wedding at and I asked him if the instructions and name pronouncing made sense and he said he would let me know if he had any questions. Wedding day: During cocktail hour I stop over to see if he has everything or has any questions, he says no. As we are lining up to do introductions we quickly figure out he "never saw" the instructions sheet in the package with the USB. I about had a panic attack. My Husband was so pissed he almost stopped the introductions to go into the hall and yell at DJ Mark. It was awful. But it gets worse. I had to get up from my dinner to interrupt DJ Mark who was chatting away eating with other vendors to do toasts that should have already been done. We had 3.5 hours of dancing time. Our USB contained 2 hours and 45 minutes of "must play" dancing music and 45 minutes of "suggested" music. Needless to say not only were "must play" songs not played, but three times my husband or I had to tell him to turn whatever song he had put on off. We didn't want requests, but he took them. He obviously didn't even listen to the songs we sent to know if they were fast or slow because the whole night was choppy and all over the place. He would stop songs abruptly before they were even over and it would be silent. It was all around terrible. This is from one of our other vendors: We did want you to know about a couple more issues regarding your DJ. At dinner, he made comments about your music choices and the song you wanted to start your dancing to. He said your choice of Michael Jackson's "Starting Something" was bad and that he really thought no one would dance to it. He also said you wanted songs played in the order you gave him. We both noticed his lack of enthusiasm. When "open" dance was ready to start, he just stood there. I was the one who went to find you to get the dancing started. Then, he commented again about how no one was dancing and just stood there. I again came out to get you. During dinner, we asked him how long he had been a DJ and if he still liked his job, his answer was, "not when I have brides like this." I know us telling you this has to be upsetting. I am sorry you have to work with vendors like this. Just for the record, you were a great bride to work with!

    This is the subjective opinion of an independent reviewer and not of Decidio, Inc.