Best Mobile Disco shop in the West of Scotland, for Top of the Range Sound systems or latest in Lighting, plus all the disco accessories you'll ever need. Not forgetting Solo singers, Bands, Fitness Instructors or anyone that needs sound re-eforcement, . . . or flashing lights.
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Phone us first :  0141 248 4158
 Look what we've got !!
TWO Pioneer XDJ-RX Controllers !!
if you want one . . . be quick !!

As with all these credit agreements, there are terms and conditions.  

The New NE1 Wi-Fi Controller.
It's in stock and in store.
See it "demo'd" at the counter.
For more info see the 'For Sale' page

We now have a great range of ODYUSA Cases in stock  Visit the website 
Get 'The Best Case on the Market' here at Glasgow Sound Centre 

Are you're a jock and need technical Support ?
Having problems installing your 'Controller' software, need a Laptop Upgrade ?
 call us: @ CORE 2 Computing 0141 847 1722


Do you want this  . . . but can't afford it
LOOK, we have an alternative, it's here !! The Pioneer XDJ-RX  in stock NOW !!

Bring in your Favourite Track on memory stick and hear it with the new XDJ-RX
coupled to the latest speakers from db Technologies in the OPERA RANGE

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For the Very Latest music,  Mashups and Pre Releace's
check out the facebook page




A Mega Shout goes out this week to : 

A great place to Eat Drink and be Merry
You'll have to pop in one day for some great grub
& great drinks and a Great Time !!
The Logie Baird is in the midst of upgrading and updating the sound and lighting in the venue, to that end you'll see new ADJ KAOS


8 James StreetHelensburgh



Look for the logo.     All new electrical and electronic equipment we sell at Glasgow Sound Centre can be
recycled! You can tell because the products in question include a ‘crossed out wheeled bin symbol’ like this somewhere.
Even if your old product doesn’t have the ‘crossed out wheeled bin’ symbol, the good news is we will accept and recycle your old electrical and electronic equipment to the best of our ability.
Since July 2007 the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations have applied.  The regulations were introduced to reduce the amount of untreated waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) going to landfill and to ensure that equipment collected separately is dealt with properly.