When making a decision about price, you also have to consider value (i.e. what are you getting for that price)
•Is the DJ giving you value for the price you are paying?
•Does the DJ have experience?
•How many weddings does the DJ do per year?
•Does the DJ use Professional Grade Equipment?
•Does the DJ have back-up Equipment?
•Does the DJ have liability insurance?
•Does the DJ have a contract?
•Has the DJ told you if there are any hidden fees? (i.e. taxes, travel, etc)
•Is the DJ good at communicating (i.e. do they answer emails and return phone calls in a timely manner)
If the answers to the above questions are no, then you aren’t getting any value for the price you are paying. You only do this once, so is it really worth risking ruining your entire wedding, just to save a few hundred dollars.