[QUOTE=midnightmike;2515666]DVI is a computer connection?[/QUOTE]
Yes, it was originally used only for a connection between computers and monitors but has migrated to TVs in recent times. Below is from the link that follows.
[B]WHAT IS DVI ?[/B]
DVI stands for ([B]D[/B])igital ([B]V[/B])ideo ([B]I[/B])nterface. DVI is a popular form of video interface technology made to maximize the quality of flat panel LCD monitors and modern video graphics cards. It was a replacement for the short-lived P&D Plug & Display standard, and a step up from the digital-only DFP format for older flat panels. DVI cables are very popular with video card manufacturers, and most cards nowadays include one or two DVI output ports.
I assume you are “DJing” using a Laptop (or two) as that seems common these days. If so, you could simply use the monitor output from it to connect to the TV (again if it has a DVI connection) after inserting the photo disk into the DVD player in the Laptop.
Would that work for you?