Which Karaoke Machine?
Category: Sports and Recreation > Hobbies and Crafts
Asked by: bootsybus-ga
List Price: $10.00
12 Dec 2004 14:15 PST
Expires: 16 Dec 2004 16:15 PST
Question ID: 441716
Hi...I just don't have time to research products myself. Need an answer in the next couple of days (after that, please don't answer). Want to get my wife a karaoke machine. Considerations: 1) Price: <$300, hopefully around $200 2) Features I want: - it needs to have it's own screen, or the ability to output to 2 tvs - it needs to be able to output to 1 or 2 tvs - hopefully can support 2 singers (ie, 2 mics). - probably stands tall? I dunno. 3) Compatibility - I have no idea how people buy karaoke disks...dvds? laser? cd? Anyway, I want to make sure I'm getting a system where these are widely available and hopefully not picking the system with the most expensive song format. If there is a site that compares these things, answers all these questions, just point me to it, that's good enough ... but the site should be unbiased, and up to date...kinda like dcresource.com
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Re: Which Karaoke Machine?
From: ritisroo-ga on 16 Dec 2004 15:16 PST
A great site to find all your karaoke answers is www.singersshowcase.com Here, you will find numerous Karaoke Jockey, home karaoke singers, and even professional karaoke singers that can point you in the right direction. They also have links to karaoke stores and sites that you can buy equipment off of....or they will point you in the direction of some good stores. Also, they can tell you what the best kind of discs are, where to get the discs, etc. etc. I believe karaoke.com is a good site...and is an american site. They also sell custom CD+G's (which is what you will need to play in your karaoke machine). I bought my karaoke machine from Best Buy (I think that is a branch of future shop??) I got it for $150.00 CDN (I think, it was a while ago). It comes with one mic, and has a screen built in to it. I believe that I can also hook it up to other devices (just look for the connections at the back). Mics come pretty cheap to....if you are planning on singing for fun only, you can ususally get them from 10 to 20 dollars at most stores. I hope that helps :)
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