Although aimed at restaurateurs and pub owners looking to set-up karaoke nights in their establishments, professional karaoke machines can also be used by singers who want to practice their game before big nights out. These systems usually come as component with separate stereo receivers and need to be integrated with home theatre systems. Professional systems come with a huge database of tracks and added expansion slots, CD/DVD support as well as internet connectivity and cloud storage support. Let’s take a look at some of the more well-known professional karaoke machines available today.
- Supports a myriad of formats including with DVD, VCD, CD-RW, MPEG, CD-G, CD-R and HDCD and even cassette tapes
- Features voice modulation, pitch correction, 12-key correction controls with a five-band equalizer
- Four speaker setup including a wooden woofer and dual-mic interface
- Streaming AM/FM support
SINGING MACHINE ISM1028XA
- 7-inch TFT monitor
- Separate component dual-speaker system
- Support for iPods and iPads with integrated dock
- Stylish mic-stand design
- Integrated video camera
SINGING MACHINE SMD-572
- Built-in equalizer with bass-, medium-, and treble-level controls
- Record in MP3 format on SD card or USB drive
- Modular and easy to transport
- Internet connectivity with support for sharing recordings on social media websites
- 7-inch colour LCD screen
For those looking for a more simplified and convenient karaoke experience on their smartphone, download the McDowell’s No 1 Karaoke App available for Android and iOS. Record your favourite tracks and share them with your friends and social media networks.
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