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I do not here my voice in microphone

When I sing I do not fill it goes through microphone

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  • jem_fl Nov 16, 2008

    The volume display indicates properly but no voice through the system. The echo is not heard as well.

  • D-bear Nov 25, 2008

    I have the same problem and it is not the volume adjustment - I tried everything. I think I'm doing the connections wrong: in my manual there is a sticker added that says: "Remark: if need to sing a karaoke, please link MTC L/R Output" ... now I found on the internet that MTC stands for "Monitor Talkback Controller", BUT I have no idea where and how to make this connection, in the drawing for the back panel of the player is nothing called MTC Output!
    Right now I have the TV hooked up with the typical red-white-yellow cable (red/white into the "Audio Output" and yellow into the "video out") ... what am I missing ???
    Thanks for the help!

  • Anonymous Dec 25, 2008

    Same exact problem, this thing seems to be a pile of junk, Never buy one.

  • Anonymous Feb 06, 2009

    The microphone works, just microphone jack number one doesn't, the second jack works just fine

  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2009

    i have the same problem with this products microphones... and this is the first day i got it too... none of the two mic works... what is and where is the MTC anyways???

  • sweet_sweet Feb 12, 2009

    both the new microphones do not work1!! i plugged everything into all the right place (red white & yellow) and also plugged mic 1 &2 in its right spot... but it said "...karaoke, please link MTC L/R OUTPUT. what dose that mean?! what is the problem with this thing? i just wonder with so many people having the same problem, if it is the machine itself that is having the problem or the microphones? can anyone help me?

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You have to play around with the volume buttons on the remote. Turn down the volume from the dvd player using the vol - button then turn up the mic volume on the front of the machine

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