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I need a manual for a GPX Karaoke c1030 machine.

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SOURCE: i just received a karaoke party machine gpx JM250s

Make sure you have the input, upper right of front, set to CD-G not CD.

Posted on Dec 25, 2010

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You MUST use a specially prepared Karaoke CD, not just a plain music CD.

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A good place to find cords and also adapters is at Thrift Stores.

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SOURCE: can seem to view the lyrics on screen of my new

You MUST use SPECIAL Karaoke disks that have the lyrics... Is that what you are using?

Posted on Jun 27, 2011

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How do you get it to show the lyrics when using an ipod


lyrics are only included in karaoke files you have to download the karaoke version a song from iTunes

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GPX Karaoke Machine with AM/FM radio and cassette, Manufactured 1/2001 Model C1550 do not know how to hook up to TV/VCR ?


On the rear of the unit, the RCA jack on the lower left corner of the jack panel should be yellow and marked Video out. take a RCA to RCA plug into the video out on the unit, then plug the other end into Video in on the TV.
I'll attempt to send you the manual thru the link below:
http://www.gpx.com/owners_manuals/JM250S-IB.pdf

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Sep 21, 2011 | Digital Products International Karaoke...

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Can seem to view the lyrics on screen of my new gpx karaoke party machine, can you help me?


You MUST use SPECIAL Karaoke disks that have the lyrics... Is that what you are using?

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Need A/C Power Cord for GPX Karaoke Party Machine , Model C1005RS


A good place to find cords and also adapters is at Thrift Stores.

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Daughter received a GPX JM250S Karaoke Party Machine for Christmas and can not get the lyrics to display. I have a CD-G and it is on that setting, but no lyrics.


From the FAQ for this unit:

Make sure that you are in either CDG or AUX mode and then adjust the BRIGHT, CONTRAST, AND V-HOLD knobs, on the back of the unit, if needed

Dec 31, 2010 | Digital Products International Karaoke...

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What cord do you need to plug the ipod into the karaoke machine


This depends on the karaoke machine in question. Mostly the Ipod accepts a 3mm earphone jack and the karaoke is supposed to support the regular av in 2 pin jack. so all you need to do is get the single 3mm headphone jack to 2 pin av in jack. that should work perfectly.
Hope this solution has been helpful?

Dec 29, 2010 | GPX Karaoke Party Machine

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