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You will need to give some more info ie equipment +set up and inputs etc etc...does the drop out happen on playback or on input..are you using a condenser mic close without a pop shield etc..etc .
A bit more detail and i am sure someone can help..
You need to connect directly the sound wire of your magic sing to your home theather while the video wire of your magic sing directly to your hdtv. If its difficult to do because of distance, buy an rca extension to extend your magic sing wire to make it reach to the other end.
i bought et18k. just the same as yours.its 2 days old and has the same
problem. the technical assistant says that its because of the digital
setting that new tvs have. there are two ways to solve this though:
connect the video (yellow plug) to the tv. and the other two plugs
(yellow and white) to the stereo. when i say stereo, its not the dvd
home theater system that you have but a separate one. if you connect it
to the home theater that you have, it'll just sound the same, you still
have the delay.
2. connect the magic sing to the older tvs hangin out. and you'll get no problem at all.
such as sony, samsung, philips, sharp and all plasma tvs including
other newly designed tvs will have the delay since they all share the
HDMI thingy that causes sh*t.
If you are trying to make your voice "fit in the music" better is there a sync button ? If it is the tone quailty as I was horrified at what I sounded like the first time I heard my self, then practice voice lessons and playback more practice. Remember to sing on the vowels.
hi there..if there is video and background audio coming out from the TV, and no voice recognition from the mic- then mic is the problem. I believed the problem is the "voice coil". This is a part that can be replaced- you can contact me and we can repair that.
two ways to check remove the mic ball the part which the mic ball is is covering is the voice coil. try holding both terminals (black and white wire)- if there is feedback sound- it is open and need to be replaced try using your tester- test the impedance- there should be 500- 600 ohms reading
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