Question about Magic Star Karaoke Microphone
I have a problem with my magic Mic 8000, when plugged into the TV all I seem to get now is an Auto Test Screen Page!!! showing the following: Song - No Song Data Pic - No Picture Font - No Font NTSC TV It was working fine for the first 6 months and then all of a soudden I got this message, I have tried to reset using the 0 and the power button, however that didnt work. Any ideas from the experts would be gratefully received. Many thanks Jim
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: broken karaoke mic ed8000 model
Hi im joe,
if the screen says no font, no picture, no song data it means all the data installed was lost. you have to send it to the nearest service center to have it reprogram.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Your problem is your connection to the TV and maybe your Magic Sing configuration.
Can u specifically describe how you have it connected?
Posted on May 04, 2008
SOURCE: change from PAL to NATSC
hi there...try this
1. turn mic off
2. press and hold 8, then press power button (to change to NTSC)
press and hold 9, the press power button (to change to PAL)
Mr. Sean A. DelCarmen
Customer Service Dept.
In A Jiffy Ent. - Wow Magic Sing
1081 EDSA Balintawak
Quezon City 1106 Philippines
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
first off, thank goodness a site like this exists. thank you fixya!
ok, here's my setup:
Sony XBR-LX900 LED LCD TV Pioneer Elite VSX-31 Receiver/Amp Entertech MagicSing ET-19K
SOLUTION: i followed pmavuduru's advice, but to less extremes. physical hookup was the same. the KEY WAS TO CHANGE THE AUDIO PROCESSING ON MY RECEIVER TO 'PURE DIRECT' which turns of all analog to digital conversion.
DETAILS: Any analog signal that goes into the receiver gets up converted to digital so that it can be processed (distribution of voice, music, bass, etc to your 4, 5, 6, or 7 speakers setup). By going to 'Pure Direct' (this is the verbage the Pioneer uses, but each company will have it's own name for switching the sound processing off).
Good luck guys! If you're using a TV only and you're experiencing this issue, turn off the sound processing if you can (look for words like dynamic sound, auto surround, 3D STS sound, etc.).
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
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