Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I have tried several microphones and none seem to work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a problem with a simple answer. As newer disk technology comes out, newer electronics come out to work with them. Most likely your Kareoke machine is older and not compatible with burnt cds. As long as you are ok with buying regular CD+G disks, you should be fine. If you are interested in making or copying CD+G disks from others, you should consider investing in a new Kareoke machine. As per your question of it being correctable, to my knowlege, No. The electronics in older kareoke machines are not meant to handle CD-Rs or CD-RWs and in order to correct it you would have to somehow frankenstein a new circuit board in somewhere to allow it to handle CD-R/W Disks. As I don't know what is necessary, I am not sure if this is even possible. Like I said if you need this function, you are better of just getting a new Kareoke machine and selling your old one to offset the cost. Make sure the new one handles CD-R and CD-RW disks. Some more expensive ones will also handle Kareoke DVDs as well and have an A/V out so you can display the information on your TV(some of them will even handle DVD-Rs as well). Just look for that information on the box or ask a store representative for that information and they should be able to help you.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
You can go to Control Panel>Sound>Click the Recording tab and make sure that the mic is not disabled and is being recognized. There are also level adjustments there that may help tweek the mic for better performance.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
Check if the correct recoding device is selected on sound properties, and verify if mic is mute.Test mic using the sound recording program.
Try to uninstall and reinstall the sound driver.
Perform diagnostic on the audio using the drivers and utility disc. if mic is not working on the diagnostic tool then need to replace the sound card.
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
SOURCE: karaoke not working
Hi, got this info from philips customer service. Was desperately trying to get the karaoke function to work for 2 weeks! Plug in your microphone. Press "KARAOKE" button until you see "MIC OFF" text, and immediately press RIGHT button. It will now shows "MIC ON"! "ECHO", "KEY" options will now shows up when pressing "KARAOKE" button repeatedly. However, microphone sound will not be available on digital output, you'll have to use the audio RCA. Happy singing!
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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