I recently brought a karaoke machine and the remote control only works now and again so i cant use all the functions.sent it back to retailer and was told it worked perfectly.been sent another and this one just the same
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I have the same one. and I have had another model also.they are almost the same.If I am correct it is a cassette karaoke player.They take a special cassette that says lonestar super K.these players and tapes were from the 1992-1994.when you hook to the tv, the tv needs to be on channel 3 or 4.the back of the machine should have a switch with 3 &4.make sure both are on the same.on newer tv you may have to figure out the input & output.some say video some say line 1 line 2 etc.my machine uses a cable cord from tv to machine.any tape will play in them ,but only the special ones will put words on the tv. if you use the special tape when you put it in the machine only one side plays.it tells you on the tape.also only one side of the duel cassette compartment will put words on screen.my sk104 is side B.Hope this helps.if you still cant get on screen words,it could be that part of the machine just doesn't work anymore.that is what happened to my other one.
i am trying to connect this to my stereo, the volume is not loud enough, so i bought a split cable, connected to one of my outputs on my stereo receiver. it works but very deep, so i bought a thicker split cable and will try, but not sure how to hook up the video part. a staight wire to the back of my tv? will that work? also i cant find the right kareoke videos, each time I buy one, computer graphics come up but no words, any direction, send to email@example.com please
Hello. For the manual and remote your best option is to search online. As far as the echo goes, this is just a cheap microphone with a cheap system. It will not go away unless you turn the volume down on the system. If you want to put good money down on a nice SHURE brand microphone it will definitly help with the echo, however it will not make the system any better.
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?
You MUST use a special Karaoke CD disk to show lyrics on the screen. Plain music CD's will play music but NOT display the lyrics. Karaoke disks can be expensive... so shop online for Karaoke CD's. Some music stores, including Costco and other warehouses sell some Karaoke disks, but they are usually in a very small section of the displays.
You would connect the IPOD to the RCA jacks on the back, HOWEVER the audio through there cannot be used for Karaoke. Te only other possibility is to mix the stereo channels of the IPOD and run them into one of the MIC inputs.
To get words, you must buy special Karaoke CD's that have the music and the lyrics. Search for sellers of the disks using Google.