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I need a RF Modulator for a VocoPro Bravo II 160w Karaoke Amp

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Can i use karaoke mic in harman avr 245 ?


No. The 245 doesn't have a microphone input. Besides, the speakers for a home surround sound system are a bit too delicate for the distortion levels generated by karaoke.

Here's a $300 speaker (yes, $300 for a single speaker) wrecked from teens doing karaoke. They then bust it more messing around trying to push the tweeter cone together so the crack wouldn't be so noticeable

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If you still want to go ahead with the idea then you'll need some other bits of gear. For simplicity sake I'd recommend a karaoke CD+G player. It will have mic inputs, vocal echo, and take care of putting the works up on screen.

The alternative is a mixer with effects (echo, reverb) - Cheap is Behringer Xenyx 1202FX

and a source device for music and graphics. This could be your PC, but you'll then need to go trawling for karaoke files and you'll need some software to play them and do the words. Sax & Dotty is pretty good software.

The PC sound needs to be connected to the mixer in a stereo channel. The mic goes in mono on a mic channel. The output of the mixer goes to the AVR on an AUX input.

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How do i connect my lg42lh2000 to my lg ht302 receiver so that the sound from the tv can be heard through the recivers speekers


you will need:
rf modulator.
coax cable.
video cables.
run audio cables from yourmusic source to the reciever that should work but if your music source is away from the reciever then get an rf modulator and put your music source by your reciever and the put thevideo cable from your music source to the rf modulator and tthenrun a coax cable to the tv and then run the audio cables from the music source to the input on the reciever. for example i have my direct tv box sound running through my reciever and speakers, and to have musicfrom the direct tv box going through my speakers i put the audio cables from my direct tv box into the audio input on the reciever and then the video cable into the rf modulator and then from the rf modulator i ran a coax cable to my tv then i had my sound from the direct tv box going through my reciever and the video on the tv.
plz tell me if this works :)\

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How to get replacement parts


Here's their contact info.

VocoPro
1728 Curtiss Court
La Verne, CA 91750
Toll Free: 800-678-5348
TEL: 909-593-8893
FAX: 909-593-8890

I hope this helps you find what you need.

Bobya.

Jul 01, 2011 | Vocopro Audio & Video Receivers

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I lost the manual to my craig cvd505. I am trying to set my 505 as a dvd player to watch on a old tv. It does not have video plugins. It has the older cable plugins in the back. I know I need at...


you need what's called an RF (radio frequency) modulator. it allows the standard video/audio RCA connections (yellow/red/white) to be plugged in then it routes the signals to a standard cable connection (coaxial). This cable connection carries both video and audio signal to channel 3 or 4 (selected on the modulator)._1408.jpg

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C.D. doesn't spin in our Vocopro machine what can we do to remedy this problem. It has been working until now.


The problem is the pladder motor that spins the cd, either the motor is defective or the voltage feed to the motor is missing. The unit needs to be checked out by a technician because of the complexity involved.

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I trying to hook up an old record player to my Vocopro karaoke machine & I can't get any sound. What cables & where do I hook them


the record player should have a 2 sets of wires (one for power) and the other for left/right sound........you may need an adapter for this if there is no RCA plug in (if there is plug in AUX)

Aug 08, 2010 | Audio & Video Receivers

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I use a laptop,an external hardrive,and a mixer amp what is the best way to record some one singing on my karaoke to be able to burn it to disc for them to keep?Do you have any karaoke experts.....


I would suggest you to use a headset (without mic) and play the karaoke for them so that they can listen the music through the headphone while they sing. Connect the mic on the mic plug on your computer and record the songs they are singing with rhythm of the karaoke using an audio editor like Audacity or Adobe Audition and similar softwares. Suppose if you play the karaoke on your speaker, then the music will be heard from the mic and it'll be mixed up with the songs he/she is singing. For best result, Record the sound/songs and save it as different file and mixdown the karaoke file with it later. Otherwise, you'll not be able to get good songs. Please let me know if you need further help.
Good luck.
Thanks for using FixYa.

Jun 14, 2010 | Audio & Video Receivers

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I have tuned in my video to my tv but I cannot get the tv station


I had a similar problem. After a nearby lightning strike I lost video to the TV. When the SA-HE100 source switch was set to DVD or TV I lost the TV picture. In my system configuration I send composite video (yellow jacks) to the SA-HE100 from the DVD player, VCR and satellite receiver. From the "TV Monitor Out" jack (yellow jack) the video goes to an RF modulator then is sent to the TV as RF channel 3. At first it seemed the modulator was defective but plugging in another identical modulator damaged the second unit also. This made me look at the amp as the culprit. Curiously, the amp would pass through VCR video without a problem but I didn't know it because of the damaged RF modulator. Whenever the amp source switch was set to DVD or TV the amp would put -4.75V DC on the "TV Monitor Out" jack thereby damaging the connected RF modulator. The repair is relatively simple. The only special skill required is you will need to be able to desolder a 14 pin DIP IC. The damaged component on my amp was IC364 mounted on the board that holds the yellow video jacks. The IC is a JRC 2279D, a 3 input/2 output video switch available from Digikey p/n NJM2279D-ND, $1.50 each.

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VOCOPRO KARAOKE PLAYER NOT READING


You should be able to get at the lens by opening up the top. Try cleaning this lens using a cotton swab and alcohol. There are electrical adjustments that can be made for tracking and balance that would effect its ability to read the discs as well. Let us know if cleaning works.
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HELP! hooking up my components to eachother


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