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AKJ-7050 karaoke mixer/amp reverb is intermittent. Suggestions?

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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.
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Posted on Jun 14, 2010

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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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What preset effect number is best for karaoke?


Always use echo and reverb, or just reverb for inexperienced singers. If I remember right this is from effect 19 but this is a very inflexible set-up with no control over the effects, just presets. You'll need to listen and decide what is best. You may also try chorus as with a decent effects unit this can be very effective plus a bit of reverb and echo.

Different songs like different effects and we will chop and change even in a single track when live mixing professional acts.

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We have a PMP4000 running multiple mics and instruments in a small church space. We are not getting very much volume and the sound is very fuzzy. Any recommendations?


You have NOT told us what speakers you are using or anything to help us help you. That mixer will produce about 250 watts a side into 8 ohm speakers. That should fill a 30 by 50 foot area. You will need at least 15 inch speakers. Proper mixer setup is important. Look at videos on the subject on YouTube for instructions. Many people use too much high frequency EQ setting. Set the EQ flat to start. Use minimum of reverb to start. Use good quality mics with XLR to XLR cables... none of this Radio Shack or Karaoke quality. Minimum mic cost iis around $90 for decent ones... or about $70 when bought in lots of three or more. For your speakers make sure they are elevated on speaker stands. Use the PFL to solo each channel and set the TRIM level for each as the first step.

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Hope you guys can help... I have a laptop Karaoke system. I connect from laptop to 6 channel mixer to speakers. I use a stereo phono to RCA from laptop to mixer. I am experiencing a buzz coming through...


Yep! Get a decent audio interface that attaches to the PC with a USB connection and uses BALANCED lines to your mixer. I use a UA-25EX Roland/cakewalk as an example. (about $200 and there are cheaper units such as M-Audio Fast Track MKII ) Note these interfaces BOTH record and playback with two channels for stereo.
Essentially the audio board that is in PC's and Laptops are too near the switching noise of the processor and some of that is just bound to get into the audio lines as they don't even have balanced audio lines from the computers. Make sure you use either TRS or XLR balanced cables from whatever interface you get. Also connect ALL interconnected equipment to the same power source or receptacle. You can try to reduce the buzz with the mixer EQ's with what you have, but that sacrifices audio quality.

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The problem is me not the gear (px2000) I'm not sure how to use it I've got various pieces of kit:- Mixers - Drum machines - sound modules - reverb units - three sets of speakers (2 active & 1 passive)...


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Hi well to wire it all up,isn't too hard, if ya can follow the diagram above, it's a rough, very, diagram of how you could go about hooking it all up.
The AMP is sort of the central thing, the speaker plug into the OUTPUT side of things. Then on the INPUT we use our MIXER, to Join all our "Other" INPUT devices, Drums, sound modules and reverb units, the reverbs always go between the Input device and the Mixer.
Now if using a patch bay all the inputs go to that then to the Mixer and on to the Amp, out to the speakers.
You could use the PC to control them all, and use the USB audio interface to deliver audio in.

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Long delay between singing into mic and hearing voice in speakers


Usually delay is associated with "reverb" not echo. If you are in a large room, the room acoustics can add reverb without the benefit of signal processing.

Reverb NORMALLY passes the inout signal as is and then adds in a delayed version on top.

The delay should be less than the room size delay.

Try turning off all effects as a start. There is some "transport" time if it goes through a digital signal processing.

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first of all you must connect as follows.
1-preamp/mixer-------equalizer/reverb unit------amp-----speakers(keep all equalizer control to 0db).
2-check your cables for good connector no touching of any inner wire to chassis of any equipment.
3-go to radio shack and buy(ground-loop isolator).
parts code(270-054)-----better to buy two pieces and connect it between your equipment.

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