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My magic sing has a loose cord. it won't make a sound. What do I do?

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Magic Sing ET19KV On connecting Magic Sing through RCA Cable, get buzz sound on my speakers Have chked on diff TV's and replaced the RCA cable.The Video is clear, but getting buzz on speaker


Most buzzes are caused by one of two things: "DIRTY" power or a lifted\non-existent ground. Allow me to explain;
"DIRTY" power is just that. It comes in and carries a lot of static with it. Most newer systems have filters built in on the power side of the main board. The fix? Try running your Magic Sing from a wall socket that doesn't have anything else pulling from that particular circuit. You should also invest in a GOOD power strip and not one that cost $5-$10 bucks. All these are good for is getting power to multiple products simultaneously, AND they don't have the resistors and filters to give you a constant 120v AC.
Monster Cable Co. was a very sought after item up to the point to where Radio Shack no longer carried their products.

If you really want to get your money's worth out of the instruments you buy, don't slack on the power strip. This will be the most costly mistake ANYONE can make.

Here is an article that explains what I did and gives you answers on how to fix this issue.

Hope this helps. Dirty Power What It Is and Why You Need to Clean It Up Schneider Electric...

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Question about Peavey Escort 3000 300 watt portable PA, both right and left mains work fine, but the right speaker has distortion sound. Even if I change speakers the right out speaker circuit is dist


sounds like an internal connection problem. open access panel and check the solder connection is not broken or loose. Be sure the metal mesh jacket is not touching the lead wire as that would cause a scratchy noise and feedback, or maybe near the internal cable causing feedback

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I have a mackie cfx12 mixer with mackie powered speakers.At a gig tonight i set up as usual and had strange highly amplified sounds coming thru speakers from microphone when reverb was on-the effects had...


Make sure you are using BALANCED interconnection cables to the speakers, either XLR or TRS connections. ALSO make sure all interconnected equipment such as the speakers AND the mixer are powered from the SAME receptacle at the venue... yes you have to run extension cords... the pro's do it so they don't have hum and other noise and don't damage their equipment.

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I am trying to run a monitor using the Aux Send on a Mackie Board but even with the Master Aux Send turned up there is barely any sound coming out when I try to use my microphones. Also, I noticed that...


No there is no special cord. The aux you use for a monitor should be pre fader( that means the signal comes before the volume slider) turn the individual slider all the way down. Talk into the mike at the volume you would be singing at the loudest. Adjust the gain of that chanel up untill the clip light comes on. Now back it down so it dosent come on at your loudest. Now pick the aux you want to use. Turn it up 1/2 way, turn up the master aux send coresponding to the channel aux number 1/2 way you should get sound. If it's too loud turn it down if you need more turn it up. If you have any more questions, give me a call at the shop.

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Where is the pre-programmed song chip located and can I purchase an English main chip and swap it out? I inadvertently purchased the Spanish version and I don't want to return the entire unit, I just want...


The chip MAY not be a plug in type, but a surface mounted one that is burned with the sound at the factory. I would NOT attempt to change the preprogrammed chip. You will be out the shipping charge, but that is better than to damage the unit. Otherwise, purchase the add on chips in the language you want and forget about the internal ones.

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I have enter magic sing i put it on a wrong voltage then the power supply regulator got burn how can i replace it. where can i buy iC76A and how much


It is likely soldered into the circuit board. It may be any of several part numbers such as 7805.

Try to read ANY number you can off the IC itself... the last two digits are the voltage... 7805, 7812, 7815 are common ones... There often is a production lot number... see if you can find the number ang et back to me as email.

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I get little sound out of the microphone spots onm my DA-X10Pro. I have a karaoke THE SINGING MACHINE. When I use my karaokee machine mic plug in the mic works fine...but any voice into the mic...


The mics on the singing machine are very low end mics and MAY not work on your other unit. The Voco has very sensitvie inputs to use with "professional" type microphones. The Singing machine mics are going to be fairly high output and likely to overload the voco inputs. Procure some professional mics like Shure, AKG, Sennheiser or others and don't forget to use a balanced to unbalanced adapter or cable on the mics.

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I just received a GPX JM250S Karaoke Party Machine. I have not tried a actual Karaoke CD yet. I plugged ipod in. Problem is- music is playing, then when I speak into mic music stops playing. There is no...


The music to sing along with apparently MUST come from a disk played on the unit. It appears that the external audio jacks are just to use the unit as either a boombox or to drive a larger sound system. You will have to convert your IPOD music into a Karaoke compatible CD to be able to sing along with it... They probably detect MIC input and mute any incoming signals from the RCA jack inputs,

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My warlock makes this horrible noise as i plug in the cord. I don' have ANY idea why. I've been messing around with it and still nothing has worked out. It makes the sound as if my amp is turned all the...


If the noise is a pop or click, that's normal. Any other sound could be caused by too long a cord, which will produce noise while on the floor.

If it's not the cord, then you most likely have something wrong with the wiring inside the guitar. Have a luthier (guitar builder and technician) look at it, and s/he should be able to fix the problem.


Hope that helps!

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