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I want to run a karoke mic which has prerecorded music. Have it plugged in at the back but cannot get the TV to a source so that it will come through on the TV

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  • ragingkittai May 20, 2011

    What kind of jack on the TV did you plug the microphone into?

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Try plugging it in to a different source and flip through all your sources. Make sure the device is on and making noise. Let me know if this helps at all.

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The manual is VERY minimal... if you don't have one, don't waste much time looking for one.
What I did wrong: The microphone has one wire that splits into TWO leads, each having 3 RCA plugs (Video & L/R Audio plugs... also a 3rd "pigtail" lead that is for an optional extra microphone for duets). Although the two main leads were clearly labeled, I had put the one for the TV input socket, into the DVD output (and of course the other lead was plugged in wrong, too). Oddly enough, this DID produce music AND lyrics from the DVD player; but I had no sound from me, singing into the mic. My excuse for this obvious error is the manual had a diagram for installation that showed the SHORTER of the two leads going to the TV. It doesn't. Luckily mine had blue tape labels on the leads. I switched them and though I continued to get music and lyrics, alas: still no microphone. (I tried new battery, and yes, the red "power" light lit up on the mic.)
Up until now, the music had been playing at a reasonable volume, but I then tried my mic w/o the music plugged in. As I began talking ever louder into the mic, I thought I could hear it on the TV, so I cranked up the TV volume from 11, up to 26; and suddenly the mic was delivering my vocals out the TV speakers. I would not have learned this w/o unpluging the DVD, because if I hadn't, I would never have cranked up the TV volume high enough to hear the mic.
The microphone's own volume control was minimal (almost imperceptible; low to high), but there were clearly 3 functional reverb-settings, controlled by the other button on the mic.
I re-attached the plugs at the DVD player and selected a tune. I had music, lyrics, and my voice, with some distortion depending on my volume, and the TV's, and distance from my mouth to the mic, but it was manageable.
However! the balance between the volume of my mic, and the music from the DVD was such that I was being drowned out by the music. I could find (via manual, online Electrohome website, my little brain's theories) NO way to adjust the BALANCE between these two sound sources.
As for the DVD menu, and song selection: The music arrangements are awful. VERY disco-style, even for the Christmas Carols!! The kids songs are bad too, but not as tacky. My DVD player is old, and teeny (the TV by the way, is a pretty new Vizio VL320L), and the DVD remote is very obscure in its button assignments and descriptions --- even with DVD movies. But maybe the Karaoke disc is awkward in itself, too. So, getting from the menu, to a particular song was haphazard at best. What worked best was pressing "Go To" on my DVD remote. That produced a header that read: "01/30 ... 1/1", which turned out to mean "song #1 of 30 songs; [and] folder #1 or 1 folders". By highlighting the song number field, using the left/right arrow buttons, and then entering a number "24/30" for example, and then pressing "OK" , the song would start up. My DVD's "pause" button worked, but many other buttons did nothing except cause a hand-icon (like the hand in a crosswalk light) to show I should "stop".
Sorry to be so long winded, but I don't know what small comment might be of help to any of you. I, myself, was groping through the dark all the way. Good luck.

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Here are some things to try:
  1. Take the cd out, turn off the power, unplug the machine, plug it back in, turn on the power, put cd back in and try again.
  2. Check whether other cds play in it or if is it just this disc. Perhaps the disc is not compatible with the player. Might wanna check on that.
  3. Is the volume knob turned up?
  4. Does the mic work or is it just the cd? This will tell you if it is the disc or the machine that is not functioning properly.
  5. If no compatible disc works and the mic doesn't work and the volume is turned up, it "sounds" like the machine is defective.
Hope this helps. I'm a singer, so I wanna get you singing! Good luck.

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