I am getting a Denon AV receiver with 2.1 speakers soon, anyone can advise me how to set it up with a mic, and what kind of mic to get? I am not planning to get any karaoke sets, but will sing along with YouTube, there's lots of these "free" type of karaoke over there.
hi guys, between powerhouse, MB karaoke or teoheng ?, the touch screen panel with their copyright songs. which is better and have better libary ? any1 knew
will link to my amp and get a seperate wireless mic.
Recently thinking to set up my home karaoke system, update here to let the shifus here give comments!
Source of mv (youtube) on Apple TV HDMI to TV> Yamaha sound bar > yamaha mixer > Wireless Shure receiver > Wireless MIC + for second XLR Mic
I think it's ok la. My kids love it because of the design quite cute. The volume not crazy loud. It's pretty decent - should be ok for your room unless you use at night la then a bit too much... ALSO it's portable!!!!
I just bought a popsical Remix (waiting for delivery this week), thinking of buying a Partybox 100 or Partybox On-The-Go (OTG) The Partybox 100 seems like a better choice (with better sound) but the Party OTG comes with 2 JBL Mics and have controls for Bass, Treble, Echo.
Question: Do I set the Echo range in popsical or on the speaker? Can I use all 4 mics (2 x Popsical and 2 x JBL Mics that come free with the OTG)?
Which would you choose? Living room is not too big....and thin walls so scared of disturbing neighbour too....
I have an existing Onkyo TX-RZ730 AV Receiver with Boston Acoustics Soundware 5.1 speakers for my home theatre system. Do you think this will do for popsical.....cos the speakers are really tiny. Will this do?
Looking for a bluetooth microphone which can connect to TV by bluetooth and output the sound through TV and not the other way round like most of those bluetooth mic with speaker on sale at lazad and shopee.
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