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Karaoke Machine with huge library

Posted By: karaokebiz

Date: Thu, 1 Oct 2009

Price: -

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It is time to bring Karaoke back to your home!


Brand new DVD MIDI/DVD/CD G/VCD/CD/MP-3 Karaoke Machine (Model M-688) by France technology. Huge video library with 50,000 songs. You can simply hookup this machine to any of your existing Mini-combo or HIFI system via RCA L/R connection without the needs of extra karaoke amplifier/speakers.


Machine comes with 2 microphone inputs and 2 DVD-MIDI discs and 2 nice Hard Copy songbooks.


Features
-About 50,000 MIDI songs in one disc, including more than 4,500 Vocal songs;
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-Superior sound quality. Can enjoy high quality 5.1CH digital surround from DTS or Dolby Digital disc;
-Can search songs by song No., Singers, letters, word of the song and TV screen menu;
-Compatible with MIDI, DVD, DVD R, DVD RW, SVCD, VCD, CD, MP3, CD-R, CD-RW, JPEG Discs
-Chinese Songs have Pinyin feature (English) lyrics on screen along with chinese characters.
-On screen song search Function during karaoke playback.
-Automatic Voice Cancel and Scoring system.
-Digital master volume and Echo control.
-Dual Microphone Inputs with Volume Control.
-DVD Player specifications:
.High Video resolution and outstanding audio quality(10bit,27MHz Video DAC)
.Dolby Digital AC-3/5.1 Channel Decoder(24bit,192KHz Audio DAC)
.5.1 CH/2CH Down mix.
.Progressive Scan DVD Video output(480P)
.Coaxial and Optical Digital Audio Outputs.
.Super Video Output,Component(Y,Cb,Cr)Output,Composite Output.
.Region Free(Code Free).
-Universal 110V-230VAC 50/60Hz electrical.
-New library release disc every 6-9 months
-1 Year warranty
-Home Delivery included


Price: SGD568


You can also get two Professional Wireless Microphones with very good voice coil from USA (Price SGD100)


Interested one can call me at 97846580 or email at [email protected]




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