Are you looking for the best karaoke gadget to enhance your singing abilities? Here, you will find some of the karaoke gadgets that will help you in giving the best singing performance and getting fame.
1. Lucky Voice:
Lucky Voice’s set comes with a mic and a promise to do away with CDs and lyrics booklets. Subscribe to their app – each kit comes with a month’s free subscription, but you’ll need to pay thereafter – where you’ll then have unlimited access to 8,000 songs that can be streamed through computers, phones or tablets. Take inspiration from the included playlists, or use the random button to choose a song. The box comes with cables to link the small machine to your computer/device, so your dulcet tones will be heard loud and clear.
2. Singtrix Karaoke Studio Console:
If you’re convinced that a career in mime might be more appropriate for your vocal skills this slick piece of karaoke kit might have you behind the mic once more. Until now reserved for higher grade studio kit the Singtrix offers up live vocal effects that enhance your audio emissions and can correct your pitch. There will indeed be those beyond assistance but even they can entertain with the harmonies that can create back-up singers at the touch of a button.
3. iRig Microphone:
For those not looking to make too serious a dent in their finances, this decent quality, if basic, mic could be the answer. At just shy of £20, it plugs into most smartphones and tablets and can be used for karaoke, simply singing along or delivering your views. There’s an app – for IOS and Android – to turn your device into a recording suite and perfect any recordings before they’re shared with the wider world, as well as a headphone jack so any bum notes are quickly picked up on.
4. Singing Machine STVG785 LCD Karaoke Machine:
Introducing the one-box sing-a-long solution, this could add an entirely new dimension to the world of busking we believe. Set-up and let punters sing to the gathered crowd and, for the pleasure of doing so they pay you – just a thought. This set-up includes a trio of discs, one for the kids and a pair containing more classic tunes. The on-screen lyrics are clear enough to read on the seven-inch LCD screen and there’s a controller for the decent enough light-show build-in. We can’t help think that if you sing too hard into it however it might well implode. Best in show for the one-box lot anyway look a lot like a shop front in Kabukicho.
There’s a lot of fun to be had with the SelfieMic. Attached to an innocuous selfie stick is a microphone enabling any humming and pop star impersonations to be blasted out to a crowd, or recorded for posterity. The mic can be used alongside an app — the manufacturers recommend the Starmaker — so you can gather a group, sing along to tracks (the words will appear on your screen), record and then, if feeling brave, share the recording socially. It’s compatible with smartphones up to the size of an iPhone 6 Plus.
6. LG LOUDR FH6 wireless Megasound:
Stood on end it has the look of a two decision traffic light, laid flat it takes on a top-of-futuristic-cop-car appearance. Whichever way you prefer it looks menacing enough to create some wall movement and with 600 W of power it can. Built-in lighting offers over sixty illumination options, pulsing along to the audio output. Connect your Karaoke app connected device over Bluetooth and connect up a compatible microphone and turn yourself up to 11.
7. BLUE Yeti Professional Microphone:
Here’s one for perfectionists. Looking like an old-fashioned radio mic, this USB device records audio that can then be uploaded to a computer so you can hear the fruits of your labour. By selecting one of the four modes, the microphone will pick up sound from different areas for an optimal recording, so the cardioid function will take sound directly in front of it, while the omnidirectional mode records equally from all directions making it suitable for any live recordings. If singing’s not your forte, the mic is also great for taping podcasts.