The new MagicSing ET-30KH is the easiest to use All-In-One WiFi Streaming Karaoke System! Just plug in to your TV, connect to your wi-fi and start streaming songs! 12,000+ English songs are already available on the music streaming server which gets updated weekly. With its intuitive user interface and simple design, singers can easily customize melody, tune, echo, tempo and other functions for the best singing experience and performance. Accessing the song list is also available through the MagicSing App which can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play.
The MagicSing ET-30KH brings families and friends together for unlimited fun and entertainment. With over 20 years of experience in designing and manufacturing karaoke systems, EnterMedia brings you the most advanced karaoke system in the world. Grab one of these machines and have the easiest & funnest karaoke party you've ever had!
Follow these instructions to start singing anywhere with your MagicSing microphone: Instructions
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100% Recommend this product (1 of 1 responses)
December 30, 2017
The new way to do karaoke! No chips for me!
For many years my family had a magic sing mic that used the song chips. They were great for a while but the biggest issue was we could never keep up with the current songs. If there were new pop songs we wouldn't be able to get them because we'd either have to buy new chips or they were not available on chips yet. But now we've gotten this version which fixes that issue. Frequent updates to the song list gives us access to the latest music. No more song books because our family can just download the app and browse and reserve from their phones. It truly is MAGIC!
ProsFrequent updates Low annual fee for the membership Easy searching for the songs using the app Easy to reserve songs using the app Quick QR scan and it's ready
ConsThough the song list is extensive, some other specialized songs like 'religious' or Christian songs are missing from the lists.