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Yes, Singing Machines include a 90-day warranty from the date of purchase, provided the item was purchased from an authorized distributor/retailer. Proof of purchase is necessary for any repair or replacement.
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Normally, Singing Machine products include a 90-day warranty when purchased from an authorized retailer or distributor. If purchased from an unauthorized party the warranty may be void or expired. Please read the warranty information included with your purchase carefully or click here to view our Warranty Information on-line. Please contact our Customer Service Department via email at email@example.com or at our toll free phone number (866) 670-6888 for specific information.
Normally a retailer can provide a copy of a receipt. If you are still unable to provide a receipt for your merchandise it would automatically be considered out of warranty.
Unfortunately when you registered your item the following information was posted “please keep a copy of the receipt/proof of purchase as it is required to obtain service within the 90-day warranty”.
We recommend contacting the gift giver for a copy of the receipt if purchased within the 90-day manufacturers warranty period. If you are still unable to provide a receipt for your merchandise it would automatically be considered out of warranty.
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Please note: proof of purchase within the 90-day manufacturers warranty is necessary to supply missing accessories.
Most CD+G karaoke discs, purchased at a retail store or down loaded with scrolling lyrics from our SMC Karaoke Manager will play and display lyrics.You can download the manager Clicking Here.
Place a CD+Graphics (karaoke disc) in the CD compartment of your Singing Machine Karaoke System.
Insure your Singing Machine is in CD+G function. Connect the RCA cords included with your purchase as described below:
• The RCA cords include two plugs on opposite ends of each cord (yellow, red and white). Yellow is for a video connection, red and white are for audio connections (sound). The red and white cords can also be connected to your TV or stereo for additional audio.
• Connect the yellow cord (video) to the video out jack (normally located on the back or side panel of your karaoke system)
• Connect the opposite end of the yellow (video) cord to the video in jack on your TV
Press play on your Singing Machine and lyrics should appear on your TV screen.
For more detailed instructions, please view your instruction manual titled “MAKING THE CONNECTIONS”
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Please click on our “Instruction Manual” tab under the “Customer Service” drop-down on our main menu bar. Click on your model # to download the PDF file. In order to view the manual you will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer.
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Tapping or dropping the microphone while it is ON can permanently damage your microphone. Resist the urge to swing the microphone around by the cord.
We do not offer internal components for our merchandise.
I need one of the following items replaced:
Power adaptor/power cord
Musical instrument parts
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The Glossary of Terms in my manual lists several features that are not on my machine. Why?
The features listed in the Glossary of Terms may not necessarily pertain to the particular model that you have. These terms are listed in all manuals to familiarize you with the world of Karaoke.
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You can download the SMC Karaoke Manager here. Please note that the SMC Karaoke Manager is software that allows you to manage SMC karaoke files on Microsoft Windows computers
Please refer to our Download Songs & Create CD+G Tutorial to answer any questions. If problems persist, please contact our customer service hotline (866) 670-6888 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to all of the terminology associated with consumer electronic products, a few additional terms are used almost exclusively in karaoke. These terms are meant to familiarize you with the world of Karaoke. The features listed below may not necessarily pertain to the particular Singing Machine system that you have. The following are some brief explanations of karaoke terms.
This is an acronym for Compact Disc plus Graphics. You will also see variations CD+G and CD+Graphics. This is a regular CD with information stored on a data track simultaneous to music. In laymen’s terms, CDG has a video output for simple graphics (not full motion video). In the case of karaoke, the graphics function is used to store song lyrics, and display the lyrics in synch with the music. In most cases, CDG software displays lyrics, which change color as they are to be sung. A regular television is all that is required to display CDG lyrics.
When the AVC function is activated, the vocals on a multiplex recording are eliminated as soon as the singer begins singing into the microphone. When the singer stops singing, the vocals on the multiplex recording are automatically re-activated. This useful function is used primarily during practice sessions while a singer is learning a song. Please note that the AVC function only works with multiplex recordings and not with standard audio recordings.
Echo adds depth and resonance to a singer’s voice. This echo is produced by creating minor controlled feedback in the singer’s voice. The echo function does not affect the music.
Adjusts music to your vocal range.
A Multiplex allows you to separate the vocals and music by using the balance control on your Singing Machine Karaoke System.
This function controls pitch of music by controlling the speed at which a cassette tape plays back. By increasing the speed of the tape, the music sounds higher (sharp). By slowing the tape speed, the music sounds lower (flat).
Use your Karaoke Singing Machine with other audio/visual components.
To use your karaoke system as an amplifier.
Polyphony is a texture consisting of two or more independent melodic voices, as opposed to music with just one voice (monophony) or music with one dominant melodic voice accompanied by chords (homophony).
In music and music theory a chord is three or more different notes that are played simultaneously, or near-simultaneously.
A melody, also tune, voice, or line, is a series of linear events or a succession, not a simultaneity as in a chord. However, this succession must contain change of some kind and be perceived as a single entity (possibly Gestalt) to be called a melody.
In Western music, harmony is the use and study of pitch simultaneity, and therefore chords, actual or implied, in music. The study of harmony may often refer to the study of harmonic progressions, the movement from one pitch simultaneity to another, and the structural principles that govern such progressions.
Singing Machine Home™ streams video through the Internet. Usage fees from your internet provider may apply. A minimum of 5.0 Mbps Internet download speed is recommended for HD quality Karaoke video streaming. Consult your ISP for information on bandwidth.
- Go to settings on the Play side of the machine and check for updates.
– Make sure the batteries have sufficient charge.
– Insure that the volume is not set all the way down.
Follow the steps below to play regular MP3 music on the following karaoke system models SDL366, SDL9030DB, or ISM1060BT:
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