Q&A G3

The machine itself does not come with songs.  However, you can play karaoke songs (i.e, karaoke tracks) on this machine using the following steps:

1-Find a karaoke track of your preferred song online. (Note: Karaoke tracks are available for thousands of songs through various online karaoke music services. Many are also available for free on YouTube channels such as “Sing King,” etc. These karaoke services often include lyrics.)

2-Rest your phone in the smart-device holder on the front of the machine so you can see the lyrics displayed by your selected karaoke video. (Note: Skip this step if you are using a Smart TV or tablet.)

3-Connect your smart device to the karaoke machine via Bluetooth or using an AUX cable. (Make sure your karaoke machine is in the correct mode.)

4-Play the karaoke track video from your smart device. The music should now come through the karaoke machine’s speaker.

5-Rock on!

To remove the vocals from a non-karaoke music track, simply choose your music and press the “Karaoke Mode” button.

When using both microphones simultaneously, each microphone must be set to a different frequency band. If both microphones are set to the same frequency band, the microphone audio may cut in and out.  The frequency band is represented by the letters CHA or CHB in the bottom left corner of the LED display. To change the microphone’s frequency band, hold the A-B button for one second until the desired band is reached. 

The microphone frequency band should not be confused with the microphone channel. Channel is represented on the microphone LED screen as a number from CH1 to CH8.  To cycle through possible channels, click the A-B button until the desired channel is reached. Unlike frequency bands, having both mics on the same numbered channel will not negatively impact performance.

If the battery icon is blinking, it means that the microphone batteries are low. Please make sure to charge the microphones for 6 hours before using them again.

The machine consists of two speakers totaling 15 watts (1.25 amps) of output power.

The files are sorted according to the way they are loaded onto the card. The files will be played the same way they are displayed on your computer.