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USB Karaoke Mute-Mic for Wii

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on April 7th, 2010

Remember that muzzle-like mic we told you about wayyyy back in March of last year? Looks like you can finally buy one. And if you have a voice that sounds like screeching humping monkeys, you’ll need it.

This mic absorbs all of your awful singing so you won’t disturb anyone else, while letting you sing at the top of your lungs. Pre-orders for the USB Karaoke Mute-Mic at Japan Trend Shop will cost you $80. It will also work with Windows XP and Vista.

Epson EH-DM3 karaoke projector

Posted in Projectors by Conner Flynn on September 4th, 2009

Epson EH-DM3 karaoke projectorEpson’s EH-DM3 is an all-in-one portable karaoke projector that will have you singing at the party. It arrives in November for £579 and the unit will play from USB, HDMI, PC, TV tuner, digital cameras and MP3 players. It also features an integrated slot for DVDs and a microphone jack so you can shatter glass and make cats yowl in pain.

Some other features include 2 x 10W built-in speakers, carry handle, 3000:1 contrast and 2000 lumens of brightness.

Lucky Voice Karaoke Party Box turns your computer into a Karaoke machine

Posted in Karaoke by Conner Flynn on March 30th, 2009

Lucky Voice Karaoke Party BoxThe Lucky Voice Karaoke Party Box plugs into your computer and turns it into a full featured Karaoke machine. Let the party begin. It’s been far too long since your neighbors banged on your wall and it’s been at least six months since the cops showed up to find you in a feather boa singing “Girls Just Want To Have Fun”.

It comes with a year’s subscription to the LuckyVoice.com Karaoke service which has 6000 songs with lyrics just waiting on you. The box comes with echo and sockets for two microphones.

Wii Karaoke just got weirder

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on March 16th, 2009

Wii Karaoke just got weirderAre your walls paper thin? Driving the family crazy with your voice? Is your singing voice causing your pets to moan and drop dead? No worries. This microphone peripheral named “Urusakunai Kara OK!” (Not Noisy Kara OK!) lets Wii owners sing their hearts out in Hudson’s Karaoke JOYSOUND Wii game.

The Wii is known for weird peripherals, but this may be the strangest yet. You may be singing into it, but it looks like you are getting gassed at the dentist’s office in the 60’s.

Tomy Hi-Kara portable Karaoke box

Posted in Karaoke by Conner Flynn on December 23rd, 2008

Tomy Hi-Kara portable Karaoke boxThe Japanese love gadgets. They love Karaoke even more. It’s almost as if Karaoke keeps Godzilla from attacking. Probably because his ears can’t take it. If that’s the case, they have another salvo in their Godzilla war. The Hi-Kara portable karaoke machine from Tomy. You get a 2.4″ LCD display that dsplays the song’s lyrics, while a headset can be used by a pair of singers at the same time.

All of the songs will need to be downloaded onto a proprietary cartridge from the Hi-Kara website though, so that limit the number of duets that you can actually perform. The Hi-Kara portable karaoke device will retail for about $180. Available in white or pink colors.

Sega’s Disco Ball Karaoke Machine connects to cellphones

Posted in Karaoke by Conner Flynn on November 25th, 2008

Sega’s Disco Ball Karaoke Machine connects to cellphonesIt’s time to get that Polyester out of the closet that you’ve been hanging onto for the past 30 years. Might as well put on the platform shoes too. While you’re at it, renew your crush on Olivia Newton John. Your time has come again Disco Stu.

This Sega Hitokara karaoke machine has two interesting features. it’s connected to a cloud-based database of 43,000 songs via cellphone and it’s got a spinning, light-up mirrored disco ball. ZOMG. It’s for those who love the night life and love to boogie. It will make you the new Dirk Diggler of Karaoke. Assuming of course that you really really love karaoke and disco lighting.