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RSQ HD-787 320GB Hard Drive Karaoke Player

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  • Shipping Weight: 14.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002M00AS8
  • Item model number: HD-787
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,715 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 18, 2009

Product Description

Multi-Format Karaoke Player w/ 320 GB hard drive - over 40,000 song capacity.Do not waste your time searching for songs from your disk library. Just Select, Type & Copy songs to the Hard Disk of this machine.You do not need to carry 1,000 discs for a party or an event. Save your investment from scratchs & save your time. Capture CD+G, DVD, NEO+G into Hard Disk Drive. Access 40,000 + songs through the on-screen selection with keypad & remote.


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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Buffy on April 29, 2011
Finding any reviews on the RSQ HD-787 is nearly impossible, so I decided to post this:

There is more than one way to input music into this player. First you can just play CDG discs like any regular player.

OR You can store CDG discs into the hard drive (but you'll have to input the title and artist manually with the keypad remote).

OR you can create and burn a NEO disc on your computer from MP3-Gs (which is easier to input title and artists on computer keyboard than on remote) using the utility on the website. (A NEO disc holds approx 1000 songs.) Then load the NEO disc into this machine and it will have all the artists and titles on it. You can play it like that, or you can store it into the karaoke hard drive.

OR you can buy either a SATA to USB Dock, or SATA to USB Converter, and use the RSQ Util that is on a CD that comes with the karaoke machine to input song files from your computer directly into the karaoke hard drive. And you can print a song book of all the song files stored in the karaoke hard drive by using the same RSQ Util and either the USB Dock, or USB Converter, and creating a text file.

I just got this karaoke machine and although I haven't tried everything yet, I must say that finding a song is not difficult using the songlist button and choosing artist or song. I hooked it up to my 40" LCD TV and the aux input on my receiver. So far, I like it. It is far better than going through dozens of CDGs trying to find a song each time. One negative though, the manual is sorely lacking. But you can call RSQ Audio or email them (they answer emails right away) and they can help you. Oh, and this machine also stores and plays MP3s and movies, although I personally have no interest in those features.

As I said, I just got this machine a few days ago. If I have any problems, I will repost.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jim on December 16, 2010
This unit is advertised based on it being able to handle up to 40,000 songs (mine is the 1 terabyte verson) but what they don't tell you is that you have to remove the hard disk drive put it in a docking station(you will have to buy this as well) and use a special utility program.
You also must create a specially formatted text file in order transfer your songs to the hard disk drive of the HD 787. In addition to this they advertise Dual Monitors for the "professional" user. The second screen completely duplicates the first and you can not enter another singer in without shutting off the first. This unit is useless for Karaoke other than one person being the only singer.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By W. Tiu on March 14, 2012
Been looking for a karaoke system with a remote similar to the KTV style where you can enter a song by name, and this was the only one that has it.

Helpful tips/links:
- Instructions on making your own NEO-G files from your CD-G files: [...]
- To burn, use any burning software and just dump the 5 files created to the root of the DVD and then burn it.
- If you import from a NEO-G disc, you don't have to enter the title/artist anymore! (Assuming you did it on the disc)
- You cannot search with numbers or special characters in the artist or titles. Keep that in mind when you're naming songs.
- You can import VCDs and MPGs as Karaoke tracks. Therefore, if you have a songs with the original video in the background, make a VCD and then import that way. MPGs are oddly compressed. At least the ones I tried.

Pros:
- KTV style remote w/ letters
- Multiple video output formats: Component, composite, SVHS
- Multiple audio output formats: Coax, 5.1 Surround, Stereo, Optical (Toslink)
- 3 Mic ports
- Echo effect
- Reserve up to 99 songs
- Supports RSQ's proprietary NEO-G format, which is a fraction of the size of CDG, but equally as good (from what I can tell)

Cons
- No HDMI
- Tedious import process (takes about 45s to copy each song from CD to the hard drive)
- Can't search by numbers (but you can use numbers in songs... wtf?)
- No Keyboard support (entering titles/artists with the remote is annoying)
- Limited remote range. Must be within 5 feet to get the remote to recognize commands consistently.
- Randomly locks up when adding/editing/deleting songs
- TERRIBLE documentation
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Buffy on April 29, 2011
Finding any reviews on the RSQ HD-787 is nearly impossible, so I decided to post this:

There is more than one way to input music into this player. First you can just play CDG discs like any regular player. OR You can store CDG discs into the hard drive (but you'll have to input the title and artist manually with the keypad remote). OR you can create and burn a NEO DVD on your computer (which is easier to input title and artists on computer keyboard than on remote) using the utility on the website. (A NEO DVD holds approx 400 tracks on a single layer (DVD5) disc.) Then load the NEO DVD into this machine and it will have all the artists and titles on it. You can play it like that, or you can store it into the karaoke machine's hard drive. OR you can buy either a SATA to USB Dock, or SATA to USB Converter, and use the RSQ Util that is on a CD that comes with the karaoke machine to input song files from your computer directly into the karaoke hard drive. And you can print a song book of all the song files stored in the karaoke hard drive by using the same RSQ Util and either the USB Dock, or USB Converter, and creating a text file.

I just got this karaoke machine and although I haven't tried everything yet, I must say that finding a song is not difficult using the songlist button and choosing artist or song. I hooked it up to my 40" LCD TV and the aux input on my receiver. So far, I like it. It is far better than going through dozens of CDGs trying to find a song each time. One negative though, the manual is sorely lacking. But you can call RSQ Audio or email them (they answer emails right away) and they can help you. Oh, and this machine also stores and plays MP3s and movies, although I personally have no interest in those features.
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