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Singing Machine ISM1010 Home Karaoke System

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  • Professional-quality pedestal-style karaoke system for the home with CDG player and iPod dock
  • Speaker built into pedestal plus two tower-style speakers for 14 watts of total power
  • 7-inch color LCD screen for following lyrics or watching iPod video
  • AM/FM radio with digital tuner; auto voice control; balance and echo controls; headphone jack
  • Includes 2 microphones (wired and wireless) and sampler disc
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Product Description

Product Description

You will be singing the night away with the ISM1010 from Singing Machine. Home karaoke has never been so good. This pedestal design karaoke player features a built in iPod dock for quickly syncing and recalling your tunes to play or sing along to at any moment. The 7 inch color display is easy to read and the built in video camera gives you the opportunity to view yourself on screen, perfect for those young starlets who want to practice their moves! Product Description

Pump out the sing-along jams at home just like at your favorite karaoke establishment with the professional quality Singing Machine ISM1010 pedestal-style karaoke system, which features a 7-inch color LCD screen, built-in video camera, iPod dock, and AM/FM radio. And with the speaker built into the pedestal and two tower stereo speakers (7W + 7W for 14 total Watts of power), you'll be able to fill any room with karaoke fun or pumping party music.

The pedestal-style ISM1010 karaoke system with tower speakers.
iPod Compatibility
  • 5G iPod video (60GB & 80GB)
  • 5G iPod & U2 iPod video (30GB)
You can sing the lyrics from the 7-inch color monitor on the pedestal, or with its video and audio outputs you can hook it up to any TV or sound system. It also has an integrated video camera so you can watch yourself perform live on the monitor or your TV.

The ISM1010 includes a top-loading CD/CDG player that lets you easily swap CDs so that your karaoke party doesn't slow down. Its iPod dock is compatible with video-enabled iPods (see left for compatibility) and it allows you to play back your entire music library (not compatible with karaoke lyric playback) as well as play video content on the widescreen LCD monitor.

The ISM1010 also includes an AM/FM radio with digital tuner, and you can sing along with songs on the radio using either the included wired or wireless microphone. Adjust the master volume and the mic volume to the right level and your voice will be combined with the radio through the speakers. You can also use the ISM1010 as a PA. This karaoke system has two microphones--great for duets. Other features include balance and echo control, auto voice control, and a headphone jack for private listening and previewing. It comes with a free CDG music sampler to get you started.

What's in the Box
Karaoke machine (model ISM1010), wired microphone, wireless microphone, AC adapter, RCA cables, iPod adapters, sampler disc, instruction manual

Tech Talk

CDG: An acronym for Compact Disc plus 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.

Echo: Produced by creating minor controlled feedback in the singer's voice, echo adds depth and resonance. The echo function does not affect the music.

Auto Voice Control (AVC): 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.

Multiplex: A Multiplex allows you to separate the vocals and music by using the balance control on your Singing Machine Karaoke System.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 34 x 14.8 x 24.5 inches ; 26 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 36.6 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Item model number: ISM1010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,667 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at January 24, 2004

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Having researched Karaoke equipment for the last month or so, I very quickly discovered that there really wasn't the burgeoning market that I thought there would be. A few different manufacturers make a few different level of machines from Kiddie / Consumer Grade to Prosumer / Professional. This particular machine falls into the latter category. It's definitely Prosumer / Professional without doubt.

Having used and messed with most of the VocoPro equipment and EnterTech all-in-one microphones, while they are good, they really don't come close. The problem with the Entertech Mics, is the quality of the actual mic which isn't that great and most of the electronics within the mic, including the song chip leaves you with a really sub-standard sound. Replacing the song chip is semi-expensive to boot, almost half the price of the mic, if you want to add songs. And you WILL want to add songs. The mic is very 'un-dynamic' to put it lightly.

The VocoPro equipment is just plain hit or miss. You may end up going the route so many have with Vocopro and returning faulty equipment that is suspect. Reading the reviews, one quickly discovers A LOT of malfunctioning equipment plaguing the brand. When you drop close to five hundred bucks, I think that's the last thing you want to do. There are undoubtedly some very satisfied Vocopro customers out there, without doubt, but I think they're fewer than the unsatisfied.
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After borrowing a friend's karaoke machine for a party in June 2010 and seeing what a hit it was, I had to buy my own. Soooo I researched and found what I thought was the perfect karaoke machine for my friends. It arrived quickly, within a couple of days of ordering it. The instructions were simple. I had it put together and hooked to my entertainment center in less than 30 minutes. But then ran into some problems. It has three total speakers, two side speakers and one connected to the machine itself. When the two side speakers were plugged in the main speaker stopped working and only one of the side speakers would work. When the side speakers were unplugged the main speaker worked... HMMMM frustrating to say the least. I ended up just unplugging the two speakers and using my home entertainment system. My friends love the fact that you can watch yourself on tv as you sing. It plays radio and you can view tv shows on the small screen. You can display lyrics on the small screen and your image on the tv screen. We opted for the lyrics on both screens and hardly used the camera lens, as it was too distracting to most of my guests. The microphones worked so so. Most people preferred the cordless of course so they could dance around the room. I agree with the other reviewers that the mics aren't very good quality. Some of my friends felt like they had to kiss the mics to make their voices heard. You also have the option of adjusting the sound quality and notes for your entertainers, a little too high tech for some folks. Overall I give it a 3 because it was fun, just not as high quality as you'd expect for so much money. I hope it lasts for all the parties I plan on hosting.
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The Singing Machine ISM1010 Home Karaoke System is a quality machine that comes with everything one needs to have a great entertaining party. First, it was easy to install-a mere 20 minutes or less to set it up from unpacking to assembly with just a screw driver. The instruction was easy to follow, with markers on the parts to guide one along. Second, it came with two microphones-wireless and wired. This allows two singers to merge their talents together. The sound from the two towers of five speakers each came out great. Third, the machine is flexible. If one prefer, the machine could be connected to a TV monitor, DVD player, or iPOD. Fourth, the color monitor is easier on the eye than black-and-white ones. Fifth, the price was not exorbitant for a system of this quality. Above all, the prompt free shipping was the best surprise of all-less than three days from the date of purchase.
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Was easy to setup, and looks great, and sounded great. My first ISM1010 broke in about 2 hours, where the control panel just completely cut off, and wouldn't cut back on. I figured it was just bad luck, so I exchanged it for a new one from Amazon, who had one at my doorstep in two days (nice). I had the second one plugged into my electronic line conditioner to protect it from possible power surges. Well, the second unit only lasted for 3 songs, before I heard a pop, and smelled smoke (burning plastic), so I rushed to unplug it in case it might catch fire. Sad.

In summary, we had a blast with it while it lasted, and it'd be an *awesome* unit if it was more durable, BUT it is poorly built. Sorry, but I've never experienced an electronic unit with such a short lifespan...where two units only lasted about 2 hours combined.
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