The Bravo II packs 160 watts of power and stereo speakers into a sturdy, attractive, wood cabinet you can hand carry to your next gig. And it offers the full complement of digital Karaoke features. In addition to the shock resistant CD+G player, its tape deck allows you to record your performances at any level you choose. The Bravo II has a digital key control to raise or lower your music without changing the tempo, professional digital echo and delay to make your performances the highlight, two microphone inputs, RCA audio/video input and output jacks for expandability, even a built-in RF Modulator for TV's without RCA jacks. When you want serious Karaoke fun go for the gusto. Go with the Bravo II.
The professional, full-featured VocoPro BRAVO-Pro karaoke system is a great choice for large parties, wedding receptions, and more. In addition to the shock-resistant CDG player, the BRAVO-Pro includes a tape deck for recording performances and stereo speakers that provide 160 watts of total power. The BRAVO-Pro also features a digital key control to raise or lower your music without changing the tempo, professional digital echo and delay to make your performances the highlight, two microphone inputs, RCA audio/video input and output jacks for expandability, and a built-in RF modulator for TVs without RCA jacks.
Features and Specifications
- 80W + 80W maximum power output (160W total)
- Built-in cassette player to play and record live mixes
- 19-step digital key controller
- Professional digital echo with digital delay controls
- Bass and treble controls
- Remote control
- 2 video inputs and 1 video output
- Built-in RF video output
- 3 audio input with pre-out and record-out
- External speaker jacks for a wider sound field
- NTSC/PAL switchable for both US and European TV systems
- 110V/220V switchable
- Dimensions: 17 x 15-1/2 x 6 inches (LxWxH)
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.