TM
SDL485BK/SDL485W
REMIX
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
www.singingmachine.com
The Singing Machine® is a registered trademark of The Singing Machine Co., Inc.
Warnings
FCC WARNING: This equipment may generate or use radio frequency
energy. Changes or modifications to this equipment may cause harmful
interference unless the modifications are expressly approved in the
instruction manual. The user could lose the authority to operate this
equipment if an unauthorized change or modification is made.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The Caution marking is located on the bottom panel.
DANGEROUS VOLTAGE: The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the
user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within
the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
ATTENTION: The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions
in the literature accompanying this product.
DRIPPING WARNING: This product shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing, and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed
on the product.
VENTILATION WARNING: The normal ventilation of the product shall not be
impeded for intended use.
SAFETY VERIFICATION: This device is made and tested to meet safety
standards of the FCC, requirements and compliance with safety
performance of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and
also with FDA Radiation Performance Standards 21 CFR Subchapter.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF
PLUG TO WIDE SLOT AND FULLY INSERT.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
The rating information is located at the back of the unit.
INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE:
This device complies with Industry Canada Iicense-exempt RSS standard(s).
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference, including interference that
may cause undesired operation of the device.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables
aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux
deux conditions suivantes : (1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage,
et (2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique
subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le
fonctionnement.
CAN ICES-3(B)/NMB-3(B)
Important Safety Information
1.
2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Read these Instructions.
Keep these Instructions.
Heed all Warnings.
Follow all Instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in accordance
with the Manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or groundingtype plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than
the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided
for your safety. When the provided plug does not fit into your
outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete
outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket,
or table specified by the manufacturer, or
sold with the apparatus. When a cart is
used, use caution when moving the cart/
apparatus combination to avoid injury from
tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning
storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is
required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such
as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled
or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.
15. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
expose this apparatus to rain or moisture. Do not place objects
filled with water, such as a vase, on the apparatus.
16. The AC mains plug is used as the power disconnect device and
it should remain readily accessible and operable during intended
use. In order to completely disconnect the apparatus from
power, the mains plug should be completely removed from the
AC outlet socket.
17. CAUTION: To reduce the risk of fire or explosion, do not expose
batteries to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or other
heat sources.
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Included
Please make sure the following items are included.
Main Unit
Wired Microphone
Singing Machine Flash Drive
Cradle
AC Adapter
Manual
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Location of Controls (Front/Side)
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1. Cradle
2. MASTER VOLUME
Control
3. Lights
4. Power Indicator
5. ON/OFF Button
6. FUNCTION Button
7. LIGHTS Button
8. MIC VOL + Button
9. RECORD n Button
10. ECHO – Button
11. MIC VOL – Button
12. ECHO + Button
13. Function Indicator
14. SMC USB Slot
15. SD Card Slot (for
Record only)
16. LINE IN Jack
17. PAIR Button
18. MIC 1 Jack
19. Bluetooth Indicator
20. MIC 2 Jack
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21. VOCAL Button
22. MENU Button
23. Mic Holders
24. Navigation UP 5
Button
25. ENTER/
Button
26. Navigation RIGHT 
Button
27. Navigation DOWN 
Button
28. Navigation LEFT 
Button
Location of Controls (Rear)
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1. HDMI Jack
2. DC IN Jack
1. Right Tower Speaker Jack
2. Left Tower Speaker Jack
3. AC Power Cord
4. HDMI Jack
5. LINE IN Jack
Location of Controls (Playback Display)
Song Title
Song
Elapsed Time
Song
Total Time
Playback Status
Current
Playlist
Lead Vocal Status
Record
Status
Master Volume: 0-20
Echo Control: 0-8
Mic Volume: 0-8
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Connection
Connecting the Microphone(s)
Microphones:
Connect a microphone into MIC 1 Jack u
as well as MIC 2 Jack v (when desired)
located at the side of the unit.
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2
Note:
Do not drop or tap the Mic as damage to
the Mic or speakers may occur. Do not
twirl the microphone by the cord as it will
cause damage to the encased wiring.
Connection
Connecting the Unit to a TV
To output the video, lyrics and
audio to your TV, perform the
following steps:
HDMI Jack (Out)
Rear of External TV
HDMI Jack (In)
HDMI IN
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2
HDMI Cable
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Plug the HDMI cable (not included)
into the HDMI Jack on the back of
the unit. Plug the other end of the
HDMI cable into the HDMI input
on your TV.
Notes:
• This unit can be used with or
without a TV, but it is highly
recommended to use a TV in
order to utilize all the features.
• Also refer to the TV’s or external
unit’s User Guide.
Connection
Connecting to AC Power
Insert the small end of the AC
adapter into the DC IN Jack on
the rear of the unit. Insert the
other end (with the 2 blades) into
a conveniently located AC outlet
having 120V AC, 60Hz.
Note:
Make all connections before
connecting to AC power.
Connecting to LINE IN Jack
To External Unit
AUDIO OUTPUT
/ HEADPHONE JACK
Connect an external device
by using an appropriate cable
(3.5mm audio cable not included)
as shown.
LINE IN
Note:
See page 23 to select and use the
LINE IN function.
Connecting the Cradle
Insert Cradle by gently sliding it
downward while lining up the pins
of the Cradle with the holes on
the top of the unit.
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Singing Machine USB Flash Drive
Included with the system is a
Singing Machine USB Flash
Drive which is used for storing
Karaoke songs as well as
recordings from this unit.
There are two songs included on
the Singing Machine USB Flash
Drive but you can access the
Karaoke Store for many more
songs. Just follow the Welcome
Kit Instructions!
Inserting the USB Flash Drive or an SD Card
Before you insert the Singing
Machine USB Flash Drive, make
sure to remove it from its stand
which will reveal the USB plug.
Insert it into the USB slot on the
unit with the face towards the
top of the unit. If you would like
to have more memory capacity
for the recording function, you
can insert an SD Card with up to
32 GB (not included) to store the
recorded files as well.
Note:
If both an SD Card and a USB
Flash Drive are inserted, the unit
will automatically record onto the
SD card.
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Karaoke Store
PC Installation
The Karaoke Store application can be installed on Microsoft Windows computers running
Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 or higher. The Karaoke Store application requires
connection to the Internet (a high-speed connection is recommended).
1
Insert the Singing Machine USB
Flash Drive into a powered USB
slot on your computer.
2
Double click the file named,
“Karaoke_Store_Win_Setup”.
3
Follow the online instructions to install the
software on your computer.
4
After installing, open your Program’s folder
and open the Karaoke Store file (in the
computer’s Application folder).
5
Double click Karaoke Store to
open the software.
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On this page you can now
sign up and enter your code
for 10 free downloads and
then download them to your
computer and/or USB drive for
playing on your new Singing
Machine!
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Karaoke Store
Mac Installation
The Karaoke Store application can be installed on Apple Macintosh computers running OS X
10.8 and higher. The Karaoke Store application requires connection to the Internet (a highspeed connection is recommended).
1
Insert the Singing Machine USB
Flash Drive into a powered USB
slot on your computer.
2
Double click the file named,
“Karaoke_Store_Mac_Setup.pkg”.
3
Follow the online instructions
to install the software on your
computer.
4
After installing, open your
Program’s folder and open the
Stingray Karaoke Store file (in the
computer’s Application folder).
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Double click Karaoke Store App
to open the software.
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On this page you can now
sign up and enter your code
for 10 free downloads and
then download them to your
computer and/or USB drive for
playing on your new Singing
Machine!
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Operation
Light Mode
1
To turn ON the lights, press the
LIGHTS button. Press again to turn
the lights OFF.
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Operation
Playing Songs from the USB
1
Connect the unit as described
previously; it should be connected to
a TV (see page 5). Press the ON/OFF
button to turn the unit ON; the Power
indicator will light.
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2
Remove the provided Singing
Machine flash drive from its stand to
reveal the USB plug. Insert it into the
USB slot on the
unit so it faces
upward.
Note:
The Singing Machine flash drive has an
8GB capacity (the actual capacity may
vary slightly).
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The USB mode will be selected by
default; press the ENTER
button
to enter the USB mode; the Function
indicator will light blue. You can also
repeatedly press the FUNCTION
button until the Function indicator
lights blue to select the USB mode.
Notes:
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• The USB mode cannot be accessed
until a flash drive is inserted.
• The function mode will switch to the
Bluetooth mode automatically when
there is no flash drive inserted.
• A loading icon will appear on the
external screen when the system is
loading the songs.
Operation
Playing Songs from the USB (Continued)
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Use the Navigation  Up and 
Down buttons to navigate through
the list of songs that you have
previously downloaded on your USB.
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Press the ENTER
button to start
the playback. The HD karaoke video
will play on the external screen.
Press the ENTER
button during
playback to pause the song.
Note:
Press the MENU button at any time to go
back to the song list menu.
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Adjust the volume to a comfortable
level using the MASTER VOLUME
control.
Note:
If connected to a TV, also control the
volume with the TV’s volume control.
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7
Connect the microphone(s) as shown
on page 5. Slide the Mic’s ON/OFF
switch to the ON position.
8
Adjust the MIC VOL +/- buttons as
desired. Increasing this will increase
the volume of the connected
microphone(s).
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Operation
Playing Songs from the USB (Continued)
9
Press ECHO +/- buttons to add an
echo effect to your voice. The higher
the number, the more echo effect.
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VOCAL: To sing with the lead
singer on the recording press the
VOCAL button; “ ” will appear
at the top right of the TV screen).
To listen to music only, press
the VOCAL button again; “
” will appear over the Lead Vocal
Status icon.
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Note:
The song must be recorded with separate
vocals that is downloaded (aka multiplex
recording) in order to utilize the Lead
Vocal function.
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SKIP: Advance or go back
one track by pressing the
Navigation Right or  Left
button.
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TO ADVANCE ON THE TRACK:
During playback, press and hold
the Navigation Right or Left
 button to move forward or
backward. When you release
the button, normal playback will
resume.
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Operation
Playing Songs from the USB (Continued)
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RECORDING YOUR SINGING:
To record your singing as well as the
music, press the RECORD n button;
recording will begin and the record
icon at the top right corner of the
monitor will display red.
When done recording, press the
RECORD n button again; the Record
icon will stop blinking red.
Notes:
• If an SD card is installed, the recorded audio
file will record on it. If no SD card is present,
the recorded audio file will record onto the
USB drive.
•The recorded audio file will be named
starting with the Karaoke song title.
•See page 21 to play back your recorded files.
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SEARCHING BY ARTIST OR TITLE:
While in the USB menu, select Search
using the Navigation Left and
 Right buttons, then press the
ENTER
button. The alphabet
will appear at the bottom of the TV
screen. Select the desired starting
letter using the MASTER VOLUME
control, then press the ENTER
button to select it. A list of songs
that meet the criteria will appear. Use
the Navigation  Up and  Down
buttons to navigate through the list
of songs, then press the ENTER
button to play your selection, or
select the next letter the same way.
Notes:
• You can search up to six letters; after the
sixth letter the search will reset.
• Press the MENU button at any time to exit
the search or go back to the song list.
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Operation
Playing Songs from the USB (Continued)
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SEARCHING BY GENRE, ARTIST
or TITLE: To filter by Genre, Artist
or Title, select the Genre, Artist, or
Title using the Navigation  left
and  right buttons, then press the
ENTER
button. The alphabet
will appear at the bottom of the TV
screen; select the desired starting
letter using the MASTER VOLUME
control, then press the ENTER
button to select it. A list of songs
that meet the criteria will appear. Use
the Navigation  Up and  Down
buttons to navigate through the list
of songs then press the ENTER
button to play your selection, or
select the next letter the same way.
Notes:
• You can search up to six letters; after the
sixth letter the search will reset.
• Press the MENU button at any time to exit
the search or go back to the song list.
Add
Added
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CREATING THE PLAYLIST: To create a
personalized playlist, select a song using
the Navigation  Up and  Down
buttons, then scroll to the Playlist
column (Add) using the Navigation
 Right or  Left button. Press the
ENTER
button to confirm the
operation; “Added” will appear. Repeat
this step to add more songs.
Notes:
• The personalized Playlist will be kept even if
the unit is turned ON and OFF.
• You can always edit your Playlist after you
create it by selecting a song that was added
and pressing the ENTER
button again;
“Added” will change to “Add”.
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Operation
Playing Songs from the USB (Continued)
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USING THE PLAYLIST: To play your
previously created playlist, select Playlist
using the Navigation  Right and 
Left buttons, then press the ENTER
button; the row under Playlist will be
highlighted. Select the desired selection
using the Navigation  Right and 
Left buttons as follows:
TO PLAY ALL: Select Play All and then
press the ENTER
button to play
back all of the Playlist songs. (See next
page to add favorites.)
PRIORITY:
a. Select priority and then navigate down
to the song you want to prioritize.
b. Press the Navigation  Right button
and the numbers will change to 0001,
0002 etc. According to the numbers
displayed the songs will be listed in that
order from top to bottom.
c. After setting all songs on your priority
list press the MENU button then the play
list will be highlighted.
d. Use the Navigation  Down button
to select the first song and press the
ENTER
button to start the playback
of all songs on the play list
e. To change the Priority list, navigate up
and down to select the songs you want
to play in the order you desire.
REMOVE: Select Remove and then
select a song to remove using the
Navigation  Up and  Down buttons.
Press the ENTER
button; the song
will be deleted from the playlist.
RM ALL: To remove the whole Playlist,
select RM ALL and then press the
ENTER
button; the whole Playlist
will be deleted.
Operation
Playing Songs from the USB (Continued)
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<PLAY ALL>
<PRIORITY>
<RM ALL>
<REMOVE>
CREATING FAVORITES: To create a
favorite playlist, select a song using
the Navigation  Up and  Down
buttons, then scroll to the Favorite
column using the Navigation  Right
or  Left button. Press the ENTER
button to confirm the operation; the
icon will turn from white to blue. Repeat
this step to add more songs.
Notes:
• The Favorites will be stored even if the unit is
turned ON and OFF.
• You can always edit Favorites after you create
them by selecting a song that was added and
pressing the ENTER
button again; the
icon will change from blue to white.
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USING THE FAVORITE PLAYLIST:
To play or edit your previously created
Favorite playlist, you can use the
Navigation  Right and  Left
buttons to select the Favorite tag.
Then press the ENTER
button to
show the favorites list. Perform the
same steps as shown in the USING THE
PLAYLIST section on the previous page
to play and edit the Favorite playlist.
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Press the ON/OFF button to turn the
unit OFF.
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Operation
Using a Bluetooth Device
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2
Connect the unit as described previously.
Press the ON/OFF button to turn the
unit ON; the Power indicator will light.
Press the Navigation Right or  Left
button to select the Bluetooth mode,
then press the ENTER
button; the
Function indicator will light yellow. You
can also repeatedly press the FUNCTION
button to select the Bluetooth mode. The
Bluetooth indicator will blink to show the
unit is ready to pair and “Please connect
your Music Device” will appear in the
monitor.
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Please connect your Music Device
Your Music Device is connected
Turn on your device’s Bluetooth option
in settings to search for a discoverable
device with a Bluetooth signal. Select
“Singing Machine” from the device
results on the Bluetooth menu.
Notes:
• Always refer to the user manual of your
Bluetooth device for detailed instructions.
• You can also press the PAIR button to
disconnect any paired devices in order to
pair another device.
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The Bluetooth indicator will light solid,
a tone will sound and the monitor will
display ”Your Music Device is connected”.
Notes:
•If your Bluetooth device prompts you for a
passcode during the pairing process, please
enter “0000” to connect.
• On some Bluetooth devices, once pairing is
complete, select your Bluetooth device as
“Use as Audio Device” or similar.
•If connection is lost after successful pairing,
check to make sure the distance between
speaker and Bluetooth-enabled device does
not exceed 30 ft/10 meters.
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Operation
Using a Bluetooth Device (Continued)
Note: You can view the lyrics on your mobile device/tablet and get more songs by
downloading the “The Singing Machine Mobile Karaoke App ”; refer to the Welcome Kit for
full app download instructions and to get your free song downloads.
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You can control your Bluetooth device
to start the music playback OR press the
ENTER
button to start playback.
Press the ENTER
button during
playback to pause the song.
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Adjust the volume to a comfortable level
using the MASTER VOLUME control on
this unit as well as the Volume on your
Bluetooth device.
Note:
If connected to a TV, you can adjust the TV’s
volume as well.
7
Connect the microphone(s) as shown on
page 5. Slide the Mic’s ON/OFF switch to
the ON position.
8
Adjust the MIC VOL +/- buttons as
desired. Increasing this will increase the
volume of the connected microphone(s).
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9
Press the ECHO +/- buttons to add an
echo effect to your voice. The higher the
number, the more echo effect.
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SKIP: Advance or go back one track by
pressing the Navigation  Right or 
Left button.
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Operation
Using a Bluetooth Device (Continued)
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RECORD YOUR VOCAL
PERFORMANCE:
To record your singing as well as
the music, press the RECORD n
button. Recording will begin and
the record icon at the bottom right
corner of the TV display will blink
red and blue.
When done recording, press the
RECORD n button again; the
Record icon will stop blinking.
Notes:
• If an SD card is inserted, the recorded
audio file will record onto it. If no SD card
is present, then the recorded audio file
will record onto the USB drive.
•The recorded audio file will be named
with the “BT” prefix.
•See page 21 to play back your recorded
files.
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You can always place your
Bluetooth device on the attached
cradle after it is paired.
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Press the ON/OFF button to turn
the unit OFF.
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Operation
Playing Songs from the Recorded Files
1
Connect the unit as described previously.
Press the ON/OFF button to turn the
unit ON; the Power indicator will light.
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2
Press the Navigation Right or 
Left button to select the Recordings
mode and press the ENTER
button
to continue; the Function indicator
will light red. You can also repeatedly
press the FUNCTION button until the
Function indicator lights red to select
the Recordings mode.
Notes:
• The Recording mode cannot be entered
unless a USB flash drive or SD card is
inserted.
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• A loading icon
will appear when the
system is loading the files.
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3
Use the Navigation  Up and  Down
buttons to navigate through the list of
recorded files that you have previously
recorded on your USB or SD Card.
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4
Press the ENTER
button to start
the recorded audio file playback. Press
the ENTER
button during playback
to pause the file.
5
Adjust the volume to a comfortable
level using the MASTER VOLUME
control.
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Operation
Playing Songs from the Recorded Files (Continued)
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You can sing along with your
previously recorded song. Simply
connect the microphone(s) as shown
on page 5. Slide the Mic’s ON/OFF
switch to the ON position.
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7
Adjust the MIC VOL +/- buttons
as desired. Increasing this will
increase the volume of connected
microphone(s).
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Press ECHO +/- buttons to add an
echo effect to your voice. The higher
the number, the more echo effect.
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<USB>
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<SD>
To switch between USB or SD (if
both are inserted), select Memory
using the Navigation  Right and 
Left buttons, then press the ENTER
button. Press the Navigation 
Right or  Left button to cycle from
USB to SD, then press the ENTER
button to confirm. The playlist order
will also update.
Notes:
• You can search for a title using the same
procedure as shown on page 15.
• You can set and play a Playlist or
Favorites using the same procedure as
shown on page 16.
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Operation
Using the LINE IN Jack
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1
1
Connect the unit as described
previously. Press the ON/OFF button
to turn the unit ON.
2
Connect the external unit to the
LINE IN Jack on the side of this unit.
Connecting an external unit will allow
the audio to be played through your
Singing Machine.
Notes:
•It is highly recommended to set the
volume on the auxiliary unit to 1/3 or
lower to avoid distortion.
•Skipping files/tracks is not possible in this
unit when using an external device.
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3
Press the Navigation  Right or 
Left button to select the Line In mode
and press the ENTER
button to
continue; the Function indicator will
light green. You can also repeatedly
press the FUNCTION button until
the Function indicator lights green to
select the Line In mode. If no external
unit is connected, “Please connect your
Music Device” will appear in the TV
screen.
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3
4
Adjust the volume using the MASTER
VOLUME control on this unit or
external device.
5
Connect the microphone(s) as shown
on page 5. Slide the Mic’s ON/OFF
switch to the ON position.
5
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Operation
Using the LINE IN Jack (Continued)
6
Adjust the MIC VOL +/- buttons as
desired. Increasing this control will
increase the volume of the connected
microphone(s).
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7
Press ECHO +/- buttons to add an
echo effect to your voice. The higher
the number, the more echo effect.
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8
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RECORDING YOUR SINGING:
To record your singing as well as the
music, press the RECORD n button;
recording will begin and the record icon
at the bottom right of the TV screen will
blink red and blue.
When done recording, press the
RECORD n button again; the Record
icon will stop blinking.
Notes:
• If an SD card is inserted, the recorded
audio file will record on it. If no SD card is
present, then the recorded audio file will
record onto the USB drive.
•The recorded audio file will be named
with the “LINEIN” prefix.
•See page 21 to play back your recorded
files.
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Press the ON/OFF button to turn the
unit OFF.
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Troubleshooting Guide
Should this unit exhibit a problem, check the following before seeking service:
No Power
• Power is not on; press the ON/OFF button to turn power ON.
• Confirm the AC adapter is connected securely to the back of the unit
• Connect the unit to a different outlet.
No Sound – General
• Master Volume is set to minimum; raise volume.
• Correct Function was not selected; select using the Navigation buttons or by pressing
the FUNCTION button.
No Sound – If connected to a TV
• Volume on the TV is muted or too low.
• Correct source (usually HDMI) was not selected on the TV’s menu.
Lyrics do not appear on the TV screen
• If connected to a TV, HDMI plug is not connected properly; see page 5.
• If connected to a TV, select the correct source on the TV (usually HDMI).
• The file/track being played is not a track recorded with lyrics. These are the only files
that allow you to view the lyrics on the TV screen.
No sound from the microphone
• Make sure the microphone is firmly connected to the MIC 1 or MIC 2 Jack.
• Make sure the Mic’s ON/OFF switch on the Mic is set to the ON position.
• Make sure the microphone volume is not on the lowest setting.
• MASTER VOLUME control is set to minimum; raise volume.
File(s) on USB Jack are not playing
• The file is corrupted; replace the file.
• The file is not in a format this unit will play.
• The connected USB device is not supported by the product.
The Bluetooth device cannot be paired or connected with the unit
• You have not activated the Bluetooth function of your device; see page 18 or refer to
the Bluetooth device user’s manual.
• The system is not in pairing mode; press the PAIR button to restart pairing.
The Music is not available on the unit after successfully connecting the Bluetooth
• Ensure your Bluetooth device can support the A2DP Bluetooth profile.
• The volume on the external Bluetooth device is set to low or muted; raise as desired.
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Updating the Firmware
Make sure the Singing Machine USB Flash Drive, is securely plugged into the USB slot
before running the update. DO NOT interrupt the update. If interrupted during the update
process; the software can become corrupted and the unit will no longer function properly.
1. Create a folder on the Singing Machine USB Flash Drive named “user_updata”
2. Download the latest software (e.g xxxxxx.img) from www.singingmachine.com/
softwareupdates and save it into this folder.
3. Plug the Singing Machine USB Flash Drive into the USB jack on the unit and turn the
unit on.
4. The unit will update automatically.
Specifications
AUDIO
Output Power..................................................................................................................10 Watts (RMS)
Output Impedance.........................................................................................................................4 Ohms
BLUETOOTH
Bluetooth Version....................................................................................................................V2.1 + EDR
Working Distance............................................Up to 30 feet/10 meters measured in open space
USB and SD
Format..................................................................................................................................................FAT32
Maximum Compatibility...................................................................................................................32GB
RECORDED FILE
MP3 Encoding...............................................................................................................................128kbps
JACK
Microphone........................................................................................... 6.3 mm Microphone Jacks (2)
GENERAL
Power......................................................................................................... DC 9V/1.3A Positive Center
Dimensions - Main Unit...................................................................................9.4 x 8.6 x 15.2 inches
.................................................................................................................................238 x 219 x 386 mm
Weight - Main Unit.......................................................................................................................... 2.6 Kg
Microphone.........................-74 dB 600 Ohms impedance with 6.3 mm Dynamic Microphone
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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The Singing Machine Company, Inc.
4060 E Jurupa Street, Unit B
Ontario, CA 91761-1413 USA
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