Kaleidoscope me a karoke machine.

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Best bang for buck.

It's a present. I know what she wants, but I have no idea about these machines. What's good, what's bad, what's cheap, what's expensive.

My only requirements are:

1.) Looks fairly subtle. I don't want a giant bubbly pink one with a barbie girl microphone. One that resembles a DVD / VCR player would be perfect.

2.) Decent quality

3.) Cost-effective. I'm a believer in getting what you pay for, but I don't want to go mental. Not a budget as such, but machines costing over £200 won't be feasible.

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My son (5yrs) got a Goodmans Karaoke machine for Xmas off the grandparents for Xmas. Has TV, Tuner, and Video CD Player built it. Quite a few sound effects on it and its pretty damn loud. Cost them £120.00 iirc from Makro. Will try and get a link later but its like a metalic grey colour
 
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hardc0re_tid said:
since when did linking to the bay become legal here on ocuk? have i missed something?

last time i done it i got told off

I think you should be ok so long as you don't link to anything sold by OCUK.
 
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