Review of the best according to the editorial board. On the selection criteria. This material is subjective and does not constitute advertising and does not serve as a purchase guide. Before buying, you need to consult with a specialist.
Long gone are the days when you needed expensive hardware and software to sing karaoke. Now an ordinary computer, laptop or even a smartphone is enough for such entertainment. You can even do without a screen with scrolling lyrics if you buy a special all-in-one karaoke microphone. The editors offer you an overview of the current audio equipment market at the beginning of 2020 with recommendations from our industry experts on choosing the optimal microphone model specifically for karaoke singing.
- How to choose a microphone for karaoke
- Who will sing and how
- Sound transmission mechanism
- Wired, wireless or standalone
- Rating of the best microphones for karaoke
- The best wired microphones for karaoke
- Thomson M135D
- Pioneer DM-DV10
- AKG D5 / D5S
- Sennheiser E 835-S
- Best wireless microphones for karaoke
- Ritmix RWM-101
- DEFENDER MIC-155
- Shure SH-200
- Best Standalone Microphones for Karaoke
- MAGIC KARAOKE YS-63
- WSTER WS-858
- Micgeek Q9s +
- OWL SDRD SD-306
- Tuxun Q08
How to choose a microphone for karaoke
To begin with, let's traditionally deal with the criteria for choosing a suitable microphone and how not to get lost in the variety that the market offers. Despite the fact that the variety is just an appearance, there are actually not so many really suitable models for such a special topic.
Who will sing and how
This is the first question to ask yourself before buying a karaoke microphone, but it is for some reason that it is often ignored. Let's clarify what we mean.
If simple entertainment and singing is supposed to take turns at the peak of the feast with the obligatory prompter, one microphone will do, and inexpensive and even wired. The requirements here are low by definition, studio quality is certainly not needed, and only those who know the lyrics of the song can go far from the screen with the prompter.
A more complicated version of the previous one is a set for a couple who prefer to sing in a duet. Here wired and wireless options are available in almost all price categories. There may be a separate microphone option for children with a 'fun' design and colorful colors.
Sound transmission mechanism
According to this parameter, microphones are divided into several groups, the most popular of which are dynamic or condenser. The latter are more appropriate for studio recording, since they show a high, and often completely outrageous sensitivity. Such sensitivity is needed to convey all the nuances of the sound of an instrument or vocals, but for karaoke it is useless, if not harmful. Ultra-precise voice reproduction will highlight both its advantages and disadvantages, and we all know well what karaoke singing looks like in most cases. In addition, condenser mechanisms are demanding in terms of room acoustics and additional equipment.
Dynamic microphones, on the contrary, are able to somewhat smooth out the faulty vocal 'parts' of an entertaining company. And the lion's share of ready-made karaoke systems is equipped with just such models. The limited frequency range no longer plays a fundamental role here.
Everything is more or less clear here – omnidirectional microphones are not suitable for vocals, since they will pick up and transmit to the speakers not only the singer's voice, but also all surrounding sounds. That is, only unidirectional models are suitable for karaoke. This is one of the fundamental characteristics that manufacturers always indicate directly in the descriptions.
Wired, wireless or standalone
If you buy a new microphone for an existing karaoke system (for example, the old one is out of order), then the choice is not difficult. You just need to choose an option with the same type of connection and take into account the nuances described above. If you are going to use the karaoke application on a computer or smartphone, there may already be different options.
Everything is clear with wired microphones – there are plenty of them in all price categories, from 'hundred rubles' to professional ones for tens or more thousands of rubles. In the review, we will cut off the extremes and will consider solid models at an affordable or at least not exorbitant price. It's still about karaoke, not a recording studio.
There are not many wireless microphones of normal quality and reasonable price on the market, but there are still plenty to choose from. Some models communicate with the receiving device using the Bluetooth – channel, and some use a radio module. We will consider high-quality and affordable samples of both
Finally, the most interesting thing – stand-alone microphones, 'sharpened' strictly for karaoke. These are combined devices, where a microphone, speakers, a player, a control panel, an optional mixer and even light-color-music are collected in one case. Such devices are equipped with a battery and a card reader, allowing you to arrange fun entertainment in any, even camping conditions. Actually, it is these models that most closely match the modern interpretation of the term 'microphones for karaoke'. This is a relatively new product on the market and consumers are just beginning to discover the benefits of such a solution.
Rating of the best microphones for karaoke
|Nomination||a place||Name of product||price|
|The best wired microphones for karaoke||1||Thomson M135D||RUB 1,022|
|2||Pioneer DM-DV10||2 408 rub.|
|3||AKG D5 / D5S||RUB 4,910|
|4||Sennheiser E 835-S||RUB 7,419|
|Best wireless microphones for karaoke||1||Ritmix RWM-101||RUB 690|
|2||DEFENDER MIC-155||1 255 rub.|
|3||Shure SH-200||RUB 3,200|
|Best Standalone Microphones for Karaoke||1||MAGIC KARAOKE YS-63||990 RUB|
|2||WSTER WS-858||RUB 2 090|
|3||Micgeek Q9s +||RUB 4,000|
|4||OWL SDRD SD-306||RUB 4,100|
|5||Tuxun Q08||RUB 1,900|
The best wired microphones for karaoke
And the first compilation of the magazine's rating of the best microphones for karaoke is dedicated to microphones with a wired connection. Regardless of the models presented, we will give general advice. Stationary karaoke systems often 'prefer' microphones with highly exotic connector types instead of standard 3.5mm mini-jacks or larger 6.3mm plugs, and this should be taken into account if you plan to choose a microphone for your existing device. With universal audio systems, things are easier.
Let's start with the cheapest microphone in the selection of the Thomson trademark, and to be precise, this is a whole pair of microphones at an affordable price, if we are talking about the modification with the index D. Here and further in the selection of wired models, we present microphones for vocal are bound to the topic of karaoke. They perform well for events and even for amateur recording in a home studio.
The Thomson M135D is a handheld dynamic microphone. It is positioned in different trading platforms in different ways: for vocals, computer and, in fact, for karaoke. These divisions in this case are arbitrary, since the microphone is universal. This is especially pronounced in the type of connection: the plug at the end of the wire is a standard 3.5mm minijack, and the kit also includes compact adapters for the 6.3mm format, one for each microphone.
Outwardly, this model does not really stand out in anything, its form is the most classic. The body is made of black plastic with a glossy polish. Wire length – 3 meters, attached to the body without the possibility of disconnection. This is regarded by users as both a plus and a minus. Minus – not very convenient for transportation, plus – a guarantee that the wire will not jump out of the socket at the most inopportune moment. There is a convenient on / off switch on the case. The microphone weighs 225g, including the packaging – 527g.
The model is characterized by a range of perceived frequencies from 70 to 13 thousand Hz, a sensitivity of -76 dB, and a cardioid radiation pattern. The impedance of this model is quite high – 600 Ohm, so it can reveal its full potential on not the weakest acoustics.
In general, this model can be recommended as a permanent one for not too ambitious tasks – it will last a long time and without unpleasant surprises. Or, this microphone can be considered as a basic option for those who plan to develop further. He is far from professional models, but he differs strikingly from the cheap 'hundred-ruble' ones.
- good sound transmission;
- stability and reliability;
- universal connection type;
- optimal for a home duo;
- the most affordable price in the collection for a pair of microphones.
- the wire is not detached;
- easily soiled glossy surface.
The review continues with the microphone of the famous Pioneer trademark, and the DM-DV10 model will cost significantly more than the previous position, and it will be one microphone, not a pair. The price is quite reasonable, since it is still a Pioneer with all the obvious advantages. And we will now describe the non-obvious ones.
Although at first glance the microphone looks very similar to the previous one, if you look closely and take it in your hand, the difference is noticeable. The design of this model is exactly the same classic, but the materials are clearly of higher quality. The body is black, but the surface of the handle is matte, which means that annoying fingerprints will not be visible on it, plus more tactile comfort. The body, by the way, is metal, not plastic.
The wire here is exactly the same fixed length of 3 meters. The same 3.5mm minijack plug, but with gold plating. Comes with a 6.3mm adapter, also gold-plated. There is an on / off switch on the case.
Pioneer DM-DV10 is a dynamic type microphone with a cardioid polar pattern. The range of perceived frequencies is slightly wider than that of the previous one – from 70 to 14 thousand Hz. And a little less resistance – 500 ohms. It is even noticeably lighter than the Thomson M135 – almost exactly 200g without packaging.
The official manufacturer's warranty for this model is 12 months.
- quality materials and assembly;
- metal case;
- decent sound;
- gold plated contacts;
- universal connection type;
- reliability and durability.
- no pronounced flaws were found.
AKG D5 / D5S
Another vocal microphone that is great for karaoke is the AKG D5 / D5S. And here we see an even higher level of the device. With this model, you can successfully start your first attempts at singing with karaoke and just as successfully continue, performing something more seriously already with an amateur recording.
The microphone is more massive than both previous models – it weighs 320g. The body is made of high-quality plastic, also in a classic style, black, but with a slightly different shape. Height – 185mm, depth – 51mm.
For connection, the XLR connector is already used here and at the same time it implies support for balanced connection, which is a big plus of this model. Key technical characteristics: directional diagram; frequency range from 70 to 20 thousand Hertz; sensitivity – 2.6 MV / pa; resistance – 600 ohms.
Quite a significant price in this case is more than justified, since the AKG D5 / D5S series demonstrates impressive additional characteristics in addition to the main ones.
So, here we see an innovative diaphragm developed according to AKG's patented Laminated Varimotion technology. It noticeably increases the useful signal before the onset of the 'start-up' (parasitic feedback), thereby preventing the familiar heartbreaking whistle when the microphone loops on the audio system.
Even less obvious, but important improvements are a double anti-vibration mount, which reduces mechanical noise to the lowest possible level, as well as the head material itself – a special mesh made of elastic steel, which can even reduce pop noise to some extent (for studio recording without a full the pop filter is still indispensable).
The lower frequency limit looks truncated, as it coincides with the previous budget models. But in fact, for karaoke and amateur recording, this is even a plus, since it cuts off unnecessary noises, wheezing and hum.
The AKG D5 / D5S comes with a microphone stand holder and carrying case. There are no wires in the kit, and this is the only subject of customer complaints.
- sound quality;
- increased strength;
- balanced XLR connection;
- innovative diaphragm;
- flat frequency response;
- no wire included.
Sennheiser E 835-S
Rounding out the magazine's selection of the best wired karaoke microphones is another high-quality vocal model from the prominent Sennheiser brand. Produced directly in Germany, thereby indirectly confirming the high quality.
Exactly the same thing can be said about the design as about any of the above-described model. Materials and workmanship are excellent, metal body, classic design, even more classic black color. Microphone dimensions – 180x48x48mm, weight – 330g. An XLR connector is used for connection, balanced connection is supported.
Key technical characteristics: dynamic type; cardioid chart; extended towards the lower end of the range of perceived frequencies – from 40 to 16 thousand Hertz; the lowest resistance in the selection is 350 Ohm. Due to the reduced impedance, the microphone will adequately transmit sound even when connected to not the most powerful speakers.
Experts highly appreciate this model as suitable not only for karaoke, but also for quite serious, albeit semi-professional sound recording. Experts note high-quality balanced sound, reliable protection from extraneous noise (even the on / off button is silent on a magnet), the ability to cut through the most 'hard' phonogram in terms of arrangement.
The package bundle here is similar to the previous model – a microphone without a wire, a stand holder, a carrying case, and documentation. The absence of a wire, as in the previous case, turns out to be an unpleasant surprise for some buyers. Another small but unpleasant drawback is that the bolt for fixing the power button in a single position is made of very flimsy plastic. Therefore, it must be screwed in extremely carefully and carefully, using a non-metallic object whenever possible.
- sound transmission quality;
- extended range of perceived frequencies;
- protection against extraneous noise;
- relatively low impedance;
- balanced connection supported;
- complete set (except cable).
- no cable included;
- plastic bolt fixing the power button.
Best wireless microphones for karaoke
The second selection in the rating of the best karaoke microphones presents three interesting and worthy wireless models. The presence of a wireless connection in this class of devices does not exclude equipment with a wired interface, or even the wire itself in the kit. Wireless connectivity by definition eliminates any serious studio recording, but immeasurably increases mobility when performing live or events, thereby going far beyond singing karaoke alone.
And the first in the collection is traditionally the most inexpensive option from those that are already really capable of something. This is a Ritmix combo microphone.
Let's start with the connection right away. This is the main advantage of this model, since Ritmix RWM-101 can be connected to acoustics or a receiving device via a radio channel with a distance of up to 30 meters, which is 3 times more than, say, Bluetooth. But even if it is not possible to use standard radio receivers, the microphone can always be connected via a cable with an XLR plug. Plus the standard cable – it is removable and its length is 5 meters; minus – it is rather flimsy, and relatively quickly loses its qualities up to the loss of contact. So, with frequent use, the cable will have to be changed sooner or later.
Microphone dimensions – 190x81x53mm, weight – 285g. The body is made of metal with a fairly high quality exterior finish. An unexpectedly good, albeit laconic, design – the classic design of a round head in a mesh silver metal shell, but with a smooth 'flowing' into the silver case. Regular AA batteries are suitable for powering this model.
Consider the key technical characteristics of the model. This is a dynamic unidirectional microphone with a cardioid pattern. Sensitivity – 72dB. The range of perceived frequencies is rather narrow – from 100 to 10 thousand Hz. This is the main disadvantage of the model, but given the price and initial simplicity, most users are satisfied. The resistance is quite high – 600 ohms.
Now about some other technical points. Despite the fact that the cable is connected via a dedicated XLR connector, this will be a simple connection, since the balanced microphone itself is not supported. The radio transmitter transmits a signal at frequencies from 87.5 to 92 MHz.
To summarize, let's say that this model is perfect for not too demanding vocals and karaoke at home and at events. The narrow range of perceived frequencies excludes the possibility of talking about any normal recording even in a home studio. But the microphone is not designed for this, and the price fully justifies this moment against the background of other good characteristics.
- sound quality enough within a fairly narrow range;
- wired and wireless connection;
- detachable cable included;
- metal case;
- nice design.
- narrow frequency range;
- short-lived cable.
The second number in the selection of the rating of the best wireless microphones for karaoke is the DEFENDER MIC-155 set. This is another budget option for a duo, similar to the above described Thomson M135D, but wireless this time.
Let's talk about an important difference between this model. Here we are dealing with an omnidirectional type microphone. This imposes some restrictions on the method of application, but at the same time opens up some possibilities. Thus, this model will perform much better at events where background sounds, voices from the audience, and other 'artifacts' are appropriate and desirable. The same if it is assumed that during the karaoke performance the company will sing along.
Now about the key characteristics. This is a dynamic type microphone. The frequency range is not impressive, but it's expected between 10 and 13000 Hertz. Sensitivity – 72dB. Radio transmission with a radius of up to 30 meters. Connection via a standard universal 3.5mm mini-jack, the kit also includes a 6.3mm adapter. Powered by a 6F22 battery (popularly known as 'Krona'), included in the package.
As a summary, a word of caution. Don't expect this set of superpowers. It is designed for karaoke and less important performances, and the price is appropriate. Inappropriate use generates not very fair negative reviews.
- sufficient sound quality;
- omnidirectional (for those who need it);
- universal connection;
- two batteries included.
- narrow frequency range;
- omnidirectional (for those who don't need it).
The third and final wireless model in our review is a sample of solid products from the American company Shure Incorporated. Manufactured in China. According to its characteristics, this is the most interesting option in the selection of wireless models. There are some doubts about the origin of the commercially available kits, but the Shure SH-200 is somehow in high demand and has received mostly positive reviews.
Let's start with the exterior. The microphone has the most classic of the classic ones – an oblong cylindrical handle, a head in a mesh shell. The quality of the handle material is nothing outstanding, but there is no frank “Chinese” in a bad sense either. Aesthetes will be a little confused by the strange proportions of the 222mm long and 51mm wide microphone, but this has to be taken for granted. The device weighs 192g without battery.
Actually, the Shure SH-200, like the previous model, is not just a microphone, but a whole radio system, consisting of a microphone with a transmitter and a receiver. The radio modules operate in the VHF band. For its value, the system is quite reliable, and, importantly, easy to learn and use. There are built-in noise suppression and signal dropout protection.
Shure SH-200 is the name of the kit. And in this context, it is worth emphasizing the microphone itself. And this is the Shure SM58 – a well-known model equipped with a VHF receiver on one antenna and a transmitter. A feature of the microphone is the ability to accentuate the clarity of vocals and backing vocals. The microphone is unidirectional with a range from 40 to 15000 Hz, a sensitivity of 80 dB and a very 'heavy' impedance of 1000 Ohm.
The receiving module allows you to optimally adjust and match the output level with the connection parameters. On the body of the receiver there are LEDs indicating power supply, overload, signal reception, battery discharge.
The package includes a PS20 battery and a microphone adapter. Battery life up to 10 hours. Reception radius – up to 50 meters.
- high quality sound;
- stable work;
- suppression of extraneous noise;
- ease of mastering and using the radio system;
- up to 10 hours of battery life;
- reception radius – up to 50 meters.
- high resistance.
Best Standalone Microphones for Karaoke
And now we turn to the most interesting part of the review of the best karaoke microphones according to the version, where we will consider an expanded selection of all-in-one models. These microphones are actually compact audio systems, combining in various combinations a microphone itself (wireless), a compact speaker system, an audio player, and even optional light-color accompaniment. All this is contained in one unit, which is easy to transport and use at any time in any conditions.
MAGIC KARAOKE YS-63
Let's start with the most inexpensive, but high-quality and bright solution. The MAGIC KARAOKE YS-63 series is presented by karaoke microphones in four design options – rose gold, gold, silver and black. Externally, the devices look very stylish, light modifications are also festive. The microphone weighs 330g with a battery. The materials are dominated by aluminum and plastic.
Let's first analyze the functionality of the microphone, since in the context of this kind of device, it matters as well as sound. So, here we see a basic set of components – microphone, player, speakers. The player and microphone control panel is located right on the handle. You can switch tracks, control speaker volume and echo. At the end of the handle there are sockets for USB Type-A, MicroUSB interfaces and a card reader. There is a voice recording function.
The pure specifications for this model are as follows. The range of perceived frequencies is from 10 to 10000 Hz. Sensitivity – 40dB. The standard speakers are a speaker and a subwoofer with a power of 3W each. The microphone is connected to the receiving device via a wireless channel Bluetooth or via a cable with a suitable connector. Range – standard for Bluetooth 4.0 10 meters.
The device is powered by a 2200mAh battery, the declared autonomy should be enough for 6 hours of operation (in reality, often less). Standby time – up to 360 hours. Full charge time is 2 hours.
In this lineup there are modifications with the exact same series name, but one and a half times more expensive. The difference between them is that the more expensive modifications have one additional function – changing the voice. So, when it is activated, you can change the timbre of the voice at the output to the speakers from childish to rude masculine, and thereby greatly amuse the audience.
- quality materials and assembly;
- several options for colorful design;
- power supply including USB;
- speaker and subwoofer;
- voice change in more expensive modifications.
- autonomy is lower than stated.
From a slightly 'no-name', but inexpensive previous model, let's move on to more expensive, but clearly branded options. The WS-858 series, although the simplest in the WSTER range, is significantly better in performance than the previous one, and more than twice as expensive. In large cities where there are Tuxun or WSTER offices, you can even thoughtfully test karaoke microphones before purchasing.
Conceptually, this model is almost exactly the same as the previous example. This is the same candy bar with a built-in player and speakers, echo and voice control functions, wireless and wired communication, good autonomy. The differences can be seen in details if you look more closely at the characteristics.
This series comes in three color options – black, gold and rose gold. The control panel for the player and microphone is no longer located on the handle-holder, but on the speaker unit. Some people do not like this arrangement, since it is impossible to operate with one hand. On the other hand, it prevents accidental clicks, which can be significantly more annoying. The body of the device is metal. The speakers themselves are much more powerful than the previous model – 5W each, and the shape of the block is round.
This model is connected in exactly the same way as the previous one – Bluetooth – a channel (version 4.1 with a 10 m range) or a USB cable. There is a slot for memory cards, the maximum capacity is 8GB. Management, in addition to the basic functions, also allows mixing with buttons and levers. A separate button cancels the echo. A simple knob changes the volume level. There is also a standard 3.5mm headphone minijack.
A separate mention is the function of changing the voice. It can change the singing voice at the output in the speakers from the four built-in 'cartoon' timbre. And the presence of such a function is a highly likely indication that you are not dealing with a fake. Also, the package itself must contain Voice Converter.
This model is powered by a built-in 1800mAh lithium-ion battery. The device is well optimized, so that the charge may well be enough for 5-6 hours of operation. The manufacturer specifies a range of 5-8 hours, but a maximum of 8 hours is purely theoretical, because no one will sing karaoke if the speakers are quieter than their own voice. Full charging time is from 3 to 5 hours, depending on the power source.
- quality of materials and workmanship;
- metal case;
- powerful speakers;
- change of voice;
- spectacular appearance;
- a factory defect comes across.
Micgeek Q9s +
As the third issue, consider an even more interesting model, which is a super-combo – a wireless karaoke microphone with a player, speakers and even a mixing console. And all this in one building.
In terms of appearance and basic functionality, this model is not much different from the previous one. This is the same solid case with several color options and exactly the same interfaces – wireless Bluetooth 4.1 with a radius of 10 meters, USB Type-A, card reader and 3.5mm minijack. In general, the external difference would be minimal if we were talking about MicGeek Q9. But in Q9s +, the device received some improvements – more mixers, a silicone pad included to protect the case in case of falls.
Since we're talking about the mixer, let's move on to the functionality. Indeed, the Q9s + contains a whole equalizer on the speaker unit, made in this form factor – in the form of mechanical sliders and some additional buttons and levers. Of course, its capabilities are limited, but here no one pretends to be studio quality, and adjusting the sound is both useful and simply interesting, especially for children.
And for children, the most interesting thing will be the built-in voice changer. It is easy to adjust – press the function enable button and move the Treble and Bass timbre sliders. The voice will change in a cartoon style, from a mouse squeak to a rough bass. Other buttons can suppress noise, remove or add echo and more.
The device is powered by a built-in lithium-ion battery with a capacity sufficient for 6-7 hours of continuous operation. The maximum declared by the manufacturer is 9 hours, some reviewers talk about 12 hours, but taking into account the real capacity of the 2600mAh battery, this is hard to believe, and tests confirm a more realistic 7 hours maximum. Charging time – up to 5 hours.
The package includes the microphone itself, a headphone cable, a USB cable for charging and connecting, a very stylish case for storage and carrying. The warranty for this model is 12 months.
- decent quality;
- bright design;
- clear sound;
- built-in mixing console;
- smooth change of voice timbre;
- suppression of noise;
- protective silicone cap
- stylish case included.
- there are doubts about the fastness of the paint.
OWL SDRD SD-306
Since in the previous two collections of our review there were special sets of two microphones for a duet, experts could not get around in this matter and stand-alone karaoke microphones. One of the brightest and most popular kits is the OWL SDRD SD-306.
These three letters – OWL – are by no means an abbreviation, but a word, translated from English – 'owl'. The designers tried to portray the stereo system in the form of owl eyes, and they did it masterfully – literally with one bend that turned the faceless speakers into a lively owl look.
But, “not a single design” – this model also has quite specific and quite good technical characteristics. The system is connected to a computer or smartphone via Bluetooth version 4.2 with support for EDR, AVRCP, A2DP, HSP / HFP. The speaker unit has a special socket-stand for a smartphone. The total power of the speakers is 20W, and they broadcast in the frequency range from 100Hz to 18000Hz. Each socket in which a microphone is installed in the housing of the speaker unit is also a charging base. Microphone battery capacity – 1500mAh, speakers – 1800mAh. Resistance – 4 ohms. There is an AUX output with a standard minijack connector.
A few words should be said separately about autonomy. Microphones on their own batteries can work for quite a long time – they are not burdened by the power supply of the speakers, so the specified capacity is sufficient for 5-6 hours of operation. But even a slightly increased battery capacity for the speakers is enough for 3 hours at most, and most often less. And as soon as the speakers run out of charge, the microphones become useless, even with a full charge.
This kit comes in three color options – black, gold and pink. The main body materials are durable ABS plastic and aluminum. Assembly dimensions – 290x135x145mm, weight – 1900g.
- quality materials and assembly;
- clear sound;
- equalizer with presets;
- colorful design.
- low autonomy of the column.
The Tuxun Q08 model concludes the review of the best karaoke microphones. There would be nothing special in it, if not for one function that sharply distinguishes it from the background of other karaoke microphones and gives the manufacturer the moral right to set the appropriate price.
Let's reveal the secret right away – Tuxun Q08 can suppress vocals in the played composition. You no longer need to suffer in search of a backing track of your favorite song in order to sing it with karaoke. Of course, you can make a backing track from any song on a computer, but this is still a process, and it takes some time and the availability of the necessary software. Here, everything happens on the fly. The Tuxun Q08 is the cheapest model in the series and can only suppress the most distinctly sounding voice. More expensive models do it better.
Now about the rest of the characteristics. The cubic block houses two speakers with a power of 5W each. The control is push-button, the control panel is located on the cube speaker unit. AUX output for headphones is provided. Communication with gadgets is carried out via Bluetooth – channel (version 4.1).
The Tuxun Q08 range includes four designs and colors – Black, Gold, Silver and Rose gold.
The device is powered by a 2600mAh battery. The maximum continuous operation time on a full charge is 9 hours according to the manufacturer, but in reality it is less, depending on the sound volume, the number of on and off operations, and even the ambient temperature – the battery sits down faster in cold weather.
The official warranty for this model is 12 months.
- clear sound;
- suppression of noise;
- quality of materials and workmanship;
- suppression of vocals;
- only the most distinct vocals are effectively removed.
Attention! This rating is subjective and does not constitute an advertisement and does not serve as a purchase guide. Before buying, you need to consult with a specialist.