The VocoPro DVG-555K 5-disc karaoke multi-media player keeps the music and the movies pumping for hours. The karaoke player's 5-disc changer plays DVD, CD+G, VCD, MP3/MP4, CD, and CDR/RW discs and the... Click To Read More About This Product
The VocoPro DVG-555K 5-disc karaoke multi-media player keeps the music and the movies pumping for hours. The karaoke player's 5-disc changer plays DVD, CD+G, VCD, MP3/MP4, CD, and CDR/RW discs and the handy Play and Exchange feature can change up to 4 discs while 1 keeps playing.
The DVG-555K player's convenient, full-function backlit remote offers control of all the VocoPro system's features. VocoPro builds in 2 mic inputs with level and individual outputs, ±7 half-step digital key control, and Echo, Bass, and Treble controls.
The DVD-555K's disc tray locks so you can move the karaoke machine without removing your discs. PAL/NTSC switchable. Audio outputs include 5.1 channels, digital coaxial, digital optical, stereo RCA, and individual mic outputs. Video outputs on the VocoPro DVG-555K include component video, composite RCA, S-Video, VGA, and SCART.
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Comments about VocoPro DVG-555K 5-Disc DVD/CDG/VCD/MP3/MP4/Photo-CD Karaoke Changer:
My wife and I run our own professional DJ/Karaoke business. We bought this player to replace an old player. I really wish I knew all the hang ups that it had, because I probably would not have purchased it. The good: the sound quality is nice. I do like having the 5 dick trays too, and to switch out 4 while it is playing. The bad: When playing a regular CD, you can not play just one song (single mode). The player will want to play the whole CD. That means you have to monitor it, and stop it manually. Also, when playing karaoke, one disk will be playing and you eject the others to put in more disk. When you put the disks back in the player it will put up on the screen what disk player tray is playing, sometimes, right over top of the karaoke words, and it will stay there for the entire song. It puts this in the upper left corner of the screen, so it all depends on where the karaoke words are located, on whether or not they are covered. There is no button to remove this, unless you have the remote and push an option that you are not really suppose to push (ex. setup). We have also experienced when you put the extra trays back, when a karaoke CD is playing, it causes the karaoke CD to skip. I would not recommend this product for professional use. Our old 3 disk player was a better buy back in it's day.