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Philips AEA7100/17 StarMaker Wireless Bluetooth Portable Speaker & Wireless Karaoke Mic for iPad


Philips AEA7100/17 StarMaker Wireless Bluetooth Portable Speaker & Wireless Karaoke Mic for iPad


Put on your own concert with a Philips Bluetooth speaker and wireless microphone. With “StarMaker Karaoke + Auto-Tune” app on your iPad, you can sing the hottest tracks, share them online and even battle with your friends.
  • Play all your music wirelessly via Bluetooth speaker
  • High-sensitivity Bluetooth mic for top singing experience
  • Sing in perfect rhythm with on-screen lyrics
  • Constantly updated large song library available for download
  • Share your recordings on Facebook, Twitter and email
  • Speaker dock compatible with 30-pin connectors
  • Bluetooth functionality compatible with all Bluetooth-enabled devices, including the newest iPhones/iPods/iPads
  • Play all your music wirelessly via Bluetooth speaker
  • High-sensitivity Bluetooth mic for top singing experience
  • Sing in perfect rhythm with on-screen lyrics through your iPad
  • Constantly updated large song library available for download
  • Share your recordings on Facebook, Twitter and email

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Question by Jaxel: Is it possible to transmit a wireless signal to a stereo or to band type speakers?
The people across the street from me play music super loud all day and night. I can sleep and the others in my house can’t sleep. We did the non emergency police line and that did nothing so I want to take things into my own hands and have a little fun. I was thinking it would be awesome to send a signal to their stereo or the speakers and just play a little audio saying please keep the music down or I will call the cops. So I’m asking if it is possible for me to do this without spending a ton of money or having an FBI command center in my front yard. Also I’m great with technology but I don’t really know all the short names for things so if you can could you please put a site to where I can buy it or read more on the item. Thanks so much.

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Answer by Stovicek
There are certain CB radio setups that when overpowered can flood over into other electronic devices such as radios, tvs, computer speakers, etc. I’m not sure where to find information related to that but it is the one possibility that comes to mind

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What customers say about Philips AEA7100/17 StarMaker Wireless Bluetooth Portable Speaker & Wireless Karaoke Mic for iPad?

  1. 38 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Neat concept, nice hardware, but inaccurate songs hamper playability, October 23, 2013
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    John S. Dean “John” (Sturtevant, WI United States) –
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    This review is from: Philips AEA7100/17 StarMaker Wireless Bluetooth Portable Speaker & Wireless Karaoke Mic for iPad (Electronics)
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    I thought this would be a fun product to review. I’ve been in several bands, play a lot of instruments by ear, and did lead vocals. I love music, I love singing. So does my 10 year old son, so when this came up as an option I leapt at it.

    First impression – solid. It’s very nicely made, materials are not cheap feeling. The base is steady with the iPad on top of it, stable enough that you don’t feel like you’re going to tip anything over pressing on the screen of the iPad without holding the iPad from behind to keep it in place. The buttons are sparse and have good tactile feedback. Bluetooth, volume up/down, and power are on top, and a sliding switch under the top of the microphone. The microphone removes from the base so you can hold it while standing without the base being in the way. I was expecting things to be a bit more flimsy and cheap, but they weren’t.

    It comes with 3 AAA batteries for the microphone. Getting it up and running was as simple as putting the batteries in it, plugging the base in, and putting the iPad on top and hitting the power button. Side benefit, it DOES charge the iPad while it’s in it, whether the system is powered on or not, so you can double this as a charging dock as well as just a standard speaker dock for listening to music. It doesn’t only work when you’re using the karaoke software.

    The iPad prompted me to install the software as soon as things were powered on, so that was quick and easy. The software itself is actually laid out fairy well, with some categories on the left, the song lists on the right. And the song list surprised me as well, since I was half expecting just pop songs that are the current fads, but there were actually songs that non tweens would recognize, even parents, with songs going back as far as the 70’s with Elton John. The downside from my point of view was that there were only two “kids” songs, like The Wheels on the Bus and I’m a Little Teapot. I had hoped for some more that my son would be more familiar with but he’s a huge Queen fan and there were a few Queen songs there.

    The mic has connected flawlessly every time I’ve powered things on and started up. It’s odd that the mic won’t actually link up until you hit the button to start singing. I kept waiting for it to fail to connect or something, but it linked up solid every time.

    You go through the tutorial and you get some coins to spend to buy songs, but not many. There are a few songs that cost 50, a few that cost 100, most cost 200 coins. You earn coins by singing, so the more you use it, the more you’ll earn.

    This is where my disappointment sank in.

    The songs in most instances don’t seem to follow what the people who know a song would sing. The notes and timing are off, as if they were trying to make it easier to sing. Well, this would be good for someone who’s listening to the songs here and learning them for the first time, but for people who know the song like the back of their hands, you’re really going to get frustrated because things do not line up, either for pitch or duration. And when you get to parts of the song where you have changing pitch, and words stretched out for several beats, sometimes it’s even worse. This is truly a situation where the better you know the song the way the actual artist sang it, the worse your performance will be.

    And with most songs being 200 coins each, these song inaccuracies mean it’s going to take forever to get even just a few more for your collection by earning them. I detest in app purchases, so I won’t go that route.

    The graphics are well done for the karaoke part, the lines and text move very smoothly, with a vertical line showing you where the impact point should be, much like playing rock band or something. The angle it holds the iPad at works even if you have it on the floor and you’re standing up.

    There seems to be a lot of thought into the design and build, but the variances in the songs that make it more difficult to hit all the notes you can really takes away from the fun this could be otherwise. Basically you’re learning how to sing a song a second way in order to earn stars from singing, whereas I’d prefer to get points for singing it the way I already learned to.

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  2. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy set up, fun to use, November 24, 2013
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    Cathy Stucker “IdeaLady.com” (Sugar Land, TX USA) –
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    This review is from: Philips AEA7100/17 StarMaker Wireless Bluetooth Portable Speaker & Wireless Karaoke Mic for iPad (Electronics)
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    This is easy to set up, right out of the box. Put the 3-AAA batteries (supplied) into the microphone, plug in the power cord, dock your iPad and go. Once you turn it on, you will be prompted to download the Starmaker app from the app store, and you will be able to pair the mic with Bluetooth.

    The tutorial in the app runs you through how it all works and gets you started.

    A few things you should know: Getting songs to sing along with will cost you. You pay in tokens or with a subscription. The subscription runs $1.99 for a week or $24.99 for six months. Some tokens come with the app, so you can get a song or two. You earn more tokens by using the app.

    The dock has a 30-pin connector, so the newest iPads do not connect to it. Earlier models do. I was also able to connect my iPhone 4, but the app did not seem to work well with it and I didn’t have the patience to try to make it work.

    You can use this as a dock to play music by docking a 30-pin Apple device or plugging just about any audio device into the audio in jack in the back of the speaker. (No cable is included, so you would need to supply that.) The mic only seems to work when you are using the app.

    This would be fun at your next party, or as a gift your budding rock star would enjoy. Keep in mind that at this price you are not getting a top of the line karaoke machine, but it is a good value for the money.

    The sound is good, and you can record yourself with the app. The app also includes auto tune, the magic software Hollywood uses to make it sound like actors can sing. ;o)

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  3. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Really cool product, but amazing speaker, November 1, 2013
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    Bought this on discount to have fun with the kids, but did not expect to use the speaker as my main option. Bluetooth is amazing. I walk into the kitchen and easily connect to play music while we prepare meals and dance like crazy! Do yourself a favor and add this to your daily routine! Even the kids ipods can connect!

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  4. You could send a sound to the speakers but only if they have a receiver and are self powered, like the wireless home theater systems you can buy. You can get a system that throws sound to a target, so for example you can point it at a person and they would be the only one that could hear that sound, it also stops sound so if you pointed it at a speaker no sound would seem to come out of it as the UHF sound waves block and disturb the sound waves coming from the speaker. You can get these at most electronic stores. A cheaper way is get a universal remote and get it to search the frequency and then you can control the stereo depending on the distance you may need to get one with signal booster.


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