Discussion in 'iPod touch VoIP and Telephony' started by ellabee, Jan 7, 2008.
says it works with the ipt...anyone try it? saw it at radio shack yesterday.
looks like it works with the touch. though its $50 Please Register or Log in to view images
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Well the price probably vary from place to place, I think I saw it at 25$ at Best Buy ( Canada ). Plus you can easily have a bargain on this if you check out eBay.
10 bucks anyone?
16.99 shipping eek..
lol.. well that makes about 27dollars, still less than the mic from touchmod, plus you can make cool karaoke songs
hmm... now that i really take a look at this thing. i notice that it has a microphone on one end, and a line-out jack on the other end. the instructions say "just cue up your favorite music and sing along" from what i gather, this doesnt put any input from the microphone into your ipod. it puts the input from the microphone directly into your headphones so you can hear yourself ALONG with the song thats playing on your ipod. although it still seems like a good investment, considering on the microphone, theres play/pause, next, and previous song button, which the ipod touch doesnt have normally. so you dont have to take the ipod out of your pocket to switch songs Please Register or Log in to view images
There's even a FM transmiter into the thing, it might be worth something if the VoIP worked with that
iKaraoke's all-in-one microphone/processor isolates the lead vocal track, then fades it, giving your voice room to make that favorite tune yours.
Don't keep that raw talent hidden. Plug in or use iKaraoke's FM transmitter to play through your home or auto stereo. Use the mic to control the music, volume and reverb. It's your tunes as only you can sing them.
The describtion makes me beleive it's possible
sorry to double-post
doesnt work with the ipod touch.
where do you see that description? what i read is:
With great talent comes great responsibility; don't keep it hidden. Plug iKaraoke into your home or auto stereo through your stereo's Auxiliary Audio In (sometimes called Line In). Use iKaraoke's mic to start, stop, skip and repeat the music, control volume. It's your tunes as only you can sing them.
nowhere do i see that it says it has a FM transmitter
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