Best Karaoke Machine

Best Karaoke Machine

If you want to spice up your home party, finding the best karaoke machine will add a ton of entertainment for many events to come. However, there are many different karaoke machines to choose from – so we’ve rounded some of the top picks.

ION Audio Block Rocker Plus

If you’re looking for a karaoke machine that’s loud and is suitable for both indoor and outdoors, then look no further than the ION Audio Block Rocker. It’s got an 8-inch speaker and 100 watts of power, which gives you 50 hours of playback time.

It includes a microphone and 3.5mm AUX cable. There’s Bluetooth connectivity too – and it’s easy enough to pair your phone or laptop. So either way, you’re ready to go out the box.

Karaoke USA Complete Wi-Fi Bluetooth Karaoke Machine

If you’re looking for a more complete solution, this karaoke machine from Karaoke USA includes a phone mount, Bluetooth connectivity and a 9” TFT screen. It can also directly connect to the internet and play from Spotify, YouTube and Sonos. There’s two microphones for nailing those duets.

It’s a little softer – with only 50 watts coming out the 8-inch speaker. That should be sufficient for karaoke at home though. There’s a USB port to charge your phone – which is a nice addition. The HDMI port allows you to play videos from YouTube.

Singing Machine SML38

If you’re looking for a budget friendly karaoke machine, the Singing Machine SML38 should be sufficient and can be picked up for under $70. For that price, you still get Bluetooth connectivity, a top-loading CD player (for those who actually own CDs still!), 54 funky LED lights and more.

Using CDG, you can play this unit into your TV for lyrics on the screen, which is a nice touch. It does feel a little cheap – which can be expected at this price range.

KaraoKing Karaoke Microphone

If you’re looking for a compact solution, the KaraoKing Karaoke Microphone which connects to a phone via Bluetooth might be the best option. It’s also compatible with USB and AUX too.

It’s a little on the soft side – the internal speaker isn’t that loud. However, you can still connect it to an external source which is great. The quality of the microphone is subpar – but it works.

Brian McKey

Brian has been a professional music producer and audio engineer for more than two decades. He has worked with a number of artists and bands across all different genres. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.