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Karaoke maker MediaCom has launched its much-anticipated MCI 6200-TW Premium Karaoke player during the festive season.
The latest generation of karaoke player comes with web downloadable convenience and is the ultimate HD family entertainment device.
It supports 22,000 songs — 17,000 English and Tagalog and 5,000 Indian. It can record 50 studio-sound quality songs and reserve 100 songs.
One can have up to 150 favorite songs. The receiver and microphone is portable and weighs 164g and 131g respectively.
The system comes with two wireless microphones paired with the main player for a complete karaoke experience.
Several hi-tech new features such as double Live Scoring enhance the entertainment value even further, while its HD output ensures the users get the best audio-visual singing experience.
It includes the following accessories — 2 Wireless Microphones, one receiver, an AV cable, a USB cable, one power adapter, a remote control, an SD card and an HDMI cable.
The MCI 6200-TW Premium features a lightweight construction making it truly portable and an ideal gift to send to the loved ones back home.
“We are very excited about the launch of MCI 6200-TW Premium, it’s a truly cutting edge device and the ultimate tool for family and friends to bond together. It comes packed with highly advanced technological improvements, functionality and more capacity to keep everyone entertained.” says Suresh Kumar, GM Mediacom
Renato Pascual, managing director MediaCom, said: “This is the best karaoke player on the planet, today.”
The system comes with a full one year warranty (although MediaCom will continue to service its customers beyond that period with more functions and upgrades) and is priced at a budget-friendly SR 1,195 and is available at all major electronics markets and dealers and Mediacom’s own outlets in Jeddah, Riyadh and Khobar.
MediaCom International LLC is the Gulf’s leading karaoke brand, providing devices and content to over a quarter of a million households across the region and the Philippines, with customers spread across at least another dozen countries.