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New Year’s Eve may look a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean it needs to be any less fun. 

Singtrix® , which was just named one of the Best At Home Karaoke Machines by Rolling Stone, is the perfect addition to your at home New Year’s celebration.


Singtrix® is the first karaoke consumer product that lets everyday people instantly feel and sound like “rock stars”. Created by the developers of Guitar Hero, Singtrix® is the world’s FIRST and only smart, plug-and-play karaoke system using studio quality vocal effects designed to make “bad singers sound good and good singers sound amazing!”

Easy to use, Singtrix® has a simple plug and play system that allows you to use your phone to tap into thousands of FREE YouTube Karaoke videos available online, as well as 375+ professional vocal effects, opening up a world of possibilities for your living room performance.


As seen on Shark Tank, and Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Singtrix® uses “rock star” technology to take your at-home party experience to a whole new level. But don’t just take our word for it, Singtrix® has been endorsed by Whoopi Goldberg, Ellen DeGeneres, Kelly Osbourne, Jenny McCarthy, Tamera Mowry-Housley, and more… and we think your audience will enjoy it too! It’s the best gift for holiday get-togethers, dinner parties and just hanging out with friends.

BONUS: Singtrix® comes with FREE vocal lessons. | IG: singtrixkaraoke

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