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Memorex’s MP3 karaoke crooner

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If the excitement of Christmas Day fizzles out by lunchtime, grab yourself a Pina Colada, stand in front of Memorex’s new karaoke crooner and get the whole family singing along to your iPod collection.

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Memorex's SingStand MKS-SS1: diaphragm not included

The SingStand MKS-SS1 is a microphone stand, speaker system and jukebox rolled into one. Its 3.5mm line-in lets you connect up your MP3 player and sing along to “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” just like loveable scamp Macaulay Culkin.

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Speakers are built into the base

Your chosen tune is played out through two 4W speakers built into SingStand’s base, and the microphone, although not wireless, rests atop an adjustable pole. So all you’ll have to do is pick a song and sing along.

Your MP3 player’s held inside a circular surround underneath the microphone, which should make song selection easy. SingStand’s other features include echo and balance control, the option to connect a keyboard into the stand, and twin microphone inputs for duets.

Memorex’s SingStand MKS-SS1is available now is the US for $70 (£47/€54), but we haven’t heard of a UK release date or price yet.

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