The karaoke soundbar is a type of device you place inside, or on top of your television and succeeds a speaker bar. This device is often less powerful than normal karaoke soundbar and speakers, but still allows you to play music and is also often more portable than other types of equipment.
How does a karaoke soundbar work?
In the early days of karaoke, people weren’t usually singing using microphones. The music would be playing from a CD or cassette in the background, and people would sing along. Sometimes there would be a microphone on stage for singers who wanted to sing without a backing track, but it wasn’t always necessary. As the karaoke and sound systems evolved, the technology improved to allow more flexibility in how you could use the system, and that’s when the need for a soundbar was born.
As karaoke soundbar is a long rectangular box with several speakers built into it. It houses all of the electronic components of the system so that none are exposed on top of your TV or computer monitor. The main purpose of a soundbar is to add more power to your system so that you can have a louder overall sound without distortion. Most of them come with at least two built-in microphones so that you can have duets without needing an extra mic stand or microphone for each singer.
Unlike earlier systems where you had to use CDs, DVDs, or tapes for your music source, today’s soundbars use Bluetooth connectivity or even a direct Wi-Fi connection. This lets you play music from any device that has Bluetooth capability inbuilt.