VTech Kidi Star Karaoke Machine For Kids

Last updated: July 22, 2021

Kids will love playing songs, games and lights on this karaoke machine for kids. It has a music mode that turns down the original artist’s singing voice so your child can shine. The built-in recorder enables recordings of up to five minutes.

We looked at the top Karaoke Machines For Kids and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Karaoke Machine For Kids you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: This fun karaoke machine for kids provides endless entertainment and fun.

In our analysis of 18 expert reviews, the VTech Kidi Star Karaoke Machine For Kids placed 7th when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Music magic mode turns down the main voice of included songs or songs accessed through a mobile device. Connects to MP3 players or mobile devices with the included audio cable so you can play songs from your own collection. Includes six built-in games, a voice changer that has five different voice effects, fun sound effects and eight original songs. Twist the disco light 180 degrees for bright and colorful light effects that create a great atmosphere for singing and dancing. Kids karaoke machine includes a built-in recorder that records for up to five minutes.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Does more than just feed you lyrics—you can also play games, change your voice, record yourself, experiment with sound effects, stream your own tunes, and even DJ a party while lighting up the dance floor. (The kit comes with a built-in disco ball!)
Your child will feel like a real superstar with this karaoke machine in the playroom. The microphone sits on a stand that looks just like the ones they see on TV, but it detaches so they can break into song and dance, too.
Music Magic Button: Tired of the singers on the music tracks up staging your beautiful voice? Tap this button to reduce the main vocals from the songs so you can lead.
The voice effects are easy for a young child to change, and the audience “clap” and “cheer” buttons are fantastic ideas. There are 6 games built in. It powers off on its own to save battery.

What reviewers didn't like

Maximum volume is somewhat quiet.
The stand isn't adjustable once assembled.
The “audio-input” is probably the weakest feature of the device. It accepts only a head-phone input (1/8″ input, comes with the cable) which basically means plugging it into a phone or mp3 player; no bluetooth here.
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