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SingTrix Karaoke Machine

Sing Trix on the Shark Tank

Most Advanced Karaoke Machine - Episode 609 - 10-/31/2014

Singing Machine on episode 609, October 31,2014
The SingTrix Advanced Karaoke Machine
seen on the Shark Tank in Episode 609 
 O.K. lets be honest, how many times have you been to an event hosting Karaoke Music, and got up and sang your favorite songs? The answer to that question is very easy for me, I have never even thought about singing karaoke in public. It didn't matter how much liquid courage I had, and it was not going to happen, period. But maybe, just maybe if they had a SingTrix Karaoke Machine that transforms my singing abilities to sound like a pro, karaoke singing might be kind of fun after all.

The entrepreneurs who invented the Sing Trix Karaoke Machine is John Devecka, and Eric Berkowitz will also be appearing on the Shark Tank this Friday night in Episode 609. The two partners have started several successful businesses that read more like an established Sharks success, compared to a lot of contestants seen on the Show.
Sing like a professional with the Sing Trix Machine
The SingTrix Karaoke Machine
receives 4.5 out of 5 Star Reviews
The biggest technological achievement most people will instantly recognize is the "Guitar Hero Brand" both Devecka and Berkowitz helped developed, and later sold to Activision. I'm very familiar with all the Guitar Hero products as my kids eventually talked me out of buying the entire band set with multiple guitars. This investment was without question a great way for them learning how to play musical instrument's before picking up a real guitar.

Just like the Guitar Hero can help you play instrument's like a Rock Star, the SingTrix Karaoke Machine will help you sound like a Professional Rock Star with an amazing voice. With over 300 factory installed presets to choose from, and special patented technology that makes your voice sound better, the Sing Trix guarantee's even the worst singers will sound incredibly talented.

It's almost impossible to describe how the SingTrix Karaoke Machine magically transforms your voice to sound like a professional singer. But this video "Is Sing Trix the next Guitar Hero?" is a great demonstration how the entire system works.

SingTrix before the Shark Tank Update:

Considering the SingTrix is the most advanced karaoke machine ever invented, and the level of success these entrepreneurs have already achieved, this singing machine easily has the potential to become one of Shark Tanks most successful products.

It's always good walking into the Shark Tank with a successful business background from the past. But I don't believe any contestant from any season can match the total sales of the SingTrix inventors John Devecka and Eric Berkowitz. At last count, the Guitar Hero Franchise has grossed over $2 billion and spawned sequel's in the process.

The cost for the entire SingTrix Karaoke Machine is only 349.99 which comes with everything you need to start singing like a professional. Included with this bundled set is a customized microphone with a home theater speaker system that's the most technologically advanced to pull off these almost magical singing abilities.

I can hardly imagine the valuation initially put on the Sing Trix Machine going into the Shark Tank, but it will not be cheap by any stretch of the imagination. These seasoned entrepreneurs already know exactly what it takes to create a new product to the point a larger company buys them out, exactly like most of the Sharks themselves.

See if the SingTrix Karaoke Machine can sing its way into a great deal on the Shark Tank Show this Friday night (Halloween Night) on Episode 609.

Singtrix Party Bundle Limited Edition Home Karaoke System


  1. Anonymous2:56 PM

    Can't believe they didn't take Damon's deal. I don't think they understood what he offered. His offer was 1.5 million for 25% AND he would provide ALL the financing for the inventory. This was different from the other offers in that the money they got from the other offers was to be used to buy inventory. In Damon's deal they could keep the 1.5 mill. In their pocket and tap Damon for additional capital. Additionally Damon's connections with music licensing and Samsung (a Korean co. And remember that karaoke is HUGE in Asia) would have been incredible assets. They really blew it.

  2. This machine actually works quite well and sounds rather professional. A bit pricey but the quality is worth the money.

  3. Anonymous8:00 AM

    I think the show editing has made viewers forget the facts as stated by the 2 founders. "we don't need someone to write us a check, we want someone to [join the team] to make us better"... "we have investors with that valuation" .... "we have a large exclusive retail distributor for the US and Europe" . Sounds like they're on their way with or without the sharks. I also saw a post from the shows producers that Singtrix turned down SharkTank 2 times then finally agreed. Also saw they will be in all the major retail box stores this so I'm off to the store to make sure I have one before they're sold out. It's the only gift my family wants this holiday!!! Good luck guys.

  4. Wow. Nice idea. I love the fact that it might improve my voice through that machine. I'm hoping that I can have that best karaoke machine soon.