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Magic Mic (commonly known as Magic Sing) is a trade mark of karaoke microphones manufactured by Enter Tech that have embedded songs and require an external video display. This configuration makes them light and portable.

Enter Tech was the first manufacturer to release a portable karaoke microphone called Magic Sing in 2000. The first completely wireless Magic Sing microphone was ED-11000, which was released in 2006. The ET-18000, released in 2007 is completely wireless; it also has a SD card slot to accommodate a picture customized background from the user.

In the Philippines, Magic Sing is used to promote tourism by showcasing tourism spots as the picture background. The Philippine Department of Tourism and WOW Magic Sing agreed to cooperate in this endeavor to take advantage of the portability of the device to advocate awareness of tourism.

Extreme Magic Sing[]

(Mid 2000s)[]

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Famax Singalong[]

(2000s)[]

Logo: We see a blue still picture of birds flying and on the ground with the text:

VERSION 5.20HM

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followed by tiles of the same picture with the center zooming in. Then tiles of the word "FAMAX" (in a futuristic font with a pink-yellow gradient, with shadows to the right) with "Singalong" in a cursive font below "FAMAX" with "www.entergisul.com" in white at the bottom of the screen zooms in. All the text has a black outline. If you press any button, the FAMAX logo disappears.

Availability: Rare.

Magic Singalong[]

(2000s)[]

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Magic Sing[]

1st Logo (2004)[]

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