I've been searching high and low across these boards for a similar topic, and haven't really found a solution/answer. I am looking at adding Karaoke as a major form of entertainment in my living room. I purchased my parents a Vocopro Hero-SV
a few years ago, and it works great. User friendly, tons of inputs, great Mics, etc. So I've considered going with a similar model, with more speakers. However, it occurred to me that I already have a 7.1 channel system in the room (Paradigm Monitor V6, 11's, ADP-390, CC-290), that are considerably better than the speakers in the cab.
My concern is that singing Karaoke out of those speakers could be damaging to them (definite no-no). So I am wondering if there is a "right way" to integrate Karaoke in to my existing system. I'd like the source to be a mix of Karafun (internet streaming), CD+G, and MP3+G. Ideally, I should have wireless microphones, and be able to run the audio/video from the pc wirelessly to the receiver, then output the graphics to my Panasonic plasma (via HDMI).
Current receiver is Pioneer VSX-21TXH (no airplay, or networking). I am willing to change anything that might be necessary, and buy all necessary equipment. Really want to buy quality stuff, that will last a while. Thanks for your input.