• Kyodo


Karaoke lovers can now sing their hearts out and hear their voices clearly even with masks on, thanks to a new feature recently installed on karaoke machines across Japan.

Individuals can find the new “mask effect” function on the popular Joysound machines often seen in karaoke parlors, according to Nagoya-based karaoke machine operator Xing Inc.

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