Singing Machine Fiesta Plus review

The Singing Machine Fiesta Plus is an all-in-one karaoke machine for anyone that wants a go-anywhere system with everything included.

Singing Machine Fiesta Plus review
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Top Ten Reviews Verdict

The Singing Machine Fiesta Plus is a decent all-in-one karaoke system for its price, though it struggled to produce loud, high-quality sound.


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    Lots of connections

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    Super portable

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    Built-in screen


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    Sound quality and projection could be better

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The Singing Machine Fiesta Plus karaoke machine is a streamlined, all-in-one system that comes with the portability and accessories to make your karaoke party a success. It includes two wired microphones, a 7-inch color display and a fun disco ball light feature for extra fun. 

It’s not the smallest machine, but it has a collapsible handle and wheels, so you can easily store or move it anywhere. Despite its large build, it is a quick process to get it setup and ready to use.

It's not the loudest or most bombastic option out there, but if you're looking for a robust, portable device that doesn't skimp on features then the Singing Machine Fiesta Plus is one of the best karaoke machines you could choose.

Singing Machine Fiesta Plus review: Design and build

Though it’s not the smallest karaoke system on the market, the Singing Machine Fiesta Plus is quite portable. It measures 15.6 x 15.6 x 25.2 inches and weighs 13.5 pounds. It has a telescopic handle and four wheels on the bottom, which you can use to move it around, much like rolling luggage. The system is portable enough and easy to store, yet attractive enough to leave on display.

The karaoke machine can play tunes from a variety of sources, including Bluetooth, USB and line-in, though it doesn’t have a CD player or SD card slot. Singing Machine even gives you 10 free music video downloads, which you can store on the included USB drive, to get you started. 

Singing Machine Fiesta Plus

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Two microphone ports give you the option to sing solo or with a friend. As with the Singing Machine Vibe, two wired microphones are included, so you can immediately sing duets without having to buy a second microphone. There’s also a port for you to plug in a guitar or keyboard, if you want to enhance your karaoke experience.

Singing Machine Fiesta Plus review: Features and performance

On-board controls, including external input volume and voice effects, make it easy for anyone to make adjustments to a song. However, in our tests we didn’t find volume levels to be powerful or high-quality enough. Most people who used the machine could barely hear the audio track over themselves singing, even when the machine was turned all the way up.

Independent volume controls for the microphones allow you to create the perfect balance in a song between vocals and track audio. Special vocal controls – like echo and balance control – let you add a layer of quality to your tracks. 

There is also a feature that lets you record your performances to the included USB drive to enjoy in the future. Additionally, the Auto Voice Control fades pre-recorded vocals out as soon as you start singing and can even fade them back in if you stop singing or forget the lyrics.

Should you buy the Singing Machine Fiesta Plus?

The Singing Machine Fiesta Plus is a versatile piece of karaoke equipment. The two mics and external input let you enjoy singing duets or accompany a friend on keyboard or guitar. 

Its compatibility with Bluetooth and other song source options make it a cinch to sing along with the latest songs, and you can easily read lyrics on the large 7-inch color monitor. The machine is portable and easy to store or transport, making it a sure bet for casual karaoke lovers.

Suzanne Humphries

Suzanne loves reviewing, playing with and owning all-things tech, especially if it pertains to hardware or video games. When she's not hard at work, you can find her hard at play, travelling, taking photos, gaming, reading, and listening to punk & ska. She currently works as an Associate Editor at Review Geek.