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Old May 29th, 2001, 05:42 AM
Ken Ken is offline
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We have known David Cox of MTU for 1 1/2 years now and have never met a more caring, sincere, and loyal person to buy product off. His backup support is second to none. And the experience of dealing with David Cox, and getting to know him, would only enhance your life.

If you are contemplating buying Karaoke Pro or any of the other products from David, rest assured you will be making a great decision. We have found Karaoke Pro and Microeditor, very easy to use and very stable. Under power failure conditions the product is bullet proof, unlike any product we have ever used. Bill Gates would do well to take a few lessons from David about software bugs) i.e. no blue screens.

About the songs and discs we have produced with Karaoke Pro, we have been told by international karaoke wholesale companies that our karaoke songs are in the world "TOP 3" for quality, sound and word sweep accuracy.

The only negative comment reported (if you can call it that) about our songs is that the sound is too loud. When a Karaoke Host goes from another Karaoke disc to one of ours, the volume is higher. However, the sound is extremely clean with amazing presence. We also host Karaoke shows, using 2000 to 3000 watts RMS, so we know what "presence" is all about.

Thank you David for all your fine work.

We give this testimonial willingly and without hesitation.

Ken and Leanne Willis
THE KARAOKE COMPANY.......from Down Under
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Old February 15th, 2004, 04:54 AM
Ken Ken is offline
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Just to clarify the above statement...

The testimonial given above is in relation to the
original Karaoke Pro, which is a lot different i.e. the commercial one, that works inside microeditor's a lot more capable...and it's no longer sold I believe.

Ken and Leanne

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