Top 4 Disney’s Frozen Karaoke Machines (the ONLY good ones)
Updated February 24, 2018
Beware: Most themed karaoke machines are garbage! Many manufacturers just mass-produce some low-quality electronic thing and throw some graphic stickers on it so they can sell it over-priced.
Don’t fall for it!
Instead, you should read this article to find out about the few decent options for Frozen Karaoke Machines. They actually do exist (among the huge amount of the less-than-decent on the market).
I’ve been a karaoke enthusiast for a long time, and I’ve recently looked through the newest players on the market to update this article. Here are the best Frozen-themed karaoke machines:
Disney’s own Frozen karaoke machine is my #1 favorite because the design and build quality is pretty good even though it is a player meant for children.
This neat little device has built-in speakers on the sides, a microphone connected to the back, a very easy-to-use interface of buttons facing you, and some LED lights surrounding it which flashes when it’s being used.
An added benefit is that it can be connected to a TV to display lyrics and to amplify the sound, in addition to a built-in radio and input for media. An included cable makes it possible to connect to most devices.
It also allows you to run it on batteries. Together with the handle on top, and weighing only 4.4 lbs., that makes it quite portable and can be used in either the living room or bedroom.
2 microphone jacks gives you the option of singing duets (but only one microphone is included). 2 songs are included on a CD. The recommended age is 5 months to 8 years
Basically, a nicely designed karaoke machine that is easy to use with included songs. That’s the reason it is our #1 choice.
If you’re considering this one, watch out for the knock-offs. If you use our link below, it will take you to an official supplier with excellent support and fast shipping.
Another Frozen-themed karaoke player from Disney, the “Amazon Exclusive” set. It’s a very similar machine to the one above in terms of its features and functions, but it has a more “classic” design.
This machine is also portable and has a handle at top, and easy to carry around at only 3.31 lbs. If you want to use it with batteries, it requires 6x C-type batteries.
Connect it to any smart phone, tablet, MP3 player or any other CD player. It supports 2 microphones so children can sing duets and not have to wait for their turn. But only one microphone is included with the machine
To display lyrics and get better sound, simply connect it to a TV. The bonus tracks “Let It Go” and “Do You Want To Build A Snowman” are included on the CD. Surrounding the front edges of the machine are LED lights that flashes while you play.
The recommended age from the manufacturer is 5 months to 8 years.
Basically, this is another great alternative for those who are looking for a Frozen karaoke machine. The link below will direct you to an official supplier.
Nothing is quite like disco lights when singing karaoke. What makes the Sakar machine different, is that it has a disco ball on the top that emit light, creating the right atmosphere for an authentic singing experience.
The design and functions are similar to the others in that they are basic and easy to use. It has the sisters from Frozen featured on the front, but this one also features a smart phone holder on one side, and a microphone holder on the other. And there are 2 handles on either side, instead of one at the top, and the weight is 4.17 lbs.
You can use it to play CD and CD+G, and you can connect it to a phone or tablet device. Recommended age from the manufacturer is 5 months to 8 years.
In essence, a solid product at a reasonable price. Check the link below to see if it’s still available.
This cool little Boombox is different than the rest. It’s like a mini karaoke player. Design-wise it’s very clever but at the same time very simple, with limited functions.
There are some built-in tunes like “Let It Go”, “In Summer”, and “For The First Time In Forever” and it can connect to a MP3-player and comes with a microphone.
Weighing only 1.1 lbs., it’s quite portable, and requires 3x AA batteries (included). It also has flashing lights while playing. The recommended age from the manufacturer is 36 months to 15 years.
It is quite limited in the different ways you can use it (using headphones is not possible) but it is cheap and easy to use. You can get it via the link below.
That’s all of them. And those are the only ones worth mentioning at the moment.
Karaoke is a great way for kids to boost singing confidence, practice reading and recognizing words.
It also gives them experience in sharing activities and to learn to have patience and wait for their turn, while still having fun. Every child should have one in my opinion.