5 Best Karaoke Microphones for iPhones and Smartphones


Bluetooth karaoke microphones have made it super easy to set up karaoke using an iPhone or other smartphone device. In this article, I’ll compare 5 top karaoke microphones that are perfect for pairing with your smart device and offer an inexpensive, and compact way to set up karaoke in just a few minutes.

Quick Comparison

Here is a table comparing the features and specifications of these 5 best karaoke microphones for smartphones and iPhones.

FeatureBONAOK Q37Miracle M37BlueFire 4 in 1GOODaa MicrophoneBONAOK 2021 G50
Battery Life4-8 hoursUp to 4 hours5-6 hoursUp to 8 hoursUp to 10 hours
Party LightsYesYesYesNoYes
Record OptionYesNoYesYesYes
Lyric EliminatorNoYesNoNoYes
EffectsEchoEchoNoneReverb4 modes, reverb, EQ
Price$$$$$$$$$$$$
Karaoke microphones for iPhone/ smartphone

Here are the links to the microphones on Amazon:

1. BONAOK Q37 Bluetooth Microphone

  • 4-8 hours battery life
  • LED-party lights and effect built-in
  • Colours: blue, black/red, black/gold, purple, rose gold, rose red
  • Option to record your singing
  • Connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth or cable (micro USB to AUX)

Here is a link to the BONAOK Bluetooth Microphone on Amazon

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2. Miracle M37 Karaoke Microphone

  • Up to 4 hours battery life
  • Echo effect built-in
  • Lyric elimination feature for backing tracks
  • Supports a duet mode so smartphones can be connected to two microphones at a time
  • Colours: black/ gold
  • Connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth or cable (micro USB to AUX)

Here is a link to the Miracle M37 Karaoke Microphone on Amazon

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3. BlueFire Bluetooth 4 in 1 Karaoke Wireless Microphone

  • Up to 6 hours battery life
  • Option to record your singing
  • Built-in LED party lights
  • Colours: black, blue, gold, pink, purple, red, silver
  • Connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth or cable (USB to AUX)

Here is a link to the BlueFire Bluetooth 4 in 1 Karaoke Wireless Microphone on Amazon

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4. GOODaaa Wireless Bluetooth Karaoke Microphone

  • Up to 8 hours battery life
  • Supports a duet mode so smartphones can be connected to two microphones at a time
  • Reverb effect built-in
  • Colours: black, pink, white, rose gold, black/red
  • Option to record your singing
  • Connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth or cable (micro USB to AUX)

Here is a link to the GOODaaa Wireless Bluetooth Karaoke Microphone on Amazon

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5. BONAOK 2021 G50 Wireless Bluetooth Karaoke Microphone

  • Up to 10 hours battery life
  • LED-party lights, EQ and reverb effect built-in
  • 3 voice modes
  • Lyric elimination feature for the backing track
  • Duet function allows you to singing with two G50 microphones
  • Colours: black
  • Connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth or cable (micro USB to AUX)

Here is a link to the BONAOK 2021 Wireless Bluetooth Karaoke Microphone on Amazon

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How to Set Up Karaoke on a Smartphone

Here is a step-by-step method to setting up karaoke on an iPhone/ smartphone device:

  1. Download a karaoke app, or use YouTube to select a song.
  2. Pair your karaoke microphone with your smartphone by going into your smartphone’s settings, then Bluetooth and turning this on. Make sure no other devices are connected.
  3. Make sure you are pressing the Bluetooth connection option on your microphone and it will appear in your Bluetooth settings on your phone. Tap it to pair.
  4. Alternatively, you can use a micro USB to AUX cable.
  5. Adjust the volume and any other settings on your microphone and you’re ready to go.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the answers to some more questions you might have about setting up karaoke on a smartphone.

What is the best free karaoke app?

If you’re looking for some karaoke apps to get you started, then have a look at my article on the 10 best karaoke apps for Apple and Android devices.

How do I set up karaoke on YouTube?

You can set up karaoke on YouTube using your phone by first connecting your wireless Bluetooth microphone to your device, then by searching YouTube for the right song. However, if you want to use more equipment than just your phone, then it can get a bit more complicated, so I’ve written a full guide here as well.

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