Choose from six voice changing effects, from “robot” to “radio,” and experiment with three different sound effects that you can layer on as well. There’s no need for a separate karaoke machine either – pair the mic via Bluetooth to stream music from your phone or favorite karaoke app, and the backing track will play from the mic’s built-in speaker.
Don’t have access to a karaoke track? A “lead vocal cancellation” feature turns down the main voice in a regular song, so that your voice comes through loud and clear. The included rechargeable battery gets you up to six hours of singing time on a single charge.
While the original Carpool Karaoke Mic was designed for solo performances, the new version lets you pair a second mic for duets. The new mic is a hit with fans too: the Karaoke Mic 2.0 currently has a 4.5-star rating (out of five) from more than 10,000 reviews online.
The new Carpool Karaoke Mic is available in three colors: Black and Gold, White and Gold, and Rose Gold and Black. Get it on Amazon now for $59.
James Corden recently revealed that it may be a while before we see any new episodes of Carpool Karaoke, as producers have yet to find a safe way to do the segment during COVID. While you wait, you can pick up the Carpool Karaoke Mic for a sing-along session at home. This is an officially-licensed product with The Late Late Show and CBS.