How to Pair BONAOK Microphone: A Comprehensive Guide

The BONAOK Q37 Wireless Bluetooth Karaoke Microphone is a versatile and portable device that allows you to enjoy singing and music anytime and anywhere. As an avid user of the BONAOK microphone, I have gathered valuable insights and experiences on how to effectively pair it with different devices.

In this blog post, I will provide a detailed guide on how to pair the BONAOK microphone with Bluetooth, speaker, and iPhone. I will also cover other essential functions, including turning the LED lights on/off and testing the Bluetooth microphone. So, let’s dive in.

A Bonaok Microphone is a wireless handheld microphone that offers a range of impressive features. These include:

  • Bluetooth connectivity for seamless pairing with devices
  • Built-in speakers for immediate audio playback
  • Rechargeable battery for convenience and portability
  • Adjustable echo effect for added audio enhancement

Before we proceed, let’s take a look at the specifications of the BONAOK Q37 Wireless Bluetooth Karaoke Microphone:

Recommended Uses for Product: Singing, Karaoke
Connectivity Technology: Bluetooth
Connector Type: Micro USB, 3.5 mm Jack
Special Feature: Volume Control
Compatible Devices: Laptop, Personal Computer, Tablet, Smartphone
Color: Champagne
Included Components: Audio Cable, Charging Cable
Polar Pattern: Unidirectional
Item Weight: 621 Grams
Product Dimensions: 25 x 3.86 x 11.02 inches
Batteries: 1 Lithium Ion battery
Power Source: Battery Powered

Now, let’s get into the details of how to pair the BONAOK microphone:

How to Connect BONAOK Microphone to Android

  1. Turn on Bluetooth on your android phone.
  2. Look for the Bluetooth name “Q37” and click on it to pair and establish a connection.
  3. Once connected, the BONAOK microphone will make a ticking noise.
  4. Open a music app on your phone, such as Spotify or YouTube, and start playing music.

How to Connect BONAOK Microphone to a Speaker

  1. Before connecting, identify the input connector on your speaker.
  2. Use the appropriate cable adapters to connect the microphone’s output signal to the speaker input.
  3. Keep in mind that a mic-level signal is too faint to drive a loudspeaker without amplification.
  4. Once connected, you can control the volume and enjoy singing through the speaker.

How to Connect BONAOK Microphone to an iPhone

  1. When turning on the BONAOK microphone, the Bluetooth feature becomes active, indicated by a blue light and sound.
  2. On your iPhone, go to the Settings menu and turn on Bluetooth.
  3. Find the Bluetooth ID “Q37” on your smartphone, tablet, or computer and tap on it to connect the microphone to your iPhone.

How to Turn the Lights On/Off

To switch the LED lights on or off on the BONAOK microphone, press and hold the “M” button.
This will allow you to customize the lighting according to your preference.

How to Test the Bluetooth Microphone on Computer

  1. On your computer, right-click the sound icon in the Windows taskbar.
  2. Choose Sounds > Recording to access the recording settings.
  3. Your Bluetooth microphone should be listed there.
  4. Right-click the microphone and select “Set as Default Device” to make it the default recording device.
  5. Speak into the microphone to test if the audio is being captured properly.

Troubleshooting Common Pairing Issues

Despite the straightforward pairing process, you may encounter some common issues along the way. Here are a few troubleshooting tips:

What to Do When Your Microphone Won’t Connect

If your Bonaok Microphone fails to connect to your device, first ensure that Bluetooth is enabled on your device. Additionally, make sure that your microphone is in range and has sufficient battery power. If the issue persists, try restarting both your microphone and the device you’re trying to pair it with. If all else fails, consult the Bonaok support team for further assistance.

How to Reset Your Bonaok Microphone

If you’re experiencing persistent pairing issues or unusual behavior from your Bonaok Microphone, you might consider resetting it. To do this, locate the reset button, which is usually found at the bottom or on the side of the microphone. Use a small, pointed object like a paperclip to press and hold the reset button for a few seconds. This action will restore the microphone to its factory settings. Afterward, repeat the pairing process as outlined above.

Those are the main steps to pair and use the BONAOK microphone with different devices. However, you might still have some questions. Let’s address some frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the BONAOK Q37 Wireless Bluetooth Karaoke Microphone


Q: What does the “mode” button on the BONAOK microphone do?
A: The “mode” button switches the microphone between Bluetooth mode and SD card mode. If you insert an SD card, the microphone will automatically switch to SD card mode and play music from the card.

Q: Does the BONAOK microphone have an app?
A: The BONAOK microphone can be connected to popular karaoke apps like Smule, Yokee, and StarMaker through Bluetooth. Additionally, you can connect it to any device with an AUX connector for more music playback options.

Q: How can I connect my phone to the karaoke microphone?
A: For Android phones, you can connect using a micro-USB cable. For Apple devices, you can use the Lightning connector. Simply plug one end into the microphone and the other into your phone’s charging port.

Q: What settings are available on the BONAOK microphone?
A: The BONAOK microphone has professional, karaoke, and master modes to accommodate various situations such as speech, car karaoke, parties, and public speaking. It also supports duet singing with the BONAOK G50 microphone.

Q: How long does it take to charge the BONAOK microphone?
A: The BONAOK microphone has a 1200mAh battery that can be fully charged in approximately 2 hours. Once fully charged, it can be used for around 3 hours.

Q: Can I sing along to songs on my phone with the BONAOK microphone?
A: Yes, you can download karaoke apps on your Apple or Android smartphone and sing along with the BONAOK microphone. It can also be used with Google Chromecast.

Q: How do I connect the BONAOK microphone to my iPhone?
A: Simply turn on Bluetooth on your iPhone, turn on the microphone, wait while it locates your phone, and it should pair right away.

Q: How do I activate the microphone on my Android phone?
A: Go to the settings on your Android phone and navigate to “Site Settings.” Tap on the camera or microphone option, and then activate or deactivate the microphone as needed.

Q: Can the BONAOK microphone connect to a speaker?
A: Yes, the BONAOK microphone comes with a powerful portable wireless Bluetooth speaker. You can play music through the microphone using Bluetooth, a micro SD card, or an audio wire.

Q: Can I connect the BONAOK microphone to my smart TV?
A: For a Smart TV, you can connect the microphone through Bluetooth, launch a karaoke app, control the TV and microphone volume, and start singing through the microphone speaker. You can also use an AUX cable and TV adapter to connect the microphone to any TV.

Q: Can I connect a Bluetooth speaker to the BONAOK microphone?
A: No, a Bluetooth microphone and a Bluetooth speaker cannot directly connect to each other. They require a master-slave configuration, and both devices act as slaves. However, you can connect the BONAOK microphone to a Bluetooth-enabled device that functions as a speaker.

Q: How does a Bluetooth wireless microphone work?
A: A Bluetooth wireless microphone like the BONAOK microphone transmits its output signals wirelessly through built-in transmitters. The microphone’s audio signal is converted into a carrier signal by the transmitter and then wirelessly transmitted to a receiver. The receiver decodes the signal and outputs the original microphone signal.

Q: Does the iPhone have a microphone setting?
A: Yes, you can access the microphone settings on your iPhone by going to Settings > Privacy. Make sure the app you’re using has access to the microphone.

Q: Why won’t my Bluetooth microphone on my iPhone work?
A: If you’re experiencing issues with your Bluetooth microphone on your iPhone, try unpairing and repairing the device. Additionally, check your Siri accessibility settings and make sure the microphone is enabled.

Q: How do I access the settings for my microphone?
A: To access the microphone settings on your computer, navigate to Start > Settings > Privacy > Microphone. From there, you can grant or deny microphone access to various apps.

I hope these FAQs have provided answers to your questions about the BONAOK Q37 Wireless Bluetooth Karaoke Microphone.

In conclusion

The BONAOK Q37 Wireless Bluetooth Karaoke Microphone is a versatile and feature-packed device that allows you to enjoy singing and music in various settings.

By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can easily pair the microphone with Bluetooth, a speaker, or your iPhone.

Don’t forget to test the microphone and explore its settings to customize your singing experience. Whether you’re singing at home, in the car, or at a party, the BONAOK microphone is perfect for all occasions.