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Sega Kara (セガカラ) is a karaoke brand of created by Sega.
Since the 1990s, Sega have generally used the moniker whenever they have released something karaoke-related in Japan, although the company's roots in karaoke date back to at least the 1950s, when Sega distributed Rock-Ola machines in the country, followed by its first own-brand karaoke machine, the Sega 1000 in 1960. The Sega Kara name came into use when the Prologue 21 and Super Prologue 21 were released.
|Sega-related karaoke equipment/Sega Kara|
|Sega 1000 (1960) | Prologue 21 (199x) | Super Prologue 21 (199x) | Video Karaoke (200x) | Candoone (200x)|
|Mega-CD Karaoke (1992) | MKU-1 (1995) | Dreamcast Karaoke (2001)|
|Sega Kara for Dreamcast (2001) | Sega Kara for PC (200x) | Sega Kara (mobile) (2011)|