They use "super voice" (Chinese) to refer to the winner of TVB's singing contest show, The Voice. The Voice is supposedly a knock-off of US's American Idol, but really, I don't think winner of this show can actually become an "idol" nor the so called "super voice."
Look at its winners. The result is already announced more than two weeks ago. First place belongs to Mainland contestant, Wang Wen; Second: HK contestant, Ho Sze Wai; Third: Mainland contestant, Zhao Wen. The rest of those comforting awards are given to the ABC who did quite bad in his last performance, Lam Shi Kit, and the popular, fake Wu Zun, Hui Ting Hung. Just looking at the first place, and we all know she will not become a super star, at least in the Hong Kong music industry. It doesn't matter she has a good voice/super voice or not, it's not good enough to shape her into an actual star, or what I call "products." People in HK don't really care. Super star? NAH
Second place Ho Sze Wai is a potential star, however, she already said she will focus on her studies at this time, so that means she might release an album or something when she gets older. What's the point? She already lost the perfect timing and opportunity.
Other winners...."Best Improvement" & "Popularity Award"--they're not starry, both the award and people. No good, not good enough to be a "super star".
To sum it up, this show failed. It failed to produce a "super star" for its local industry. The act of adding Mainland and Taiwanese contestants after they won is RIDICULOUS. Unless you were there in show from the beginning and you won, I don't care where you're from; but winning the contest when you came during the show, it's not fair to the other contestants and the audience, who have been there since its first audition.
(I really like this article by Mr. Chu from Singtao Newspaper: 《 超級巨聲 》沉寂終結)
(*edit*....i just realized I wrote 'I really this article'...missing 'like' -.-)