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# 138488 6-Jan-2014 21:25
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We're looking for a couple of Wii microphones and would prefer not to pay an arm and a leg!

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  # 962148 6-Jan-2014 21:25
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  # 962167 6-Jan-2014 21:32
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I think being USB, you could try other platform's USB microphones from/for Rock Band or Guitar Hero, and also Logitech produces/produced many 3rd party game accessories and one being the Logitech USB Microphone (Rock Band microphone) - many suggested.




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  # 962390 7-Jan-2014 12:26
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Dealextreme have some listed starting at US$18 a pair.
They're described as compatible on multiple platforms (Wii/Wii U/PS3/PS2/XBox360/PC) so Chiefie's post above is likely correct.




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