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    I have plenty of mics and head phones. And I have plenty of USB cords, iphone, cameras, chargers, ect. I hear mw3 is only compatable with headbanger headsets. I imagine there's a way around this providing I get the wiring right.

    I'm hoping one of you soft moders arnt afraid to get your hands dirty.
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    You're better off buying one and saving yourself the hassle. Also please do not double post, allow 24hrs for a response, if you need to add anything before 24hrs has passed then use the edit button.

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    If he read the rules, he's have known that. Which he didn't.

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    If I'm understanding what you are asking you correctly, this isn't possible or at least it's extremely improbable with the devices you have. You have to have something in between the speakers and mic and a USB cord. An amp for the speakers and a preamp for the mic. Then you have to translate that into a langue the Wii could understand.


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    I have those things. I just just don't know the software involved.

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    The "software involved" is the headset driver that is part of the game. There isn't any way for you to change or modify that.

    Plugging in a new headset into a computer will install a new set of drivers for that piece of hardware. We can't do that with Wii games. We're limited to what is already allowed in the game.

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    And probably software in an embedded system on the usb headset
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