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Please let me know what brand your universal remote is and the model so I can further help you. Usually, there is a sticker under the battery cover that tells you what model it is. I would be glad to help.
No. The aux audio level input is much higher than the microphone output (about 100 times). That's why when you connect the microphone at the aux input (assuming that you have the right jack adaptors) your voice can't be heared ty the speakers (in fact if you scream or speak loudly at the microphone it's possible to hear something in very low volume from the speakers). But there is a solution. If you desperetely need that function, you can buy a "microphone preamplifier", that's the way you can ask for, at your local market. Post for any help.