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Where do I plug in the usb microphone connection?

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In the back of your wii are 2 usb connections. If you bought rockband and want to use the extention for the usb you plug the extention in the usb port and then plug the mic in the extention. The usb ports are twords the top left hand corner on the back of your wii. Enjoy singing!

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