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Yes, a universal remote control should work on this TV since all remote controls utilizes infrared sensing technology. However, not all functionalities and features of your TV can be accessed using a universal remote control, thus only the basics like volume and channel controls but some advance features like menu setup might not work.
It appears to be a problem with USB and the clock sample rate of the mic. You need to go into your Applications/Utilities folder to find your Audio MIDI Setup. In there you can choose the device for input and manually set the sample rate (usually 44.1K or 48K). Keep that window open while you record, and you'll find that the mic will reset itself to another sample rate on its own... don't know why, and Samson's support is pretty non-existent, so I can't get any answers from them. If you simply reset the sample rate in the Mac's Audio MIDI Setup utility the problem will clear itself up. But, with Garage Band, you'll then get a very bad latency issue that will force you to restart Garage Band to reestablish a near-zero latency. It's annoying, but it does work. (In Soundtrack Pro I can reset it without having to restart the application.)
Double click your sound icon in the lower right and corner of your system tray, or go to your control panel and sound options. What you need to do is enable the microphone playback feature. In your control panel go to Sounds and Audio Devices > click the audio tab at the top of the new window that opens > under default devices click the Volume button > this should bring up your Volume control panel. From there look at Microphone and make sure the Mute check box is unchecked. Then move the fader up to adjust sound. What this does is allows you to hear anything that the mic is picking up, through either speakers or headphones.