Hi one of my kids have yanked the wires out from the junction box on the guitar hero mic, The connection is the little box about 6 inches from the usb connection, one end has 2 wires still intact the other end there are 5 wires all yanked red, green, white and 2 blacks, does anyone have any idea of the correct way they should be soldered back on
In all honesty, there is really no point in trying to fix this problem. Check for the PS3 Vantage USB Mic Logitech at Gamestop. You can pick this up for about $20 and is well worth spending the money for instead of the aggravation of trying to fix the old one.
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It depends on which version of Rock band you are playing, Rock band 1 will not work with Guitar Hero guitars at all, but Rock Band 2 on the wii will except them. and for the microphone you have to have a seperate wiimote sync'd up tho count as the controller for the the game to recognize the mic.
wel if its a wireless mik make sure the number on the mik is the same as the number on the guitar or drums or even the controller but if its a wired mik well then the wire inside the mik must have brokin away but i reccomend useing a wireless mik wen playing guitar hero wt its a lot easier on urself.
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POSTED @ 1713 (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) FEBRUARY 6, 2009 BY JOEBOBMCSLOB:
I know it's frustrating but here goes:
Get a PS3 camera (PLAYSTATION EYE - is what mine says on the back). Not sure if it HAS to be the one from Sony (Playstation Eye) or if any other will work, but my PS3 camera from Sony I bought did work perfectly for this "crack"
Unplug the Guitar Hero microphone and set it off to the side somewhere. IT MUST BE UNPLUGGED FROM THE PS3 FOR THIS TO WORK
Go into the Guitar Hero game and plug in your PS3 camera, the blue light on the camera will come on
Now plug in the Guitar Hero microphone
Now go to the training mode, or start a band, or whatever you want and you will see that the vocals are enabled
Simply unplug your PS3 camera and you can use the microphone that came with Guitar Hero, like you're supposed to be able to
I know this is a BAD, BAD, BAD experience for you to go through, but I think it had something to do with PS3 system updates after they released all the hardware and software for Guitar Hero III. Hopefully you didn't return all your gear already...
I don't work for Sony, I'm an electrical engineer/gamer hobby enthusiast.