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Hanna montana fm wireless micropho0ne

Hannah montana fm wireless microphone; my daughter threw away the instructions and i don't know how to get it to work. is it supposed to be in synch with an fm radio station? if so, which one? thanks

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Click here, someones scaned the instructions

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Hannah montana mmicrophone

I found this on Yahoo:

I Have The Directions Here
1. for best proformance please note the following
a. place the FM radio in an area of minimal nosie and interference
b. do not set vol to max
c. has to be within 15 ft
d. hear your own voice, will not be brodcasted over the radio
e. in some areas, all frequencies in 92 to 106 FM range could be occupied by a local radio station. in this rare case, your mic will not be functional
3. move mic close to radio while tuning, tuning into frequnecy may take practice. may need to move your radio dial slowly and sing or talk in to the mic

Buttons on the mic:
A.... Applause
S.... DJ Scracth Efeect
M.... Mic
Source(s): Hanna Montana FM wirless mic instruction manual

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