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Hannah montana mmicrophone

I have the hannah montana microphone.. it is suppose to work with radio.. but lost directions... any help on how this thing works!

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  • loserg Feb 27, 2008

    i lost my Hannah Montana directons and i have no clue how to use it with the radio

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2008

    how does it work

  • fozdaug Mar 24, 2008

    I found this on Yahoo:



    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

  • Anonymous Aug 05, 2008

    threw directions out for hannah Montana Microphone,anyone know how to use it???

  • Anonymous Dec 26, 2008

    I bought this microphone for my daghter.
    I did everything you mentioned, and nothing works.
    what should I do?

  • shyekiera Dec 28, 2008

    can tune in microphone or keep the power on with fresh batteries.

  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2009

    I followed the instructions I found on yahoo, but all I could hear on the stations were.... the stations! How is this supposed to work?

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2009

    i got a mic but lost the directions and want to use it

  • karen-ann615 May 03, 2009

    My daughter bought this at a garage sale and we of course don't have the instructions. I just need to know which station we should be tuning the radio too to hear her?

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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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My daughter just got one of these as a present. It did absolutely nothing for us on the recommended 100fm station, but by scrolling through the numerous radio stations between 98.3 and 107.5 (...and we have MANY in that range here in Kingston, Ontario ) we found relative silence on 102.3fm. Low and behold! The thing actually works!!!! I have to admit that the "scratch" function is pretty pointless under any circumstance, but the kids get a kick out of the canned applause, and the range for the microphone function was not too bad! It worked clear across our house, but the quality of sound is as poor as should be expected from a toy. Anyhow, the result is that our kids (Aged 6 & 8) are having a blast with it as I type this. Try scanning along your dial and Good luck!

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Each microphone has a different FM Freq. If you can not find a Freq there is a very small hole in the mic near the Mic switch. You will need a jewlers screwdriver to make a freq. adjustment. Hold down the applause button while very close to your FM radio. use manual tuning until you hear applause. If there is a local station playing on the Freq you can insert the jewlers screwdriver into the small hole and change the FM Freq for the Mic. You only need to make "fractional adjustments" to change the Freq. setting. Once you make a mic freq. adjustment change the rado freq SLIGHTLY up and down until you hear the applause.

This should get anyone going that is having difficulty.

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Try 100.4 FM If in Detroit Area

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