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I had a similar problem with a sure sm 57 that I used on a guitar amp. I don't know if this is the correct fix but it worked for me. I took thin strips of paper to use as spacers and placed them evenly around the coil. I used a hot melt glue gun and placed 3 small drops around the edge of the coil. Remove the spacers and the coil should be secure.
Here is a link to what your looking for, http://pro-audio.musiciansfriend.com/product/Yamaha-CM500-Headset-with-BuiltIn-Microphone?sku=245012
I can't tell from the add but hopefully it comes with adapters for both plugs that will work on your mixer. It does have the one for the headphones but the one for the mic is not clear, they are not interchangeable.
You would obviously plug the headphones into the headphone jack. The knob labeled "Phones/Control Room" will control the volume without changing what's being broadcast. What you hear in you phones is exactly what you are broadcasting.
The microphone needs to go into either mono channel 1 or 2. The adapter for it needs to be a mono Tip/Sleeve adapter as the more common stereo Tip/Ring/Sleeve adapter may cause some problems. You can tell the difference by looking at how many sections are on the plug divided by a little black line. Two sections is mono, three is stereo.
Adjust you microphone level by setting the volume knob, the one on the very bottom, to the 12 o'clock position. Then turn the gain knob, the smaller plastic one on the very top, until the desired volume is reached. If you experience any clipping or distortion turn the gain knob down until it goes away. These are general settings, you may want to experiment until you get the best level without noise.