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My cm500's are hooked up to my yamaha mlc 100 but the microphones are not working at all even though they are advertised to be compatible with any product???

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Here is a link to what your looking for,
http://pro-audio.musiciansfriend.com/product/Yamaha-CM500-Headset-with-BuiltIn-Microphone?sku=245012

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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.

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