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Where can I buy a microphone optimizer for this unit?

My microphone is damaged..where can I buy another one to caliberate it?

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  • vsark2003 Aug 02, 2008

    Thanks. This is part number for the Remote.
    Does anyone have the part number for the microphone optimizer?

  • big b 323 Oct 19, 2008

    i have lost my set up mic for my ysp-800 system and would like to know if you have any idea of where i can get one from in uk?


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We have all the Yamaha Optimizer Microphones available on our website and in our warehouse ready to ship.

Posted on Oct 01, 2009

I called Yamaha and they have it in stock..$31.50 + shipping.

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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Yamaha would be the best to contact there is such a back order everywhere that its gonna be next to non to find anywhere but to back order.

Order by phone at 1-800-292-2982, then press 5, then 9888, Weekdays: 8 am to 4 pm Pacific Time (Closed 12-1 pm). If you are within the USA or Puerto Rico and wish to inquire directly to Yamaha Electronics Corporation, USA about the availability and cost of a replacement remote

Model # Part #
YSP-800 WF756400

hope that helps and good luck!

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

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    Wesley Gardner Aug 02, 2008

    Well I contacted a few places and so far no luck with the mic I will know on tuesday if its possible to get one. so I will keep you posted of my findings. the person I had talked to stated they dont ushally sell them seperatly but only as a whole unit.

    Try contacting yamaha directly to find out if they would get you a replacement mic optimizer. since they dont ushally sell them seperatly its gonna be hard to find a part number for it. is there anything written on the mic that you have?


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