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My understanding is the wireless mics connect directly to the console, not the controller. But the wireless mics are ridiculously expensive (around $50?) and if you use it you can't use one of the wireless singing mics they have.
They really designed the MIDI Pro adapter for XBox 360 without a jack for a headset? That's incredibly shortsighted.
This is no replacement for a proper headset, but can't a Kinect sensor act as a mic for chatting?
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When in all doubt, there's still text messaging, and if you're tired of typing with an instrument/controller, use a USB keyboard. This is kinda one of the reasons why I wish all games that involve online play would use text chatting as an alternate method.
There are STILL other methods of communication. Maybe not as quick as you want, but if you prefer not to apply breaks to yourself and others, they're there for such reasons.
Last edited by Oddbrother; 08-04-2012 at 02:23 AM.
If it were implemented directly into the game software such that any typing goes directly into a chat window, however (a la an MMORPG), that would be a different story.
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