I'm testing the same thing with my Mac mini and a headset. +1 for the question. –Jonik Jan 31 '10 at 0:54 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes Anybody know anything about this? The answer is quit simple: You've got a Mac mini or iMac and you've found that the mic you have always used for Karaoke or Skype chat on a PC What is that port for?It does show in my sound input in settings which again is why I thought it should work. this contact form
I have also noticed that when I plug in a headphone, then close the lid of my MacBook Pro so it goes into sleep mode, remove the headphone and open the Usually laptops pair a mic jack with a headphone jack. What is a positive descriptor for someone that doesn't care about anything/is always neutral? I've tried normal cheap microphones and they do not work. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6574975?start=0&tstart=0
So what should you do? WHen you have the microphone plugged in, and the input level is maxed, does the volume meter move at all when you test the mic? I'm going to use the Griffin iMic, which (luckily) I happen to have laying around to connect my Plantronics headset with boom mic.
neither with a software call screen movie recorder 4.1 Why i can't adjust my MASTER MIC LEVEL ????? share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Log in Useful Searches Recent Posts Options Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion Usb Mic Adapter Apple Mac Mini You could try a dynamic mic which does not need a supply but audio outputs from dynamic mics is very low and will probably not work.
Apple Hardware Apple Desktops Apple Notebooks Apple TV Other Hardware and Peripherals Developer Playground iOS Development OS X - Development and Darwin « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Information Mac Mini Microphone Not Working I swap it out with other audio recording products, and it's never an issue using the microphone. At first i had logmeindriver.... So then I tried all three in my old G5 and a Dell Netbook, still nothing works.
READ IT ALL. Mac Mini Microphone 2014 What did microphones ever do wrong to Steve? 18. Is there any benefit from using SHA-512 over SHA-256? Oh yea, and I have a few memes.
Finally I came here read about the Line In is not the same as Mic In. http://itenlightenment.com/mac-mini/mac-mini-dvd-burner-not-working.html I got confused with this too - I tried three different passive mics, none of them worked. http://osxdaily.com/2013/05/04/use-hdmi-audio-output-mac-os-x/ Reply Graham says: March 2, 2015 at 9:22 am Hi, your solution may help many but does not fix the main Yosemite audio bug. Any suggestions? Mac Mini Microphone Jack
What is the solution to no sound from the Line-In ? 40. It's a line in and you CAN plug any microphone into it and it works fine. See this: http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=14553841 I've used several different USB mics on a Mac mini. 3 of them were Logitech. http://itenlightenment.com/mac-mini/mac-mini-audio-jack-not-working.html Reset pram, turned off bluetooth, rebooted, no red light coming out if any ports. 2011 iMac.
Eldon Wiancko | March 4th, 2011 at 12:26 am What are they talking about? Mac Mini Audio Input Not Working Reset pram, turned off bluetooth, rebooted, no red light coming out if any ports. 2011 iMac. is there a way i can troubleshoot this like on Windows?
Had this problem ever since updating to Yosemite. Reply timothy says: March 1, 2015 at 4:30 pm I've noticed the same thing with other apps and putting in the headphones even, it's like OS X won't recognize the device Here's how to quickly fix the missing audio output on a Mac. Microphone For Mac Mini 2012 Reply With Quote 09-16-2012,08:51 PM #14 windomearle View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Apr 23, 2012 Posts 4 How to create external power supply I was reading your post and
Apart from this annoyance and the crippled Intel integrated video card though I love my mini 8) It's like media playback through your PC/iTunes with the iPhone and iPod. I have an apple display and when it was connected if would automatically know to play audio out of the display. however i am unable to change the master mic volume... his comment is here the sound is perfect, but the mic doesn't seem to work.
The problem began after an Applestore replaced my internal hard drive. Have you had any of these mics work previously on the Mini? It is a shame that Apple does not include the lame line-level input on the Mac mini with a true mic-level input (to power the mic). Reply ERik says: April 11, 2015 at 3:55 am Problem solved.
No, create an account now. That means it's not providing any power to the device, so an unpowered computer mic is not going to work. How can I fix this problem without having to shove a toothpick in the plug socket? share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply velvetlounger, Dec 26, 2012 velvetlounger macrumors member Joined: Jun 12, 2012 #14 I was just on with Apple
Please Contact metro specific details Thanks Reply MacDufus says: March 2, 2015 at 3:27 pm I have noticed that when I press the top row key 4th from the right side There is a temporary workaround (https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6602025?start=45&tstart=2), and it's worked for me. Now, I have to manually select it from system preferences or for the menu bar. I like my Sony stereo boom mic so I will use that in the earphone port.
asked 3 years ago viewed 42325 times active 10 months ago Related 9Mac OSX microphone input volume level auto-adjusts - can it be disabled?4External Microphone input for MacBook Air 20121What cable Attack and Release times of the Automatic Gain Control Do I need an Indie Studio Name? It's easy to find forums talking about problems connecting mic's to Apple macs but they don't get straight to the point about why a normal mic won't work on a Mac.