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Go to System Preferences -> Sound -> Output. There it will say choose a device for sound output,with a table listing the Mac's speakers or Apple TV, and if you have headphones then also those.


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In cases where something appears to work, but it is not following your commands: Logging as different user and try again, to check if your profile/permissions needs repairs. Open Disk Utility located in your utility folder, and use the Repair Permissions.


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When I play music using the ATV interface, the sound quality is horrible. When I hit play in iTunes and route to ATV, it sounds fine. I've done a blinded test on this, and it is horribly obvious. I'm not going to downvote the answer that says there's no difference, since it might have something to do with which version of the ATV I have. But on my setup, ...


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I had the same problem with TL-WPA4220 - the powerline wifi didn't seem to be passing multicast traffic to and from my Macbook Air (including Sonos, AirPlay to Apple TV, Dropbox LAN sync, and plain ping 192.168.1.255). I tried reducing the TL-WPA4220 from 40MHz to 20MHz, and I don't know why, but everything seems to be working now: As part of basic RF ...


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You can record your iPhone screen in OS X if you connect your iPhone with your Mac via cable. You can then select your iPhone as an input device in QuickTime (or any other recording software). Note: This will only work if your iOS device has at least iOS 8 and your Mac has at least OS X 10.10


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The HDMi adapter uses a lot of power as it is also doing video conversion. It even drains your bettery while NOT showing video, just by being plugged in.


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My airplay icon disappeared from my Mac Airbook during use. Tried the suggested solutions, resetting etc, didn't work. Went to system preferences > display and then ticked box in bottom LH corner - "show mirroring options in the menu bar when available". Icon re-appeared. Don't know why it disappeared in first place!


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Try restoring the Apple TV to its factory setting via iTunes, link here. We've had a handful of Apple TVs exhibiting odd behaviour and restoring via iTunes has restored normal function. You will need a micro-USB cable to do this.



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