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An line-level input, which is what your car's aux in jack is, presents a relatively high impedance to the source - generally 10k ohms. Your 'phones have a much lower impedance, typically 32 ohms for PMP phones. It's possible to distinguish between them in that way.
To enable the sound icon on the top menu bar, only once you have to go to System Preferences-> Sound-> Show volume in menu bar alt/option + click on the Sound icon on the menu bar to get this dropdown and select the desired output or input device
You might want to try this solution from Apple's own forum (be sure to back-up your Bookmarks first): Open a Finder window. Select your Home folder in the Sidebar on the left. Now open the Library folder then the Safari folder. Move the LastSession.plist and the Downloads.plist files from the Safari folder to the Trash. Restart your Mac. ...
A drop is a drop - 1 foot or 10 feet - you dropped it. More than likely, you broke something on the I/O Board This goes for around $70 on Amazon. I just purchased one to fix a friends 2012 MBA and it was super easy to fix. You just have to remove the back cover and one screw holds this board in place. It removes pretty easily.
It turns out the answer is reasonably simple, and completely obtuse. You need to open the "Audio MIDI Setup" application (in /Applications/Utilities, if you haven't moved it), show the "Audio Devices" window (if it isn't open already), and choose the USB High Speed Audio device (hopefully there's only one - it should show '0 in / 2 out' for the DA-300). ...
There's no easy way to do this by standard means of iOS (current fresh iOS v.9.3.1), without "jailbreaking" and intruding to the inner-workings of iOS. Headsets with wire If are using headsets with wire, then we can blame higher/lower impedance difference in the headphones. High-impedance headsets would require higher signal levels to produce the same ...
This question has an open bounty and can't be closed right now as a duplicate... but there's duplicate question+answers, which probably would be the main reference, and the current question could be closed. Anyways, I have given the extended reply there. Just to summarize in your context: There's no easy way to do this by standard means of iOS (current ...
The iPhone 6s will definitely deliver better results. While I cannot speak of the iPhone 5's audio performance, there has obviously been an improvement between the iPhone 4 to 6 with the ability to play 24-bit audio. The iPhone 6's DAC measures very well up to the maximum 48kHz samplerate. In-depth review To compare it against the iPad mini, ...
It sounds like you have three sources - two mics and the computer which is also doing the recording. What you need is a mixer like the PreSonus 4x4 (I don't know of a 3 channel mixer). This will give you control over the sound levels and profile of each source as well as a way to record them all on your computer. I personally have used these in ...
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