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It can be done, although you need to find the Mavericks volume feedback sound file. The filename is "volume.aiff" and (for both Mavericks and Yosemite) it is located in: /System/Library/LoginPlugins/BezelServices.loginPlugin/Contents/Resources Find the Mavericks volume feedback sound file and put it on your Desktop for easy access. Open the Terminal and ...


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Based on the model of your computer (iMac 27" Mid 2011) you should be using the drivers located at http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1720 on your copy of Windows 8/8.1.


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Seemingly this is a feature and you can't change it. Other Mac have the same problem. You juste can mute the sound of the internal speaker during the boot. http://superuser.com/questions/770364/why-does-my-macbook-play-the-startup-sound-through-the-speakers-rather-than-thro


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When the computer is first powered on and before the OS has started, it plays a system sound (a "bong") to let you know the computer is starting. The problem is that at that point, the computer has no access to your USB audio device, since it would require that the OS be loaded with a device driver for that device, in order to use it to play a sound. I ...


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Sliding up the menu from the bottom of the screen gives you access to the currently playing music app (as well as to things like the Flashlight or Airplane mode toggle). Touch the name of the song playing and it will take you to the app playing the song.


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This bugged me as well. You can change it by modifying the sound it plays. Open Terminal.app and execute the following commands. First navigate to the following directory: cd /System/Library/LoginPlugins/BezelServices.loginPlugin/Contents/Resources Then make a backup of the Yosemite sound, if you want to. sudo cp volume.aiff volume_backup.aiff ...


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I have same issue, contacted Teac support and recieved the following Thank you for contacting TEAC-Audio. Our engineering department is currently working on this issue. Please be so kind to check our webpage periodically for further info, or a possible driver update. Thank you for your understanding. MfG / Sincere Regards J├╝rgen Customer Support ...


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I used quicktime + soundflower. Worked well :)


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The ATR3350 is not compatible with Macbook Pro. Nor is it compatible with iOS devices. It's a turkey and I regret having bought it. The manufacturer is deliberately misleading people about this unit.


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Solution is, plug in a headphone/earpiece, then unplug. Worked for me.



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