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I think you'll also need Jack http://jackaudio.org. Do the following mappings: as mentioned create a Multidevice with the Soundflower 16 and the built in audio. Next select soundflower 16 as the device for audio output in System Preferences. (Sys. Audio is Routed to Soundflouwer Input 1/2) If you wana here your Game play select Bultin Output in ...


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Go to System Preferences > Sound Settings > Output and select your headphones.


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When you are using a digital out device, the Mac simply passes the digital signal to the receiving device where the settings should be adjusted, this is the correct behavior. Unless your Mac is mistaking the headphones as a digital device when they are really analog, then this isn't a Mac issue. To determine if it is a Mac issue I'd try plugging in another ...


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3.5 mm ports on Macbook Airs don't support regular 3.5mm audio in plugs. Their 3.5 mm ports only support "three ring" plugs. How to use an external microphone with a MacBook Air The 3.5 mm audio port on Macbook Pros can do regular audio in and audio out. But they default to out and needs to be changed to audio in using the "Use audio port for:" option from ...


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You can't! What I do is either "Quit iTunes" or delete the tract (I only delete if I already have the song on a DVD; I can add it back to my library at a later date). iTunes is not user friendly. I use it sparingly.


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The only way to do this without a third party app is directly from iTunes. In the top area of the iTunes windows you'll see the AirPlay icon. Click on that and then select Multiple to select multiple AirPlay targets to stream the audio (and/or video) to at the same time: To stream to multiple AirPlay devices from outside iTunes you'll need to invest in ...


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Like this say "some long text here" without waiting until completion


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You can do this by getting Terminal to run the line of AppleScript: set myscript to "say \"some long text here\"" ignoring application responses tell application "Terminal" do script "osascript -e " & quoted form of myscript end tell end ignoring


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I just recently has the same issue on my Macbook Pro 13" (late 2011). To fix the problem, I first reset my PRAM, and then my NVRAM. To reset your PRAM, shutdown your computer, press the power button, then immediately hold command-option-p-r until you hear the startup chime. To reset your NVRAM, keep the four buttons pressed in until your computer restarts ...


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I can't be sure, but I think that the first step to solve the problem is to check the connection of speakers to motherboard. Are they connected properly? Disassemble the laptop and check all the loops and wires.


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Try this, hold on home and lock button for 10 second, Mine would vibrate for incoming calls but would not ring. This fixed mine right away.


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I was able to do this by going to Utilities>Audio Midi Setup Click the + sign to add a new device, choose Create Aggregate Device and click both the Built-In Microphone and Built-In Output checkboxes. Then right click the Aggregate device you just created and choose. Use this for Sound Input. Now this device will appear as in input choice in QuickTime ...


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What you are describing is what will happen when the silent switch is on (orange). Orange means that none of the system sounds (notifications, typing, etc.) will come out of the device's speakers.


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I have the same question (but PC -> iPhone) Here is a bit more information to help, connecting iPhone -> PC you are able to have an audio sink service on the PC where all sounds from the phone will play through the computer speakers but not where the phone is the sink (receiver) If you connect a laptop to a PC you are able to have either as the sink ...


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The red light in your audio out jack indicates that it is active. That is why you do not hear anything on the speakers. Your analog/digital switch in the port is stuck -- the red light is the digital audio signal. Try to plug the headphone in, this time wiggling it from side to side while it's plugged in. Alternatively try cleaning the audio plug: Try ...


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Thanks for all answers! The problem was solved, it was turned out to be caused by a Safari plug-in( notifier of Gmail ).


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⌥ alt/option-click on the volume adjustment to create new keyframes Adjust the volume between these keyframes by dragging.


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You missed the first sentence: Plug the input audio device into the combination audio port using the proper adapter cable. You can not use your "standard" stereo plug, use Apple specific plug.


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From the technical specification: Audio Stereo speakers with subwoofer Omnidirectional microphone Headphone port Support for Apple iPhone headset with remote and microphone Support for audio line out (digital/analog) There is no direct "microphone in" or "line in" connector. The only way to connect a microphone is to use a splitter meant for iPhone and ...


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I got this by googling.. When I clicked on the missing title (which is indicated by a "!") iTunes asked my to locate the file; after finding it using Spotlight it was added. Then iTunes asked me if I want to locate similar files which I confirmed an there - all missing files where found. However, I had to UNCHECK "keep iTunes Media folder organized" ...


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Easiest way I think is to use the built in iTunes setting for choosing a library location. First make a copy of your library on your external drive Then change the settings in iTunes to reflect the new location Profit Apple also has support documents available to describe the required steps in more detail, both for Mac and Windows.



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