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Hi Look for a USB Buddy Headset Training Adaptor on Ebay.This will let you use two RJ9 headsets on a single USB on a mac or pc
It should be possible to add a microphone, you just need the correct adapter. See this answer I posted to a similar question - I believe the same will apply in this case.
According to the page that you referenced for the mic, it states that: Please note that all versions of the Sennheiser ME3 (sold here or elsewhere) are wired differently than usual headset microphones and are not electrically compatible with many computer sound cards This explains the issue that you are experiencing. Further, they go on to say: ...
Apple Support has this to say: Fix common issues Follow these steps, testing after each with Voice Memos. Unplug anything plugged into the headset jack. If you're on a call and holding your phone next to your ear, speak into the microphone and make sure you don't block it with your fingers or shoulder. If you're using a screen ...
If you are looking to combine separate HDMI video and audio into a single HDMI connection (to go to a monitor, for example) you need an HDMI Audio Injector This device is separate from your MacBook Pro and will work with virtually any digital video source and either an analog or digital audio source. As for getting the sound to/from your MBP, you will need ...
This may help if you have a red light coming from your audio port, and possibly if you only have partial sound: support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2622620
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