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There is an app called crowd mic that will allow you to use your phone as mic broadcast over PA system, wirelessly.
Use a toothbrush and an up-and-down motion to clean the port. The microphone port on a Macbook air has incredibly narrow holes. A thin needle will only clear surface debris if that is what's causing the blockage.. Here's an instructional video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aWpC8N8W08
Yes you can do this by buying a bluetooth speaker and a pluggable microphone. I would recommend using Ultra Slim Bluetooth Speaker from https://goo.gl/AXwXwn as the bluetooth speaker (it is available for $50, pretty affordable). And I would recommend using Zoom iQ7 from https://goo.gl/1dcUkj as your microphone ($99.99). But in Zoom iQ7 there is a headphone ...
Go to system preferences, open Dictation & Speech. Under dictation, change default microphone to Internal Microphone if it is Automatic. If not, switch it to Automatic for a second and switch back to Internal Microphone. I know this sounds ridiculous, but it works.
Any line-level input should work with the 15-inch Mid 2012 MacBook Pro (the MBPr is slightly different.) Simply insert it into the audio in port on your MacBook Pro using a 3.5mm jack. Line level simply refers to relatively amplified analog signal. Not all microphones provide this: if necessary, you may need to use an amplifier. I'm not sure why the ...
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