Omg I have the exact same problem and I couldn’t find anyone else with this problem until now. I’ve tried reinstalling everything from the operating system to the audio driver. My current work around is to use a usb to audio output adapter. Hopefully Apple releases a driver update ASAP.
No. The system tracks the AirPod volume and the system volume separately so you can keep the phone loud and the AirPods low after they pair, but the connect sound that happens when the AirPods detect they are in your ear canal are set in firmware and not user adjustable.
Unless you can place one in your hand and trigger the connection/proximity sensor this ...
First, find out what driver version(s) you have installed. Go to
System Preferences -> Sound -> select the Output tab. Look at the list
of the sound output devices.
If you see “AirBeamTV Audio”, you have
the audio driver version 2. To uninstall it, you need to ...
I'm confident at this point that it is the speaker's fault. Buggy design.
Why it worked with one audio source device and not the Macbook I don't know, but it's been reproduced with another audio source since then.
I can't explain how I reproduced it with two different Bluetooth speaker models though. That has not happened since. The two speaker models are ...
I had the same problem in my MacBook Pro (Mid 2010) running Windows 10 64bit.
The sound worked installing the CirrusDriver4206x64 on the folder Drivers/Apple/ of Boot Camp downloaded with Brigadier.
But the sound was low in comparision with MacOS. So, I did the steps above, and in the last tab named "Spatial Sound" I disabled it.
Now the sound seens like ...
Your MacBook will normally always go to sleep when you close the lid, and that unfortunately will stop the music playing.
But there is a way to stop your Mac from going to sleep when you close the lid with a simple shell command.
Disable sleeping when lid is closed:
sudo pmset -a disablesleep 1
Re-enable sleeping when lid is closed:
sudo pmset -a ...
Shut down the Macbook
Press shift + ctrl + alt and press the power button. Notice the change in power led color if the Macbook is connected to power. Note this won't start the Macbook.
Now, press command + alt + P + R, and press the power button. You will see the screen flashing a couple of times. This won't power on the Macbook either.
Now, start the ...
Audio File Convert exports to 20 audio file formats and a multitude of codecs, all of which are shown with the -hf option.
File formats: AIFC AIFF NeXT Sd2f WAVE RF64
The original formats for storing audio files were all uncompressed because these are easy to work with, and can be played by even very early CPUs. However, uncompressed ...
Apple’s consumer documentation says you need a unit with Bluetooth or WiFi for wireless and I expect it uses both when paired and available. You’d need to measure the RF to tell which is being used from moment to moment or check console logs for any debug messages.
A slightly longer answer is that the technical ...
The next thing I would do is try booting into Safe Mode.
Boot into Safe Mode
Follow these steps to boot your MBA into Safe Mode:
Fully shut down your Mac
Restart your Mac
Immediately press the Shift key and keep it down
Let go of the Shift key when you see the login window (NOTE: If you have FileVault enabled you may need to log in twice).
Take a ...