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MacMost Now 346: Sound Output and Input
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I have a bluetooth headset (motorola s9), but can't get the computer to recognize it as input and output. I can get one or the other but not both, is there any way to fix this?
Have you tried contacting the maker? They must have some sort of support. It might just not support both on Macs or PCs. Hard to say without having it.
I have a phone with a bluetooth but it is not working.
What do you mean by "it is not working." What are you trying to do? What are the steps you are taking to do it? And what is happening that is unexpected?
I have headphones with mic. I can't get the mic to work. Both have 3.5mm plugs and have them in the correct ports. I've tried the settings in both SOUND and SPEECH with no luck. Can you please help?
Correct ports? So your headset has a 3.5mm mic jack? Macs don't usually have Mic inputs. USB is used. See episode 248: http://macmost.com/using-a-microphone-with-your-mac.html
I have two microphones plugged in to my computer and both their inputs work fine but i can't get them to work at the same time...
Gary, I've set up all the audio inputs the same way on my Mac, Skype and Snowball and yet, when I record a conversation, my voice is still much lower (even though the audio input volume is set to the highest level) than my guest's voice when recording via skype. I use audio hijack and record the guest's voice via standard mode hijacking and record my voice via hijacking the Snowball. Any reasons you can think of why audio from the Snowball is still recorded much lower?