Anonymous form close (x) Front Page Mac Blog iOS Blog Roundups AirPort Apple Car Apple Deals Apple Pay Apple Stores Apple TV Apple VR Project Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... com 125,421 views 6:08 How to fix audio problem with external speakers on Macbook Pro - Duration: 1:06. I have good > speakers on a different older desktop Mac. http://vicnot.net/how-to/logitech-usb-microphone-not-working-ps3.html
Rating is available when the video has been rented. Select Devices and Printers. No one wanted it who could easily collect it! -- dorayme dorayme, Dec 31, 2010 #2 Advertisements Erik Richard SÃ¸rensen Guest dorayme wrote: > A friend lent me some speakers Not important really, > > but it would be nice to know how to solve the problem. > > Do you mean that they don't show up in the output pane?
The green light on > the speakers lights up, so they are getting some power OK. Many thanks in advance. Broke my > heart to throw it out about 8 months back ...
Select the Output tab. Sign in 21 6 Don't like this video? They are lousy, I will return them to my friend! Mac Usb Audio Output Anyone with any ideas?
A related thing is this, I have not tried this yet but I often run my MB with another 26" monitor, a beauty; this monitor has speakers in. Logitech Speakers They worked fine on my 17" iMac but it gives me no option with my Mac Pro What to do?? Let all be in default mode except the level, which you may have to adjust to match the output from the MacBook. Any ideas of what has to happen for these speakers to work again?Here are the system specs: Host Controller Location: Built-in USB Host Controller Driver: AppleUSBEHCI PCI Device ID: 0x1c2d
Sign in to make your opinion count. http://support.logitech.com/ If you’re trying to listen through speakers or headphones connected only to the USB port on your computer or computer’s display, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Sound, then click How To Connect Speakers To Mac Desktop Windows Vista •Go to the Start menu, choose Control Panel, choose Classic view, choose Sounds •Choose the Playback tab, select the “USB Speaker” as the Sound Playback device if it not Best External Speakers For Macbook Pro No one wanted it who could easily collect it!
Uploaded on Oct 20, 2011How to make external speakers work with your mac. his comment is here If you’re trying to listen through your computer’s built-in speakers Unplug any headphones or external speakers. I'm thinking no but I'm a neophyte in this stuff. Turns out I just had to disconnect the speakers from the power, then reconnect to get them 'seen' again. 5.1 Sound Card For Mac
This article applies to the following product: AudioHub Symptom The AudioHub will not play sound when it is connected to the USB port on a PC or Mac. Solution If you’re not hearing sound for specific alerts, see Adjust your computer’s alert sounds. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? this contact form Most of those 'built-in' speakers also contain a built-in amplifier of size from 2x1,0w to 2x5,0w RMS, so you must control that the output level on the MacBook isnot set higher
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Not important really, > but it would be nice to know how to solve the problem. This is because factory Vista installs do not have the post-launch series of updated USB drivers. Click OK. Spotify Web Player Support from the community Logitech Forums Previous software versions Still having problems?
Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Open the Control Panel. Here’s how: Open the Control Panel. http://vicnot.net/how-to/logitech-wired-headset-ps3-not-working.html btw, one of the best sound I ever experienced from a monitor with built in speakers was a great big CRT APPLE 1710, it was seriously good with easy access to
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My Z-10's weren't showing up but had worked on my iMac and when I unplugged everything, waited for 30 seconds then reconnected, the Z-10s showed up and when I selected them It turns out that there are two cables needed for these speakers, the USB is just for power, the other is for sound. Newegg TV 90,455 views 6:40 How to Hook Up Portable Speakers to an Apple iPad : Mac Audio Tips - Duration: 1:32. Perhaps from the earphone plug, a line to something in the back of the big monitor.
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