MAC MINI MIC JACK WIRING
microphone for Mac Mini | MacRumors Forums
2. Use a (male-male) headphone extension cable to connect the tape recorder and the Mac mini together. One end goes into the back of the Mac mini's microphone port, the other end goes into the port of the tape recorder marked "monitor". (not "Mic"; that's for an external microphone to attach to the tape recorder, only.) 3.
Mac Mini headphone jack not working - Apple Community
Keeping in mind that there is both an input and an output (headphone) jack, are you plugging into the correct jack? If so and it is still not working, proceed to the following steps. 1. Restart your Mac Mini. 2. Reset the SMC > Resetting the System Management Controller (SMC) 3. Reset the PRAM > Resetting your Mac's PRAM and NVRAM
where do i attach an external microphone - Apple Community
I have a mid-2012 Mac Mini, and I tried to use it with a headset (headphones + microphone combo). The headset is not powered and has a single mini jack plug, but it also came with an adapter to split the single mini jack plug into 2 mini jack plugs. Using the splitter, I tried plugging the 2 plugs into audio in and audio out. I tried it both ways.
Microphone port not working on MacMini? | MacRumors Forums
There is no mic port on a Mac mini. It's a LINE IN port, not a MIC port. See this: https: line-in, microphone. Usually laptops pair a mic jack with a headphone jack. Where Apple is confusing us is that rather than pairing a line-level-out with a line-level-in or the usual laptop pairing of a mic (in) jack with a headphone (out)
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Phone connector (audio) - Wikipedia
A phone connector, also known as phone jack, audio jack, headphone jack or jack plug, is a family of electrical connectors typically used for analog audio signals standard is that a plug (described as the male connector) will connect with a jack (described as female). The phone connector was invented for use in telephone switchboards in the 19th century and is still widely used.