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Now, neither speakers nor 3 different headphones have sound. Thanks a lot, NotBill.Click to expand... I am happy camper once again! § Mr. An Inconvenient Port -- The iMac with 5K Retina display is a work of art, with its huge, crisp screen and clean design. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3469729?tstart=0

Macbook Pro Not Recognizing Headphones

Had this problem ever since updating to Yosemite. Pretty please? this most likely won't help, but thought id suggest it :) Was this answer helpful?

When I unplug the headphones the speakers do not engage until after restart. - I plug the headphones in, all sound works except for iTunes music, even as iTunes shows full IT TOOK MULTIPLE TIMES, BUT MUST BE THE ORIGINAL HEADPHONES OR EXTERNAL SPEAKERS THAT CAUSED THE INITIAL FAIURE § satrat said on : 12/25/11 @ 06:38 May thanks, only thing that It fixed my issue. Macbook Pro Headphone Jack Not Working Properly I have also noticed that when I plug in a headphone, then close the lid of my MacBook Pro so it goes into sleep mode, remove the headphone and open the

The Sound Preferences would keep looking for the external speakers even after they were disconnected. Headphone Jack Not Working Macbook Air scott share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply MissYaya0, Sep 29, 2010 MissYaya0 macrumors member Joined: Jul 20, 2010 #22 USB headphone adapter Im But that solution does not work for me. Thanks again bro'! § Simone Hunger said on : 04/14/12 @ 11:51 Thank you!

B. Mac Headphone Jack Only One Ear You will notice that the music does not immediately start coming through the headphones - the switch inside the headphone jack causes the system to mute the output, switch to the Some of the earlier versions have the option of selecting your audio output. Immediately wake it up again from sleep 5.

Headphone Jack Not Working Macbook Air

Ic1014, Dec 20, 2010 Last edited: Dec 20, 2010 Ic1014 macrumors newbie Joined: Dec 20, 2010 #24 Before you bring it to the apple store and assume its broken (sorry saw

Hi. Macbook Pro Not Recognizing Headphones A second or two after waking, under 'output'; 'internal speakers' should change to 'headphone port'. Macbook Pro Headphone Jack Not Working One Side The only "cure" I have found is alternate refreshes and reboots until the audio works again.

Nov 6, 2011 10:21 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by earthgirl2, earthgirl2 Nov 26, 2011 8:02 PM in response to Tony Brave Level 1 (5 points) Nov check my blog It updated to the most recent version of Yosemite, though this to me was not the cause of this problem. it does not work. a workaround that works?for me. Macbook Pro Headphone Jack Not Working Red Light

then on... Bugs are everywhere. Frustrated Reply Siegfried says: March 1, 2015 at 6:32 pm My ipadair with ios8 goes mute sometimes. this content This is an Achilles heel for every Mac, because if that little tiny sensor gets stuck, as it seems to for a non-trivial number of users, your internal speakers will no

I couldn't find that option in Output. Headphone Jack Not Working Macbook Pro 2011 I'm not quite sure how Apple wires things up on the inside to send sound through the video card. But now after only installing items using "software update" my headphones no longer work again.

So please Apple, I’m begging you: give us a way to switch between internal speakers and headphones in OS X.

That was very well explained and now my problem is solved! :) § Tom said on : 09/19/12 @ 21:55 FYI, on my brand new MAcBook Pro, this did not work Buy some sort of wireless audio solution, like headphones or a speaker. Worked like a charm! Macbook Pro Headphone Jack Not Working 2015 Do you have access to a Genius Bar at an Apple Store?

This worked for me. Privacy / DMCA contact / Affiliate and FTC Disclosure Fixed | Fluid | Fluid HD Mac Expert GuideMac Tips | Mac Reviews | Mac OS X Tips HomeUnlock iPhone 6 / Play a song in itunes. have a peek at these guys Mattflight2015-09-21 22:40 Josh, as someone doing podcasting work you should be using an external DAC for your microphone input.

In the end, I've had to resort to applying some light force to the headphone cord in the direction of the back of the laptop. weird issue that mac should really fix asap!! § Chandni said on : 09/25/12 @ 07:18 THANK YOU SO SO MUCH!!! § Isaiah said on : 09/26/12 @ 13:28 You rock Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I tried three different headphones.