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Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by raysfan81, Oct 30, 2010.
I'm trying to connect a microphone for garage band but I don't see an audio input on the back...
There should be one directly to the left (ie next too) the audio Out (Speaker) port. (Im pretty sure all Apples Professional Macs come with both audio In and Out. My earlier G4 definitely has them)
It also has to be self-powered. Do you have a 867mhz model? I think those didn't come with it. I knew my dual 1.25 had it though.
Best bet is to use USB audio or get a PCI audio card.
I looked at my old G4 and there was a microphone icon next to the input port and a speaker next to the output. On my MDD it has something else next to it. Looks like to arrows pointing into a cube thing. Its the Last model originally with the single 1.25ghz processor.
Those arrows with a cube thing - thats the port you want - It has the same icon on my Mac Pro
That little port below the input is for the Apple powered speakers. Those are those clear acrylic globe speakers.
Yeah I know what that one is for. But to the left of the normal audio output on the back there is something else that I don't know what it is.
If its circular then I suspect thats it, their normally right next to each other (Audio In and Out) - There definitely is a port for it, (the one that isnt apple Pro speakers or standard audio-out - thats audio in, whichever icon Apple choose to use).
Yes that's the audio input. Just saying below that is a smaller port and that's for the Apple powered speakers.
It's a little square with 2 triangles on each side. That's the audio input. My G5s have that.
I plugged the mic into the other port and it isn't recognized in system prefs nor is it recoginzed in garage band. Maybe I need a new mic.
You need a powered mic....
It seems odd that this computer needs a powered mic but I can use a normal one on others. Have any recommendations on good mics?