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Discussion in 'iPod touch Accessories' started by Haruhi, Apr 4, 2009.
I need a mic that will plug into the USB port, which will still let me use the built-in speakers.
I bought one of the new apple ear buds with mic built in. Cheap and works.
Read the post, I want to use the built-in speakers.
I thought the USB port on the touch was not accessible to applications?
You can use the built in speaker with the apple ones plugged in in some applications. I know skype does this on speaker phone along with Sonic Vox
Apple is releasing that with 3.0 in June.
Then how do the macally mics work? They plug in USB
The only mike I found at Macally is this.
It says it works with iPod 5G, iPod nano 2G and iPod classic -- doesn't say it works with ipod touch or iPhone.
Why do you need to use the ipod Touch's built-in speakers, instead of hooking up external speakers through a microphone adapter?
I like to use the builtin ones because I can just hold it and talk without unconfirtable earphones falling out
I'm using a Gen2 IPT w/ Fring.
This mic works, sorta. My main purpose to buying the iVoiceIII was for VOIP. I wanted to be able to use the internal speaker in conjunction with the iVOiceIII mic, to simulate a phone. Using Fring in a test call it works flawlessly. Woo hoo just like a phone. Here's the problem I'm having, feedback. When I try to place a call to an outside number I get noting but feedback. I suppose if I plugged in headphone to the iVoiceIII it would take care of the feedback, but that defeats my purpose. I'll keep tinkering with it, if anyone has any ideas please drop a post.
What's with the bolded statements and many exclamations marks with an angry face?
There is no need for that, it is considered rude to do that. Now, if you need a microphone for your iPod Touch, then I suggest you visit this: http://tinyurl.com/cl6bg7