Where's the Mac mini mic? Or what do you want on Mac mini Rev B

ChrisH3677

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Oct 6, 2003
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I don't get why Apple didn't include a mic jack on the mini.

All these switchers wanting to add narration to their iMovies or sing and play on their Garageband compositions are going to be stuffed. And then they'll bad mouth Apple.

Come on Apple. In revision B, give us audio in (as well as 512Mb)

What do other people want to see in Mac mini, Rev B?
 

brap

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May 10, 2004
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I don't believe the eMac, or the iMac, and I know for sure that the iBook doesn't have audio in. There is no surprise here. If you're that desperate, buy an iMic!
 

kretzy

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Sep 11, 2004
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ChrisH3677 said:
what's an iMic?
They're made by Griffin Technologies. This is from their website.

"The iMic™ universal audio adapter is a USB device that adds stereo input and output to your Mac or PC. Connect virtually any microphone or sound input device to your iBook, PowerBook, PowerMac or other Mac or PC with a USB port. Yes, iMic supports both Mic level and line level input. It also supports line level output for connecting speakers or an external recording device."

go to http://www.griffintechnology.com/products/imic/ if you want some more info.
 

brap

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ChrisH3677 said:
PS Just checked - eMac and iMac both have audio line in. But you are right about the iBook.
Well, I just learned something today - Apparently, the FP iMac got a line in when it hit 1GHz. I'm sooooo... living in the past. :rolleyes:
 
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