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I have no external sound interface by the way. I'm starting to think it is an iMac Pro issue where the 'iMac Pro Speakers' somehow mean you no longer get the 'Built-in Output' as a setting. Also - I just found the above online and I think it explains the issue.waciciriwi.tk/2383-download-i.php
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Read it and see what you think. Thought I was going mad! Yes it look like it's a iMac Pro issue, so hope if the iMac pro owner can confirm this, really i don't own this model. But unfortunately I have to wait for my IT department to do that. Every time I switch my headphones Bluetooth on or off I have to go into settings and change the Default output. Same problem here. Windows 10, updated all Adobe Suite when it came out a short time ago. I'm use a Steinberg UR interface and have updated drivers and firmware.
This content has been marked as final. Then proceeded per the instructions. This problem happened after I used a set of powered speakers with the computer for the first time. I tried fixing the problem as above plugging the power speaker jack back in. Then I tried again plugging in my iPhone's headphone jack instead. Then it worked! I guess some jacks are more compatible with the MacBook than others. It's strange whatever is going on on the inside.
Didn't work for me. It switched to digital output. But still has red jack and muted sound. The above didn't work for me, nor restarting. The red light went out and "Internal Speakers" appeared in the list where it should be. Try it with or without the headphones plugged in, whichever works.
How to Fix the Sound on a Mac Computer (with Pictures ...
Another thank you to go on the list. So grateful; like others I had to try it twice, but very relieved. Good to read alternative options in comments too. Best wishes from Lisbon, Portugal. Joe here, blog owner. For what it's worth, the procedure I've outlined above doesn't always work for some reason. If you've read this far, I'd suggest trying IT2's solution from a few lines up. I was going bonkers but it worked.
Sending a happy hug. Can you handle another expression of gratitude? Have had the problem in the past, didn't remember what I'd done to remedy, tried this and it didn't work and second time it did. Thanks much for sharing! Woo Hoo! Took a few times. Like others, I missed the part about turning off the sound. Finally worked with IT2's solution. With headphones in, hit mute on and off, pulled out the headphones and I have speakers again! Just had this exact thing happen. Did a quick google search and came across your site. The fix worked exactly as you described Joe. This didn't work for me.
I unplugged the headphones and it set itself back to optical. IT2's solution did not work either. I just fixed the problem, after none of the above worked, by just plugging in and unplugging the headphones like 15 times. If I pull out headphones, yes, it changes to digital out, but then the icon greys out again and I am once again unable to alter the sound levels.
However, I am please that I can at least use headphones or speakers cuz I am currently deep in a rustic cabin deep in the rainforest and my laptop is my sole amusement once the sun goes down.
I will try someone else's suggestion of plugging and unplugging the external speakers fifteen times next as that was what was last plugged in. Thanks so much for putting this up. I would have never been able to work that out! Thanks again. None of these worked for me, but eventually I jammed a plastic tube the inside of a pen into the socket and rotated counterclockwise. After a few tries it worked! Definitely a stuck switch. Saddly, It didn't work! Help me!
This has been annoying me for a few days now and with your advice, YOU fixed it for me in less than a minute! However the Toothpick trick DID work!! I thank you so much for this link! Thank you so much. Your help was unbelievably perfect. Now I can play my music. Thank you for your excellent help!!!! I am so happy! Fiddled with it for ages! And the only way I could find this was by print screening the mute sign and using google image search! A fix: after a lot of fiddling with no success, I discovered that when I plugged into the sound output with headphones and changed my sound settings to use audio port for sound INPUT, the internal speakers kick in.
Had an old set of bad headphones, cut off the jack, and used that jack plugged in, with the INPUT setting, and get speakers to work. Or buy a jack at Radio Shack for a few bucks if you have no defective phones laying around? Good luck! I had to try a couple of different times, paused the music, then unplugged the headphones, but it did finally work! Thanks so much! I followed the rules and it didn't work. I did a slight variation in that whilst the song was playing in i-tunes i pulled the headphones out and it then started to play through my internal speakers again!
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I am happy camper once again! Thank you SO much. So helpful. I spent 10 minutes sticking toothpicks in my headphone jack. This worked for me, eventually, but had two do it twice. Failing for you? Try it thrice. Thanks you very much, i had been trying to fix this problem two months ago, now it is fixed You're awesome.
I was just about to give up and schedule an appointment at an Apple Store. You just saved me a like 4hrs. Had no idea where to start trying to fix this problem! Thanks again bro'! Thank you! Why is this working to everyone but me? I tried, I failed, I tried again, repeated those steps a few times, and boom! Just to say thank you! People if this solution isn't working on its own, please try it again and then restart your comp, restart hadn't worked before but after this, magic!!!!
Your a star, ta!! This trick didn't work from me. On another web forum though I found a trick were you use a tooth pick and it didn't work either. I decided to try with the end of a bobby pin and I put both chunks at the end of the bobby pin in. It worked after turning it counter clockwise a few times.
I got scared because it wasnt working.. LOL thanks :. Had to do this a few times for it to work but it is back on - Thank you!! Mine had a bit of dust over the optical sensor so this didn't work. You'll be happy to note that I didn't even need a proper jack.. I was stuck on mute with the red light, put the inside of an old biro in since it was sitting near..
Hi, sorry to see so many people have this problem - the problem two fold - cheap parts and bad engineering.
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At least some of the jack detection is hardware based, so although everybody wants to believe clicking and unclicking will fix it, if you really have the problem, it won't. I have an actual proven fix that doesn't require replacing the jack or the logic board - although it disables the digital out, so this may not be for you. Its a permanent fix, and is reversible.
Email me for more details. I solved this on macbook pro by plugging in a usb headset. Then volume in system bar was not greyed out and everything worked. Also I did not have red light issue described above. Not sure what caused this but i was using iTunes and Toast Titanium 11 to convert flac to apple lossless and importing to itunes before this glitch appeared. You're a genius! I was so frustrated and Apple wanted me to pay to ask a question. So glad I found your page. Thank you so much for sharing your expertise! This worked perfectly for me.
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Thankyou, I was using my boyfriends macbook and thought I had broken it! This worked like a charm and he never has to know, phew!