1. g8slord's Avatar
    I am new to OS X and just got my first Mac mini. I would like to take advantage of being able to answer my iPhone on my mini but am running in to some issues. I can make and receive calls just fine but I cannot seem to define audio output. I have normal speakers (headphone jack) for computer sounds, but when I am using FaceTime I would like the audio to come out of my Jabra Speak USB connecter speaker phone.

    The speaker phone picks up my talking fine but when the person on the other end responds, they echo because they are picking up my computer speakers. I can solve this by switching my audio output to the USB speaker phone, but then all sounds come out of there until I switch it back. I am trying to avoid having to switch this every time I want to take or make a call.

    In windows I can define that "calls" use one speaker and all other sounds another, is there a way to do this in OS X? Thank you in advance for your help...
    01-09-2015 07:10 AM
  2. kch50428's Avatar
    IF there is, I can't find it...
    01-09-2015 01:29 PM

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