speaker

  1. fabiocosta88

    My PC can Hackintosh?

    Hi, below is my specs: Processor: i5 3570 Motherboard: ASUS p8h61-m lx3 r2.0 Ram: PNY 2x4gb DDR3 1600mhz Graphics: XFX RX 470 RS 4GB BLACK EDITION HD: 1tb WD thanks in advance
  2. megabot

    << Solved >> Hackintosh wakes up after some minutes after sleep

    Hackintosh wakes up after some minutes after sleep upd. I've just unchecked "Wake for Ethernet network access" in Energy saver preferences. It resolves my problem. terminal command to check wake up reason: log show --style syslog | fgrep "Wake reason"
  3. otila

    Speaker/Headphone switch problem

    Hi, I have installed (dual-boot) macOS Mojave 10.14.4 (upgraded from High Sierra) on my Dell 7577. Everything works fine for me except I am experiencing a strange audio problem. First, some times audio isn't detected (which is my secondary problem). I tried to see kextstat for appleHDA kexts...
  4. magneto538

    VoodooHDA crackling

    After failed attempts to use a patched AppleHDA to get my build working (in particular, to get the speaker working - headphones were fine), I wanted to go with VoodooHDA. I removed all the patched files and reverted to stock AppleHDA configuration (no layout-id injection in ACPI) and installed...
  5. magneto538

    AppleHDA.kext - Headphones OK, no speaker

    I am fine-tuning the build as per my profile. I am applying the patches needed for AppleHDA by using the AppleHDA Patcher tool. Headphones are working, volume control is working, speaker is detected from Preferences > Audio but nothing is audible when using the speakers. The audio device seems...
  6. barenstaden

    USB speakers takes forever to be recognized

    I´m "struggeling" to get my USB speakers to load immediately when I turn them on. It takes about 1-2 minutes before they are recognized in the audio output list in sound settings, and work fine after that. This started after I installed some kext files way back, and was solved again after a...
  7. Pineapple68

    Activate interna l'audio + speaker powermac g5 or powerbook g4

    I am thinking about re-using the Powermac G5 internal speaker, or the Powerbook g4 speakers for a Hackintosh build. I know from manual that the z270 asrock has a 4 pin connector for a simple built-in speaker. This is the G5 speaker rear of speaker by Pineapple68 posted Mar 14, 2017 at 11:46...
  8. Pineapple68

    Itx Internal speaker reusing powerbook g4 or G5 speakers

    I am thinking about re-using the Powermac G5 internal speaker, or the Powerbook g4 speakers for my Hackintosh. I know from manual that the z270 asrock has a 4 pin connector for a simple built-in speaker. This is the G5 speaker the G5's front fan and a little speaker by Pineapple68 posted Mar...
  9. iNeed-Downloads

    No Audio Devices

    Problem My monitor has built in speakers, so when I connect the GPU to it, it also gets the sound working. This worked without a problem when I was using Linux ( Mint 18 ), but El Capitan can't find any audio devices. I'm using a display port to connect my monitor. Specs CPU: i5-6500 MOBO: ASUS...
  10. Dawelz

    Hey, anyone have a driver/kext for usb speakers?

    I use my sony usb headset usually, works just fine. But i want to use a external speaker (usb) to let my head free. I'm using a powerpack sk-12 url It goes on headphone jack and usb. When i plug it in, the audio bar shows up but its frozen i can't get higher volume or anything. I really...
  11. leeno123

    Internal speaker help

    Hi guys, I really want to put an internal speaker on my hackintosh- similar to the G5 and its internal speaker. I had one of these a few years ago and the speaker was pretty good. Just wondered if anyone knew how I could use this and implement it into my system to use for light music use. When...
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