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If you can’t hear sound from your Mac speakers. First, make sure any volume controls in the app you’re using aren’t turned all the way down. Also, try playing a different audio file, CD, or DVD, or try playing the file or disc on another computer or media player to isolate the problem. Then, try the following solutions. Hear makes all the difference when combined with a good song and a pair of high-quality headphones. So there you have it, Hear is an OS X app that will greatly improve the overall quality of your Mac’s audio output, without making things seem complicated, without draining your Mac’s resources,.

Mac is a creative powerhouse designed with features to help people who are deaf or hard of hearing. “Type to Siri” lets you make commands with your keyboard. FaceTime is a great way to communicate through sign language. And you can choose to get visual alerts instead of audible ones.

FaceTimeSign across the street or across the globe.

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FaceTime is a great way for people who use sign language to communicate easily. It has high-quality video and a fast frame rate, so you can catch every sign, gesture, and facial expression. And because Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch all come equipped with FaceTime, you can talk to iOS, iPadOS, and macOS users across the street or across the globe.1

Type to SiriYour digital assistant is ready. Just type the word.

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Siri helps you do more with your desktop.2 And in macOS High Sierra or later, you can set Siri to “Type to Siri” mode. Ask questions, set up reminders, issue commands — all through your keyboard.

Closed CaptionsCustomizable captions for movies, TV shows, and podcasts.

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Watch movies, TV shows, videos, and podcasts using closed captioning, a feature supported in macOS apps like the music app and QuickTime. Just look for the small CC icon to buy or rent captioned movies from the iTunes Store or find captioned podcasts in iTunes U. You can even customize captions with different styles and fonts, including styles that are larger and outlined.

Mono AudioFind the right balance for you.

When you’re using headphones, you may miss some audio if you’re hard of hearing or deaf in one ear. That’s because stereo recordings usually have distinct left- and right-channel audio tracks. macOS can help by playing both audio channels in both ears, and letting you adjust the balance for greater volume in either ear, so you won’t miss a single note of a concerto or word of an audiobook.

Screen FlashYou don’t need beeps to know what’s up.

Instead of playing an alert sound, your Mac can flash its screen when an app needs your attention. Screen Flash automatically works with every app that uses the system beep. So there’s nothing more for you to do once you set it up.

iMessageChat through type, photos, smileys, and more.

iMessage lets you start up a conversation without needing to say or hear a word. Send unlimited messages to anyone on an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch, or Mac. Or send a group message to keep everyone in the loop. You can also share photos, videos, locations, links, or the occasional smiley.3

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Most of us spend time enjoying music on the Mac, and watch our favorite latest movies on it too. But it can be a headache if the sound is not working on the Mac and also the audio is not working on the Mac. You won’t be able to hear your favorite music. Well, don’t worry since this article will explain you how to fix the issue if the audio and sound is not working on the Mac. Let us get started.

Checking the Mute Button

At times, nothing is wrong with the Mac. Simply the audio has been muted or the volume is set too low that you can’t hear it. For most easily way you can press “F10” button or locate the mute sign and unmute if it was muted and check if you can hear the sound now.

Check if any External Sound Device is Connected

Your Mac might not be playing sound simply because you have connected headphones or AirPods to it. Unplug your headphones, play the sound and then check if you are able to hear the music from the internal speakers.

Check the Ports

Disconnect anything that is connected on the ports. Also check the headphone jack to see if there is any dust particles or anything that might be causing a blockage. Mac might detect the particles as headphones and not may sound on the internal speakers.

Update the Software

Update your Mac software. Sometimes, the version is out of date and the sound is not being played, so once you update your software, the sound and audio might just start working immediately.

Fixing the Missing Audio Output

In case your sound is not muted but still you cannot hear the sound. Follow the steps below to make the audio and sound work. This method is for all Mac’s speakers including, external speakers, internal speakers, headphone, air pods, or any other speaker. This method is used when the Mac has chosen a different audio channel. For example, if you have attached headphones the audio channel was external sound. So the method below will change the audio channel to internal sound.

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  • Go to the “Apple menu” and choose “System Preferences”, next select the “Sound” panel.
  • Then choose the “Output” tab.
  • Afterwards you have to select “Internal Speakers” as the output device*
  • Adjust the sound level to your desired level and then play some sound on Mac to check if the issue has been fixed.
  • Change the “Mute” stance if it’s “On”.
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You can change the above settings if you wish to input headphones as external sound. Probably, this will fix your issue however, if not, try the method below.

Read more:Fixing a Bluetooth Issues on your Mac

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Fixing Missing Mac Audio / Sound with a Connect and Disconnect from the Mac Headphone Jack

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You will need some kind of external sound device such as headphones or external speakers for the method below.

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  • First of all, connect the headphones to the headphone jack on your Mac.
  • Then, open the iTunes (or any music) and starting playing the music, audio or video.
  • Next, unplug the headphones from the headphone jack on the Mac.
  • The issue is fixed now, the sound will be able to play from Mac’s internal built in speakers.
  • To check, open iTunes and play a sound or song to see if you can hear the music now.

So that’s how you can fix the issue when audio or sound is not working on your Mac. Usually, it’s the sound preferences that you need to change to fix the issue in a minute or two. However, if all the above methods did not work for you, then there might be an internal problem in the Mac.