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I have the $27.99 logitech headphones with mic, The headphones work but Cannot use mic with mac snow leopard osx. I have made sure my port on my mac works with another mic. Do i need a special download or something?

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Make sure you have selected the audio input when it is plugged in by opening System Preferences -> Sound -> Input -> Highlight "Line In" and see if the volume is set high enough and test again. Make sure you have plugged it into the right port of the computer.

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