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My FaceTim Audio is not heard by the person I call. They get video, but no audio. I receive both video and audio from them. I am using a 27" iMac with the latest version of Mavericks. My iPad and iPhone FaceTime work on the same WiFi network. Any ideas?

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I find that FaceTime needs a good connection to work properly so if the person you are talking to has a poor connection, then this can cause problems. Video uses the biggest part of the connection so try turning the video off and see if they get audio.
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In addition to having a good connection (as stated above), ensure your Mac is feeding audio from the Internal Mic.

  • Open System Preferences from Applications
  • Navigate to the Sound section under the second row
  • Click the "Input" tab
  • Ensure the "Internal Mic" or equivalent is selected. If it selected to something else, ensure you know what it is. If not, change it back to the Internal setting.

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Would suggest that you check the date of any OP before you post grosspentagram as this thread is almost seven years old and your only other post was to a thread that was more than nine years old, not much hope of you getting any response I`m afraid, you would also do well to drop the spammy links as well  <_<

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