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After recently buying a Neewer NW-700 and setting it up, I plugged it into my what I believe to be a 2012 or 2013 model of the Mac Book Pro, only to see that it was received as headphones and under the output tab of my sound preferences. I don't believe there is anything wrong with the mic as I had also bought and hooked up a phantom power source. After running the cables through the power source I plugged my TRS plug into an additional FosPower TRS to TRRS adapter, knowing that macs don't accept TRS audio jacks. And then after all that, I plugged that adapter into my computer which accepted it as a headphone rather than a microphone.
I do have a theory, that the FosPower Adapter only converts input signals and that the computer then thought of it as a headphone. What do you think?
Here are some pictures to help.
The Phantom Power
Prior to Plug in
After Adapter was plugged in
Thanks for your help,
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