Apple OS X El Capitan: How To Fix Audio Issues
For those that have recently updated to OS X El Capitan, you may think that OS X El Capitan volume sound not working. Many by Apple users have reported of audio problems that after upgrading to OS X El Capitan audio issues like no audio, audio control not working and audio noise. The following will help you fix OS X El Capitan sound and volume issues that you may have.
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- How to fix annoying problems on Mac OS X El Capitan
- How to fix Mac OS X El Capitan sound problems
- How to fix sound not working on Mac OS X El Capitan
The following are the examples of common complaints Mac users reported after upgrading to El Capitan:
- No audio in safari, Firefox when play videos after El Capitan update. And internal speakers are also not working.
- Mac users can’t adjust volume for speakers. But speaker volume buttons on keyboard & Sound Output slider on System Preferences still works. But those two things not adjust system volume.
- Mac users get annoying random popping noise when playing video or audio.
- Audio settings already set on internal speakers but audio issue still happened in safari. But users get sound from everything else.
Change Output Source
Restart Mac OS X El CapitanRestart you Macbook Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro with Retina Display or iMac.
Use Terminal Commands
Run terminal and type sudo killall coreaudiod
Adjust Internal Speakers
Go to Settings -> Audio -> Output.
Changing the settings for internal speaker.
Restart Mac Using PRAM
- Shout down your Mac computer.
- Find Option, Command (⌘), P, and R keys in your keyboard.
- Turn on your Mac.
- Press and hold Option-Command-P-R keys combination before the gray screen appears. Continue holding keys down until computer restarts and the startup sound for the second time, then release those keys.
Change Audio Port
If you using HDMI external display with sound, some user thoughts HDMI sound devices no longer controllable on OSX
Go to System Preferences ->sound and change from HDMI to Headphone port.
Go to System Preferences-> sound and put the tick on “Show volume in menu bar”
Create Bootable USB Drive
Backup computer. Create bootable El Capitan USB drive. Install El Capitan in your Mac internal hard drive using bootable USB drive.