Do you need to replace the microphone on your Mac? Depending on the model, there may be one or two audio ports. If your Mac has separate ports for sound input and output, the input port might use a microphone icon or a sound input icon. If your Mac only has one sound port, it might have a headphone icon or no icon at all. This audio port supports stereo output and mono input (such as headphones with built-in microphone).
You can use the computer's internal microphone, the screen microphone (if you have one), the iPhone microphone, or an external microphone connected to the computer's sound port. If you need to replace the microphone on your Mac, you have several options. The internal microphone is usually located near the top of the screen and is used for voice commands and dictation. The screen microphone is located near the bottom of the screen and is used for video conferencing and voice chat.
The iPhone microphone is located near the top of the phone and is used for voice calls and video chat. If you want to use an external microphone, you'll need to connect it to your Mac's audio port. Depending on your Mac model, this port might be labeled with a microphone icon or a sound input icon. Once you've connected your external microphone, you'll need to configure it in System Preferences > Sound > Input.
Here, you can select your external microphone from the list of available inputs and adjust its settings. Replacing a microphone on your Mac is easy if you know what type of audio port it has and what type of microphone you want to use. Whether you're using an internal, screen, iPhone, or external microphone, make sure to configure it in System Preferences > Sound > Input so that it works properly.