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I thought I was supposed to have a "Line Out" audio output option on my MBP


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Am I nuts, or what? I thought I was supposed to have a "Line Out" audio output option on my MBP. I'd swear that it used to be there. Now all I see is Internal Speakers and Soundflower (2) and (16). I also see my USB Headset when it's plugged in. Where is my Line Out? I think it's gone missing!
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OK - I answered my own question. Line out shows up in the list when I plug into it. But, it shows up as "Headset." I was missing it because I have a USB Headset that also shows up in the list. So, "Line Out" is actually "Headset." I suppose that's because the output is the headphone jack, and it's probably at headphone rather than line impedance.
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Haven't checked it in awhile, it may be listed differently based on using a stereo mini-plug (like a headset) or mini-toslink (optical) also.

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