I have been having a hack of a time lately trying to figure out why I heard nothing from my headset when using HiFi. I tried to go to the meeting but heard NO ONE and today I dug into the logs and found out why.
I am using OSX 10.9.2, newest Interface from HiFi, even searched did not find anything specifically related to headsets so I am asking this in hopes you guys can help me out.
- It works fine when headset isnt connected, but that is not something I can do as I must use headset.
- Logitech has no software for the Mac for this headset so nothing there to interfere.
- I found the bits of the log explaining it fairly much what it going on but I cannot find a way to handle changing the format or anything like that so anything will help.
- It does not crash, just no audio.
Thanks and here is that part of the log:
[2014-05-11T02:22:58] The default audio input device is "Logitech G930 Headset
[2014-05-11T02:22:58] The audio input device “Logitech G930 Headset” is available.
[2014-05-11T02:22:58] The desired format for audio I/O is QAudioFormat(24000Hz, 16bit, channelCount=1, sampleType=SignedInt, byteOrder=LittleEndian, codec=“audio/pcm”)
[2014-05-11T02:22:58] The desired audio format is not supported by this device
[2014-05-11T02:22:58] The default audio output device is “Logitech G930 Headset”
[2014-05-11T02:22:58] The audio output device “Logitech G930 Headset” is available.
[2014-05-11T02:22:58] The format to be used for audio output is QAudioFormat(24000Hz, 16bit, channelCount=2, sampleType=SignedInt, byteOrder=LittleEndian, codec=“audio/pcm”)
[2014-05-11T02:22:58] Ring Buffer capacity in samples: 5120
[2014-05-11T02:22:58] Unable to set up audio input because of a problem with input format.