Cannot have two HD microphones connected at the same time

Cannot have two HD microphones connected at the same time

On macOS 13.x  Ventura you may receive a message that you are unable to have two HD microphones connected at the same time.

To allow both microphones click System Settings \ Security and privacy. 

On the right pane under Security, change 'Allow accessories to connect' to 'Always' then unplug your microphone for 30 seconds then plug it back into the computer.

Re select your microphone from the Talkingvet settings.



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