Orlando Enrique Fiol
At 10:01 AM 10/3/2020, Kevin Minor wrote:
I have no idea what's going on. Yesterday I purchased a Yeti USB mic.If your Blue Yeti is the same as mind, its built-in sound card is only intended for its own input, not input from Windows applications. The only way you'll get sound out of the Yeti is through headphones plugged into its 8-inch jack on the microphone's bottom.
Your problem is the same as mine: the Yeti shows up in Windows asas both a microphone (which it is) and a speaker (which it ain't). I'm somewhat curious now to plug headphones into the Yeti, assign JaWS to it and listen for any sound.
This phantom Yeti speaker is exactly what I get whenever Narrator runs before my Windows user profile and sound configuration load.