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Your MacBook only has Line In and Line Out ports. The Line In port does not contain a microphone preamplifier (You may be able to boost the microphone signal enough to make it useable, but it will most likely still be low in volume and sound weak).

However the Line Out (yes - the line out port!) actually contains a real microphone input also (for use with combined mic/headphone headsets, see this discussion for additional detailsadditional details and this page for specs on your MacBook):

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This will work with that microphone - all you need is an adapter cable that splits the input from the output in the Line Out port - like the one below:

Headphone and microphone combination adapter cable[1]

Your MacBook only has Line In and Line Out ports. The Line In port does not contain a microphone preamplifier (You may be able to boost the microphone signal enough to make it useable, but it will most likely still be low in volume and sound weak).

However the Line Out (yes - the line out port!) actually contains a real microphone input also (for use with combined mic/headphone headsets, see this discussion for additional details and this page for specs on your MacBook):

enter image description here

This will work with that microphone - all you need is an adapter cable that splits the input from the output in the Line Out port - like the one below:

Headphone and microphone combination adapter cable[1]

Your MacBook only has Line In and Line Out ports. The Line In port does not contain a microphone preamplifier (You may be able to boost the microphone signal enough to make it useable, but it will most likely still be low in volume and sound weak).

However the Line Out (yes - the line out port!) actually contains a real microphone input also (for use with combined mic/headphone headsets, see this discussion for additional details and this page for specs on your MacBook):

enter image description here

This will work with that microphone - all you need is an adapter cable that splits the input from the output in the Line Out port - like the one below:

Headphone and microphone combination adapter cable[1]

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Your MacBook only has Line In and Line Out ports. The Line In port does not contain a microphone preamplifier (You may be able to boost the microphone signal enough to make it useable, but it will most likely still be low in volume and sound weak).

However the Line Out (yes - the line out port!) actually contains a real microphone input also (for use with combined mic/headphone headsets, see this discussion for additional details and this page for specs on your MacBook):

enter image description here

This will work with that microphone - all you need is an adapter cable that splits the input from the output in the Line Out port - like the one below:

Headphone and microphone combination adapter cable[1]