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I have a Macbook pro and a DVD player connected, via HDMI inputs, to my AVR-2313CI. I want to connect a wireless microphone and listen to the mic input while watching the macbook pro screen. Is it possible?

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Sure. If the wireless mic has an output comparable to the 2313CI inputs.

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Assuming I find a wireless mic that send the signal to a box that is connected to the AVR with an HDMI cable. The AVR can take the sound from one hdmi port and the video from another? Is that corretc?

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Uh no. The mic would have to be connected by a non-HDMI input and then you can change the INPUT MODE of the MacBook Pro to either "Digital" or "Analog" depending on the cable used.

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Ok, so the mic would have to be connected to the mac somehow.

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Not necessarily ... what I meant was that the INPUT MODE setting on the AVR for the video source (ie. MacBook Pro) would have to be changed.

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