Mini Mac, microphone, speaker?

The Mac mini has a speaker and microphone, so it begs to play your playlist?

It has a very small internal speaker. It generates very low quality and is really intended to alert sounds.

It doesn't have a microphone.

You can get a USB mic and plug the PC speakers with 3.5 mm.

You can also use a headset with a single 3.5 mm plug that has headphones and a microphone lke who came with iPhones before the iPhone 7

You can also get a USB webcam, since those who have microphones built-in

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