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What worked for me: open up a Terminal window and: sudo killall coreaudiod


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iTunes uses the same technologies as QuickTime for playback. According to this document circa 2005, QuickTime is capable of playing 24-bit , 192kHz audio files. I think it's safe to say that iTunes is fully capable of playing these files. However, you're probably limited by the hardware in your Mac. If you open the "Audio MIDI Setup" app, you'll probably ...


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You must be part of the MFi program (which covers iPod, iPhone and iPad) to access technical communication specifications for those devices. The MFi Program is intended for hardware developers who wish to develop electronic accessories specifically for iPhone, iPad or iPod*. Companies, organizations, government entities and educational institutions are ...


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The pops you hear are due to the sound card turning on then turning off. It is more obvious if you connect your laptop to an external sound system. Unfortunately it isn't something you can control/change on your system. I'm guessing that Apple does this so that the sound card doesn't play interference sounds (hums, whines, etc) from power sources, cell ...


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Do the following: Open "About This Mac" Open "More Info..." Open "System Report..." From the left pane choose Hardware > Audio Check if Optical Digital Audio Output is present


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This is a bug that sometimes occures on Parallels desktop (PD) 9. Sometimes reinstalling PD can solve this problem. You can drag PD to the trash bin and install it again. After that you can import your existing virtual machine or just open it by clicking on it. I this it is located in Document/Parallels Desktop/


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Just had the exact same issue after restarting. I had previously unloaded a bunch of services. The bluetooth issue was due to unloading the bluetooth service, but I had a bluetooth mouse plugged in via USB, I guess there was some override in the IO or something. Loading the service again fixed the issue. sudo launchctl load -w ...


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I used quicktime + soundflower. Worked well :)



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