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The MacBook Pro is very Popular because of the Power it has, the stability and of course the Design. It has more input connections, the MacBook Air has not. You can look that up on the Apple Supprot Pages, but here are some examples : MacBook Pro has a Line-In for 3,5mm jacks, where the MacBook Air only has a 3,5mm headphone jack, but no input. Also The ...


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I use Boot Camp to run Windows 7 on my iMac 27" mid-2011. When in the Windows mode I have the choice of internal speakers or headphone jack in my audio output, even although I the headphones permanently plugged into the headphone jack. So Windows have it solved how come Mac can't - after all it's all the same hardware!


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You can also use the atempo filter with ffmpeg: ffmpeg -i input.mp3 -filter:a atempo=1.114 output.wav


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Audacity has a change tempo effect you could try in the Effects menu. It might end up making it sound funny, so you will obviously want to listen to it once the effect is applied, but it doesn't simply play it back faster which would change the pitch (that is the change speed effect.) If my math is right you will want to change it by +11.4% to get from 3:54 ...


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Unplug from power outlet, "problem solved". Noise stopped, although this is a main issue from the power connector from the mac. Good luck to you all. Cheers.


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Just clean the charger port using clean toothbrush and blowing air into the port...it could be because of some dust particle.


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It is part of the the digital audio out built into that port. You can plug in a toslink cable instead of a 1/8th inch analog cable to get digital audio from your Mac Book. (via) might not work in Ubuntu


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The Griffin iMic is probably the most commonly touted solution for this "new" problem. This way you can monitor through the headphone jack, and the USB headphone jack also....I would assume. Maybe it's one or the other, however. Either way the digital solution may improve signal quality also. There are other cheaper versions of the iMic but it seems ...


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If you use airplay then this might work for you. Change your Apple TV Name (Apple TV software version 6.1 and later) Go to Settings > AirPlay > Apple TV Name > Custom. Use this setting to change the name of the Apple TV to distinguish it from other Apple TVs on the same network. Or in iTunes select the output


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I never heard of PRAM resetting until my MBP started running super slow and took over 2 minutes to boot up. I found this thorough article about PRAM Reset on nextweb, which helped me greatly. It has instructions for different MBP models and additional resetting instructions to consider. Satisfactory performance since. I pair the PRAM reset with the SMC ...


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If you are using a Mini Displayport to HDMI adapter this should help you. If you are using Mini-DVI to HDMI adapter then you will have to get audio from your headphone port via an external cable because DVI is strictly video.


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Loop it in cycle: In terminal: while :; do afplay /path/to/song.mp3; done


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In general, no. On a stock iOS device, the OS security sandbox prevents any app from recording, or otherwise accessing in any way, the audio generated by any other app, unless that other app explicitly exports its audio (via AudioBus or Inter-App Audio). Some (but not all) synthesizer and drum machines (etc.) apps document support for such.


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I am on 10.9.2 and have the same problem. Since there are two answers, I wanted to document my findings: sudo kextunload /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext sudo kextload /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext These two commands will unload then reload the audio kernel extension. This post fixes my problem 100% of the time, So please upvote that ...


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U cant fix it body ther is like a invisebel littel aluminium some thing like thes when she get used mutch it well low her volume tell it go off and the rigth one well go off to NOTE:i mean for the one ho u buy it out of the apple store


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There is no way to do that. As soon as a user is switched, the inactive one looses all access to input/output devices on system-level.


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Is it possible that you have monitoring activated? Monitoring would output what is coming in and therefor an echo would be created.


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I could fix the problem by reloading the kernel extension for audio with these command: sudo kextunload /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext sudo kextload /System/Library/Extensions/AppleHDA.kext



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