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Member Since: Dec 22, 2006
Location: Texas, where else?
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Mac Specs: 15" MBP 2.33 C2D 256 4GB, MBA 13" i7 1.8, MB 2.0 2GB, Nano 4th, 3GS, iPad 1

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Unless he's changed his Mac specs in the last 15 minutes, it doesn't remotely suggest he's not running an intel machine. Every Mac since mid '06 has been intel.

I also have not experienced the issue you are talking about with the 2 intel Macs I have here. You say you have also googled your problem and not found anything similar to your issue. Sorry, but I have to ask, if it was something inherent with all intel machines, do you really think that there would be such a dearth of such info and a lack of reporting such an issue with every review by every major review site? they sure don't seem to have problems reporting every other issue.

Most of the time I have run into what I would call "fuzzy" sound, it has been the input/output jack, the cable, or an old receiver who's volume control has gotten dusty/dirty over the years. The first thing I'd try would be different inputs on the amp.

Ahhh, ANOTHER adapter... such is life in the fast moving pace of the electronics world. Wish we could be stuck in the '50s to '70s, but alas, we're not.

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