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Mac Specs: 2009 MBP, Black speakers, Black Benq second monitor, black(ish) iPhone 5s, Black 2012 iPad, etc.

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mufngruf:

"BlackBook" is a play on "MacBook" which means it is an Intel Mac, but you are quite forgiven for presuming otherwise -- a few friends still have black powerbooks from back in the day that are all running fine many years later.

But bottom line: there is no inherent defect in Intel Macs that causes them to produce fuzzy audio. Not sure what the issue is, but after taking a quick spin round the web it looks like the problem is local to just you.
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