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PowerBook - Mic Jack/HD jack


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i have a PowerBook G4 15' 1.5Ghz i was wondering if you can convert your Mic Jack into a Head phone jack ???
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Hello cousin! And no, as far as I know, you can't.
Plus: Stop trying to get surround sound to better me.
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