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My macbook pro's speakers seem to be getting quieter. Okay, not seem to be, they really are. I will turn my speakers down to about 5 bars, and I can't hear a single thing. Volume all the way up sounds like it's at about halfway. Is there anything I can do to fix this? Or is there some setting I accidentally tweaked?
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If your listening to music from iTunes, you might want to check the volume slider in iTines, it sometimes can throw speakers into a lower volume if it's not set up higher. Just my 2 cents worth.

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Hmm nope, the volume is all the way up on iTunes. Anything else though?
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Is it only iTunes or only alerts sounds or all the sounds?
Have you checked your system Pref.s' Sound Pref. Pane to check if all the settings are OK?

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All sounds no matter what I'm running. And I checked my preferences and they're all fine from what I can see.
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