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Macbook Pro Audio Port


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Having problems with the audio port on my macbook pro.

Have configured the port to be an input from within settings but no sound can be heard from several different sources.

The bar graph within the settings tab modulates in time with the sound but nothing audible.

Have tried multiple sources and cables.

Anyone got any ideas.

Apologies if this have been covered before.
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