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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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has anybody else noticed that the Left/Right balance on the volume in their Powerbook (i'm using the Aluminum Powerbook) tends to move on it's own? it's not very obvious, but it only moves a ticks to the right or to the left. i keep having to reset the balance to the middle every so often. why won't it stay in the middle? thanks for your help.
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me too. how do you reset the balance? it's been bothering me too. i just decided to move my speakers. thanks
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me too. how do you reset the balance? it's been bothering me too. i just decided to move my speakers. thanks
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I just readjust the volume balance in the system preferences under the SOUND option. and then within the SOUND option you have to click on the OUTPUT tab and put the pointer back into the center.
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