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Soundsticks with 15" PB


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Hey all,

Just a quick question....I have a 15" alum PB, and I'm hooking up some Soundsticks to it, and the sound is coming out VERY static-filled, and even with some warping of the pitch of the music. I mean, it plays and all, but it's just that the quality is REALLY bad.. (I'm running 10.3.2, and the speakers are hooked directly into the PB via a USB port (not a hub or anything). On my G4, the soundsticks work like a champ, but in the PB, they seem all hosed. Anyone know if there's a documented problem with USB audio output on the PB?

thanks for any tips/advice!!!!
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