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Does anybody else have a problem with a vibration sound when the volume is on high? I get it especially when listening to programs with a lot of dialogue (ie. news, talk shows). Is there any way to fix this? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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The speakers on my ibook did that for a while. Turns out there was just some dust on the speaker or something, because I blew some compressed air in there and the buzz went away. Not sure if this is the case for your laptop, but it wouldn't hurt to try.

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Does anybody else have a problem with a vibration sound when the volume is on high? I get it especially when listening to programs with a lot of dialogue (ie. news, talk shows). Is there any way to fix this? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

Regards,
Matt
If you navigate to System Prefs then click on Sound, there is a volume slider to control the Output volume, maybe you need to back it off if it's on full volume and you're experiencing vibration/distortion. :headphone
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