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Macbook - is there a way (or software) to amplify the macbook direct sound ouput?


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is there a way (or software) to amplify the macbook direct sound output?
for instance when i watch a movie with the VLC player, i can increase the sound volume up to 400%....

is there a application for amplify the whole system sound volume?

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The internal speakers can only go to a certain volume. They are portable notebook speakers and aren't meant to be extremely loud, or have exceptional sound quality.
If you want it louder, then I would suggest a set of external, powered speakers.

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i have a external powered speakers but they souds lower even than macbook lol... is there a special type of speakers to use with?
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you prob just need to get better speakers
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Yes, you need better speakers. The Macs sound output through the headphone socket is superb, get some powered speakers.
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