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The left earbud on my headphones is broken, but I still want to use the headphones. Is there anyway to reroute all of the sound to the right earbud, making it mono? I know one can make it so just left stereo or right stereo sound comes out but that is not what I am looking for. I just don't want to miss sounds that are only played on the left side.
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There is no way to switch the sound to "mono" on your Mac without using an external audio amplifier. Just buy a new set of earbuds.
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I'd think any of the $10 earbuds from Walmart would sound better than using mono through half a set of earbuds even if there were a way to change it to mono.

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