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My Macbook's sound card has been damaged after a piece of the headphone jack got stuck inside. I've been told its unfixable or will cost the same as a new machine to fix. I want to buy a usb sound card to see if it will fix the problem but not sure if it will work. Has anyone tried this successfully before on a MacBook, and if so which sound card did you use?
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