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Tip: Improving The Volume On Your MacBook Speakers

by Juan on October 20th, 2008

Popular Mechanic has a tip on improving the volume on your MacBook’s speakers.

If you’re watching videos, it’s best to watch it via VLC. VLC allows you to boost the audio of the video file way above the limit that Apple has set. The software claims it can be boosted to up to 400 percent. This solution is not available for system sounds, etc.

The next best thing would be to use software like Audio Hijack Pro from Rogue Amoeba. This however costs 32 bucks.

Lets face it, the speaker quality on the MacBooks aren’t good. They’re down right mediocre. It would be really advisable to just use earphones or plug-in external speakers. That’s not practical always. So those above are the next best things.

View the article from Poplular Mechanic here.

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