Apple Audio Updater
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Audio patch for Mac OS X 10.4.10 Intel-based Macs.   Updater
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Apple Audio Updater 2007/01 is recommended for all users running 10.4.10 on Intel-based Macs and resolves an issue with audio.
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Intel, Mac OS X 10.4.10 or later








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Tournesol commented on 04 Jul 2007
Does not show up in software update on my new MBP santa rosa :(
[Version 2007-001]


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peanut butter reviewed on 03 Jul 2007
Simple easy d/l and install.

Got rid of the annoying popping and static from a 3.5mm cable being connected to the speaker jack on an MBP (C2D, early 2007).

Previously I was either pulling the plug, or changing the volume every few minutes. Problem only occurred when audio was idle.
[Version 2007-001]

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peanut butter replied on 07 Jul 2007
still getting the problem of a loud buzzing when I wake from sleep and I have external speakers plugged in.... but the buzzing doesn't return every few minutes the way it did before.
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peanut butter replied on 13 Jul 2007
and now come clicking is returning. The update was great at first, but now some of the old problems are back....hmmmm
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Foulger commented on 02 Jul 2007
What a shame it still doesn't make the Mac Pro remember where the sound output is directed through.
[Version 2007-001]

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megagram replied on 03 Jul 2007
What do you mean by this? I have a Mac Pro and I"m not sure I have this issue.
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Foulger replied on 03 Jul 2007
If you have external speakers plugged into the line output at the back ,when you restart or start-up, the chimes come from the internal speakers.
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MacUpdate-Lon replied on 03 Jul 2007
Yes, that's correct, the chime does come through the internal speakers at startup and not external speakers. That is not a bug, it is a feature. My G4 PowerBook did not have this feature, it would play the chime via the external speakers.
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MacUpdate-Lon replied on 03 Jul 2007
I should clarify that I am using a Macbook Pro now, not my old G4 PowerBook, and the chime sound comes through the internal speakers on my MacBook Pro. I like this feature because on my G4 PowerBook the chime would blow me away coming through my external speakers (I'd always forget to turn the volume down before restarting).
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megagram replied on 03 Jul 2007
Yeah, this is definitely a new thing with the Intel macs. It must be the way the Intel audio controller handles sound.

It's probably related to the fact that all the sound outputs seem to be completely unrelated to each other. For instance, if you have a device plugged in to your line-out, you can still have audio come through headphones or internal speaker. On my old G5 this was not possible.
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Foulger replied on 03 Jul 2007
I guess the only workaround is to lug your speakers into the headphone socket - but that looks very untidy - leads coming from the front
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megagram replied on 03 Jul 2007
This won't accomplish anything except mute the standard system sounds from the built-in speaker. The startup chime *always* comes through the built-in speaker no matter what. Unless you mute your audio before restarting.
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O5220803 commented on 02 Jul 2007
Works correctly on my MacIntel (Core Duo) Mini! Thanks, Apple!
[Version 2007-001]


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A J Benamu commented on 02 Jul 2007
Works like a charm.
Thanks Apple for fixing this annoying noise.

AJ
[Version 2007/01]


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Downloads:4,139
Version Downloads:4,104
Type:Utilities : System
License:Updater
Date:02 Jul 2007
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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