MacBook Pro Right Speaker Distortion

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Date: Monday, July 10th, 2006, 10:05
Category: MacBook Pro

I was recently reading around on the Apple Discussion Boards and stumbled upon this thread.

The right speaker on my Macbook 2.0 sounds distorted. I
went to the nearest Apple Store to do an exchange bringing my iPod
along to compare the sound quality with the other Macbooks there. They
all had the same right speaker distortion. To take it further, I tried
an old Powerbook. No problems at all. Clean sound from both speakers. I
just cant see all of those Macbooks having defective right speakers.
Assembly or Software problem? What do you guys think?

I have this very same problem with my MacBook Pro and I have been through a similar experience at an Apple Store.

Distorted, Defective Apple MacBook Pro Speakers

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Close Call for Millions of Vets

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Date: Monday, July 10th, 2006, 09:48
Category: News

Good news for 20 million plus veterans. The FBI recovered the stolen VA laptop that contained their personal information. Better yet, they’re fairly confident that no one accessed the data. Of course, they can’t guarantee with 100 percent certainty that the data wasn’t sifted through, but chances are good that the thief wasn’t a criminal mastermind.

Phew, That Was Close

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The Apple Core: Social software site

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Date: Monday, July 10th, 2006, 09:39
Category: The Apple Core

We Macheads tend to be obsessive upgraders, we keep tabs on our favorite software and tend to keep it fanatically up-to-date. Sites like (my personal fave) and prove indispensable at tracking our favorite application versions and user comments about them. There’s a new kid on the block that combines software updates with social networking and the ability to discover new applications.
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.