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Versione corrente di: oldturkey03 (dettagli voto) ,

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I would first try resetting Pram and Smc, in case it is just a glitch. If those don't give you your sound back, it's basically useless to open the Mac searching for blown components.

Audio input is filtered by resistors and capacitors, but if you have no output sound either it means the filter system got crushed and possibly a surge went all the way up to the audio codec.

There are tenths of components involved there and nothing replaceable without testing and soldering.

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Modifica di: oldturkey03 (dettagli voto) ,

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I would first try resetting Pram and Smc, in case it is just a glitch. If those don't give you your sound back, it's basically useless to open the Mac searching for blown components.

Audio input is filtered by resistors and capacitors, but if you have no output sound either it means the filter system got crushed and possibly a surge went all the way up to the audio codec.

There are tenths of components involved there and nothing replaceable without testing and soldering.

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Post originale di: arbaman ,

Testo:

I would first try resetting Pram and Smc, in case it is just a glitch. If those don't give you your sound back, it's basically useless to open the Mac searching for blown components.

Audio input is filtered by resistors and capacitors, but if you have no output sound either it means the filter system got crushed and possibly a surge went all the way up to the audio codec.

There are tenths of components involved there and nothing replaceable without testing and soldering.

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