|Aug 13, 2014, 01:14 PM||#1|
iMac no longer plays sound
Apple has quoted me $300 for a fix. I've read a while ago of other ways to be able to play sound from the iMac...like some sort of wireless speaker? I'm not really sure, but should I just spend the 300 or are there alternatives to get out sound of the iMac?
|Aug 14, 2014, 12:53 AM||#2|
1 - replace the affected part yourself: ifixit.com have detailed guides and you probably will spend way less than what's quoted.
2 - USB speakers
3 - Bluetooth speakers
15" Macbook Pro Early 2011, 2.2 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 750GB HDD + 60GB SSD(Fusion Drive)
ACMT, ACTC(10.8, 10.9) Certified
|Aug 14, 2014, 12:57 PM||#3|
Hey, so initially Apple thought it was a $50 fix. Apparently there is some other part that was also damaged.
Basically I was taking out my Apple earpods and the metal piece that attaches to the port was stuck...I took out the headphone but the metal piece is still in there.
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