6 Replies Latest reply: Jul 28, 2009 2:32 PM by pepparkaka
rolandomerida Level 1 Level 1 (100 points)
Guys,
I'm about to get a 13" MacBook Pro and there's a little piece of information I haven't found anywhere. How many speakers does this model have and where are they located? I think it has only one? Hopefully its sound is not too tiny.
JJ

Mac Mini 1.83 GHz Intel Core Duo / 2GB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM, Mac OS X (10.5.6), iPhone 3G 16GB / WD 1TB MyBook
  • sdschramm Level 3 Level 3 (500 points)
    There are three speakers....One left, one right and a "subwoffer." They are located under the keyboard, believe it or not.

    The sound (like almost every laptop) is tinny, however I find the speakers on my 13" MBP better then my old Black MacBook and MUCH better then the typical PC laptop. They get pretty loud too! Overall, the speakers have much improved!
  • rolandomerida Level 1 Level 1 (100 points)
    Wow. Below the keyboard? Good to know there are three speakers and a comment about their sound.

    Thank you so much for the quick reply. I think I'll love my MacBook from the moment it's out of the box!

    JJ

    Message was edited by: JJ
  • katmeef Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)
    Thank you so much for the quick reply. I think I'll love my MacBook from the moment it's out of the box!


    Hah just don't install EFI 1.7 when your fresh out-of-the-box MAC asks to install the available updates.... http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=2054387&tstart=0
  • jpma Level 1 Level 1 (55 points)
    I don't get it when you mean don't just install EF1.7 with frest out of the box mac?
  • sdschramm Level 3 Level 3 (500 points)
    As long as he does not plan on using a third party drive, he does not need to worry about doing the update. (he can do the update without the chance of harm)

    I bought my macbook pro with a 320GB hard drive pre-installed/upgraded. I did the update and have seen on differences or problems.

    So if you stay apple, then the apple update does not do anything to harm you. Once you start taking apple parts out of your system and putting in other things, thats when problems can start.
  • pepparkaka Level 1 Level 1 (40 points)
    sdschramm wrote:
    As long as he does not plan on using a third party drive, he does not need to worry about doing the update. (he can do the update without the chance of harm)

    I bought my macbook pro with a 320GB hard drive pre-installed/upgraded. I did the update and have seen on differences or problems.

    So if you stay apple, then the apple update does not do anything to harm you. Once you start taking apple parts out of your system and putting in other things, thats when problems can start.


    That is wrong info. People have problems with MacBook Pro EFI Firmware Update 1.7 with original hardware.

    Added efi firmware version for future ref.