After installing the new AppleHDA and having the audio finally working properly, I figured you would probably want to mess around with some new settings that are available to you.
First, you can get more precise volume adjustment by holding down the option(Windows Key) + shift keys and tapping the volume up/down keys on your keyboard. This divides each volume “block” into 4 for a more exact adjustment.
Next, you can hold down the shift button while pressing the volume keys to mute the “pop” that you hear when pressing the volume key. If you want to permanently silence the volume-adjust beeping, uncheck “Play feedback when volume is changed” in the Sound preference pane and it won’t bother you again.
If you find any of these suggestions useful then let me know by posting a comment or you can even suggest your own tip and if it’s useful, I’ll add it to the post.
Btw, this idea wasn’t entirely my own. Credit goes out to Mac 101 for this one.
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