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Sadly this is not an easy fix :-(
 
The socket is mounted on the logic board and you'll need to fully remove it to even have a chance of replacing it. This is a job for someone with microsodering skills and the needed parts.
 
Frankly, I would look for a USB DAC unit as the cheaper way around this. Here's one example: [http://www.trustedreviews.com/best-usb-headphone-amps_round-up_Page-1|AudioEnginehttp://audioengineusa.com/Store/Digital-Audio-Converters/D3-24-Bit-DAC|AudioEngine D3]
Frankly, I would look for a USB DAC unit as the cheaper way around this. Here's one example: [http://www.trustedreviews.com/best-usb-headphone-amps_round-up_Page-1|AudioEnginehttp://audioengineusa.com/Store/Digital-Audio-Converters/D3-24-Bit-DAC|AudioEngine D3]
 
The last option here is to replace the logic board.

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Sadly this is not an easy fix :-(

The socket is mounted on the logic board and you'll need to fully remove it to even have a chance of replacing it. This is a job for someone with microsodering skills and the needed parts.

Frankly, I would look for a USB DAC unit as the cheaper way around this. Here's one example: [http://www.trustedreviews.com/best-usb-headphone-amps_round-up_Page-1|AudioEngine D3]

The last option here is to replace the logic board.

Status:

open