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> (Go To) Control Panel > Bluetooth Devices
If your device is already there
Highlight device then in menu bar select Remove Wireless devise
Click on Yes
When device removed or if it was not there in the first place
> Add Wireless Device
When computer finds your device select it
Click on Next
Choose Pair without CODE
Click on Next.
Computer should then install drivers
Try and use the bluetooth: Make your T.V. discoverable(I'm sure it's under the network settings or maybe it has a bluetooth settings tab) and pair with it trough your macbook. I would personally just hook up a thunderbolt to HDMI or VGA. You could also get a apple T.V. and connect that way.
According to the Sony website (see direct link below) the instructions say to "not use passcode" when pairing. The link is to the adobe pdf installation page so if you follow it step-by-step, you should be up and running under two minutes.