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Art *** does not pair with my Mac

My BT 132 ArtDio 2.0 Portable Bluetooth speaker with Mike will not pair with my MacAir with OS X 10.5 Leopard. It will also not pair with my Mac Intel. The computers recognize the speaker, but it will not pair and operate on BT. The wire connection is fine, just the BT.

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  • maplestkid May 11, 2010

    How are you attempting to pair with the speakers?

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Is this device Mac compatible? It doesn't sound like it is. Maybe go to Apple or Mfgs. website and see if drivers are available for Mac. If not, the thing will probably never work with a Mac. I always make sure hardware is Mac compatible before I buy.

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