will it work on a mac

i have a MacBook Pro with the latest version mavericks 10.9.1 and a 4 GB ran with 2.6Ghz and i5 core processor

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    Absolutely. I have mine connected to my iMac right now.

    You click and hold the "b" button on the left ear (to put in into Bluetooth discovery mode) then go to the Bluetooth tab in your Mac's System Preferences, then select "BeatsStudio Wireless" and click "pair". You only have to do this once, after pairing it will be available though the Bluetooth menu bar item, same as your keyboard.

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  • I have the new iMac and it does work very well!

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  • Yes it works perfectly.

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  • It definitely does work with Mac. You can either connect it with the 3.5mm audio cable (included) or wirelessly with Bluetooth 2.1.

    For those people who could not get it connected: be sure to unpair the headphones with the device previously used. To do so hold the Beats button for about 5 seconds or until you hear a tone. Then pair it with your new device (your Mac).

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    I own one.

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  • I use the headphones seamlessly with my iMac BT. It is excellent through iTunes and the EQ feature in iTunes really helps you dial in your favorite tone. Movies and music really pop with these headphones.

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  • yes.

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  • Yes, just plug in or connected with Bluetooth

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