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Will these work with a Imac as i do not like wires ,esp. with head phones


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Supposedly they work if you have Leopard because it adds A2DP to the bluetooth software which is needed for stereo audio streaming. I've heard mostly that it works, but some have said it doesn't.

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thanks for the reply

when to the fountain head and they said it would be Ok so if it does not they will get the headphones back for full refund
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I have some Creative ones that come with a dongle you plug into the audio output which work okay (apart form the extra battery usage), and allegedly will work natively with Leopard when I upgrade.

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well to answer my own question and for all others


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do work without any dongles you can walk out of the room go around the house and listen to music from the IMac
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