Hardware :: Bluetooth Magic Trackpad & Speaker Noise?

Jan 1, 2011

I have noticed a fair amount of interference/white noise coming from my speakers whenever I touch/scroll on my Magic Trackpad. If I use the Magic Mouse it does the same thing, so has to be related to bluetooth.

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Hardware :: [VIDEO] Magic Trackpad VS Magic Mouse VS Macbook Trackpad?

Jul 28, 2010

Video available here.

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Hardware :: Magic Trackpad Or Magic Mouse With Lot Of Windows?

Sep 2, 2010

buying one of these to replace my mouse.There's no store where i live so i can't go into the store and try both I'v never tried the apple trackpad on their laptops either.I used a lot of windows laptops before and what i can say.They were so bad that i always had a little mouse in my back I rly don't know what to expect for the apple track pad.Can it replace completely the mouse and is it comfortable to work with ? Or should i go with the mouse ?

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Hardware :: Magic Mouse & Magic Trackpad Use With Imac

Nov 26, 2010

I'm looking to get either a Magic Mouse or the Magic trackpad to use with my iMac. Do they both work with Windows? My wife uses Windows Vista on bootcamp for work. Also, I do play some games, nothing heavy duty.Any other thoughts or suggestions would be helpful, especially concerning the magic trackpad as my experience with it is approximately 10 minutes at my local Apple store.

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IMac :: Magic Trackpad Or Magic Mouse For Daily Use?

Jul 27, 2010

Which one do you want to use for everyday surfing etc?

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IMac :: Magic Trackpad Much Better Than Magic Mouse - 27"

Aug 2, 2010

For those who have purchased the new iMac or are thinking of purchasing, definitely go with a Magic Trackpad. The Magic Mouse is a little better for dragging and dropping, but the Trackpad is so much more enjoyable to use for everything elseApple should really figure out a way to make this a packaging option

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Hardware :: Magic Mouse Or Magic Trackpad?

Dec 28, 2010

I just purchased a Apple Wireless Keyboard for my MacBook Pro. And I was wondering if I should get a Magic Mouse or Magic trackpad. I love to use my computer from my tv while I sit on the couch and I like to use it from a distance from my tv. Please help by reply and tell me.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: External Bluetooth Speaker Volume Too Low?

Jun 14, 2012

I have an external bluetooth speaker from jawbone called jambox. From the start on I had the normal speaker volume like I also stil have it if I connected the bluetooth speaker with my iPod touch. But some day ago, the volume from my whole Mac (not just from iTunes) dropped through my Jawbone. It is not just about 40% of that, what I know of, that the Jawbone Jambox is able to bring. This problem exists through all audio / video programs on my Macbook Pro. So like in iTunes, also in VLC or MplayerX. Everywhere. The software sound of MacOS Lion is on maximum. Also the sound control of the jambox itself is reached. It seems like there is a protection against to high volume anywhere turned on which just do not allow me to turn up the volume beyond a specifc point of db. But, I can only repeat: The speaker is in a good shape. I am able to play music much more louder with my iPod paired. But just not with my macbook. I am looking for a "hidden" option to disable the maximum volume limitation of my Mac to the speaker. 

Info:
MacBook Pro (13-inch Early 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.4), Jawbone Jambox

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MacBook Pro :: Can Use A Panasonic SC-HC57 Bluetooth Speaker With It

Jun 29, 2012

I am running Lion 10.7.4 presently on my MacBook Pro and will also be upgrading to Mountain when it is released.  If I have external Bluetooth speakers like the Panasonic HC57's, can I go into System Preferences and choose them as my output speakers?

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Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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MacBook Pro :: Popping Sound With Bluetooth Speaker

Dec 4, 2014

I just purchased a Bose SoundLink Mini bluetooth speaker. It pairs up and connects fine with both my iPad Mini and Macbook Pro. The sound quality is excellent on playback from iTunes on the iPad Mini, however when I connect with the Macbook Pro....I am getting terrible popping and cracking sounds. I am using Lion 10.7.5 on the Macbook Pro. Wondering if it must be some issue with the operating system since I DON'T have the problem when I play audio from the iPad Mini.

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MacBook Pro (15-inch 2.4/2.2 GHz), Mac OS X (10.7.5)

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MacBook Pro :: Pair A Bluetooth Monster IClarity Speaker To It?

Jul 5, 2012

I bought a bluetooth speaker called Monster iClarity and it works magically with my iPhone, but I tried pairing it with my macbook, and won't. Is there a way to get it to work? Has anyone else tried? It would so great to this pair to work together.

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ProI bought a bluetooth speaker called Monster iClarity and it works magically with my iPhone, but I tried pairing it with my macbook, and won't.

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ITunes For Mac :: Listen From Computer And Bluetooth Speaker At Same Time?

Dec 8, 2014

i can't listen both speaker in same time? is possible ?

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MacBook Air :: It Doesn't Pair With Bluetooth Speaker (Jambox Or Big Blue)

Mar 31, 2012

I've tried two different Bluetooth speakers (Jambox abd Big Blue) and both don't pair with my MacBook Air.

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MacBook Pro :: New Unibody Buzzing Noise Coming From Left Speaker?

Feb 1, 2009

I have had my new pro since christmas, and it has been incredible. however i noticed from day one that periodically i get this buzzing noise coming from the left speaker - closest to the screen. is it the hard drive? what is it... and is it normal? sometimes if i tap the speaker area (next to the magsafe) it goes away.. and other times its pretty loud. i do NOT have applecare. should I purchase that as well.

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Intel Mac :: Use Magic Trackpad In 10.5?

Feb 21, 2012

Can I use Magic Trackpad in 10.5? If I can , do I need any software?

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MacBook Pro :: Bluetooth Mouse Vs Magic One

Jan 16, 2010

Ok, the Magic mouse is nice, it's pretty, it's got great scrolling features and it's bluetooth.

But after a few days of using it all day it's a pain. The ergonomics are not ideal, nowhere near as comfortable as my Logitech gaming mouse (can't remember the name) and my wrist hurts.

What is out there that is a good bluetooth mouse? They all seem a bit wishywashy to me, and the MS one I tried had dreadful latency that really bothers me.

Any suggestions?

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Hardware :: Magic Mouse/Bluetooth Gone?

Feb 9, 2010

I have the magic mouse and have been using it without incident for the past few months. Yesterday I turned my MacBook on and the mouse no longer worked. The bluetooth icon on the top right of the screen is gone, and when I got into system preferences and mouse, it says it cannot find a mouse. The mouse itself is still in perfect working order (green light etc.). I also just performed all updates. Hopefully someone knows what going on with this.
Thanks.

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Mac Pro :: Get Bluetooth Magic Track-pad To Work With It?

Mar 9, 2012

Why do I not have full functionality of my Magic Trackpad? I am trying to get my bluetooth Magic trackpad to work with my Mac Pro It is successfully connected via my CSR bluetooth dongle It will support point and click but temporarily crashes as soon as I try a 3 finger gesture2 finger scroll doesn't crash itbut it doesn't do anything either I've pasted my info below including the mac pro, osx and Bluetooth info Mac Pro?

Model Identifier:          MacPro1,1  Processor Name:          Dual-Core Intel Xeon  Processor Speed:          2.66 GHz  Number of Processors:          2  Total Number of Cores:          4  L2 Cache (per Processor):          4 MB  Memory:          7 GB  Bus Speed:          1.33 GHz  Boot ROM Version:          MP11.005C.B08  SMC Version (system):          1.7f10   System Version:  

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Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3), Magic Trackpad

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Hardware :: New Multitouch Bluetooth Magic Mouse

Oct 20, 2009

Apple on Tuesday released what the company heralded as the first-ever multi-touch mouse, a new product called the Magic Mouse, the successor to the Mighty Mouse. Apple said that the new multi-touch hardware allows customers to navigate using intuitive finger gestures instead of mechanical buttons, scroll wheels or scroll balls. The entire top surface of the Magic Mouse is a multi-touch surface that can track independent fingers. The new hardware comes with the new iMac and is priced for standalone purchase at $69. "Apple is the Multi-Touch leader, pioneering the use of this innovative technology in iPhone, iPod touch and Mac notebook trackpads," said Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. "Apple's Multi-Touch technology allows us to offer an easy to use mouse in a simple and elegant design." The Magic Mouse is said to feature a seamless touch-sensitive enclosure that allows it to be a single or multi-button mouse with advanced gesture support. Using intuitive gestures, users can easily scroll through long documents, pan across large images or swipe to move forward or backward through a collection of web pages or photos. Magic Mouse works for left or right handed users and multi-button or gesture commands can be easily configured from within System Preferences.

The Magic Mouse laser tracking engine provides a smooth, consistent experience across more surfaces than a traditional optical tracking system. Magic Mouse uses Bluetooth wireless capabilities to create a clean, cable-free desk top and its secure wireless connection works from up to 10 meters away. To extend battery performance, Magic Mouse includes an advanced power management system that works with Mac OS X to automatically switch to low power modes during periods of inactivity. The wireless Magic Mouse is powered by two AA batteries which are included. Earlier this month, AppleInsider revealed that Apple was planning a makeover of its wireless mouse with multi-touch technology. It, along with a new wireless keyboard, were revealed in a subsequent filing with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. The hardware previously carried the Mighty Mouse moniker, but that trademark was handed to the company Man & Machine earlier this month. Years ago, the small accessory maker sued both Apple and CBS for use of the name Mighty Mouse, which the peripheral company has used for its own dishwasher-safe computer mouse.[ View this article at AppleInsider.com ]

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MacBook Pro :: Bluetooth Magic Mouse Problem

Nov 13, 2010

i have a magic mouse and i cant turn on the acceleration
in the mouse part of sys prefrences it has this


and on my imac i can enable it and it has this window under mouse.

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Applications :: Jitouch Magic Trackpad

Aug 24, 2010

I'm using Jitouch 2 on my MacBook Pro for a couple of weeks now and it's just amazin.Since my new iMac arrived yesterday, i was wondering whether anyone has already tested the beta version of Jitouch 2 where support for the new Magic Trackpad was added.

"We're glad to announce that jitouch 2.3 beta now supports Magic Trackpad. But unfortunately, due to the new Apple's Magic Trackpad and Multi-Touch Trackpad Update 1.0, some of the gestures in jitouch no longer work properly and a few of them may be permanently removed from the next version of jitouch. We are currently working on updating our software and adding the next "cool" Magic Trackpad features."

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Hardware :: Magic Trackpad Compatible With PC?

Dec 30, 2010

Ordinarily, I wouldn't think so, but my apple wireless keyboard works on my Dell XPS. Any chance the magic Trackpad does the same?

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Login With Magic Trackpad?

Apr 19, 2012

I recently got myself a Magic Trackpad for my TV-computer(a Mac mini running 10.7.3). It seems to work fine, but there's an annoying problem. I can't use it to click on things on the login screen. When I've logged in I can click around on various items, but not on the login screen and since this computer have a couple of family accounts it's a bit annoying. I can move around the pointer so it's not entirely dead, but I can't click making it a bit hard to choose the account you want to login as.Is this how it's supposed to work or is there some setting I've missed?

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Hardware :: Magic Mouse Cause MacBook Noise

Nov 3, 2009

I just got the Magic Mouse and noticed that my MacBook Pro making a sort of loading/reading noise when scrolling.. It doesn't happen with my normal mouse. Anyone else get this? It's quite annoying.

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Hardware :: Magic Mouse Tap To Click Noise

Nov 28, 2009

You know something that has always bothered me is the loud and obnoxious clicking sound which happens whenever you click with a mouse. Unfortunately for me my new magic mouse is louder than previous mice I've used. When I use the mouse at school during class, or at the library the noise is very noticeable, annoying and distracting to others (and to me). I wonder if there is a way to setup the magic mouse to tap to click in the same way that touchpads work.

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OS X :: Bluetooth: Apple Wireless Keyboard, And Magic Mouse?

Nov 27, 2010

I was thinking of purchasing an Apple Wireless Keyboard, and an Apple Magic Mouse. I'm absolutely sure it'll be a wise investment, and an awesome Christmas gift. My current Mighty Mouse is quite horrible, I don't even have the ability to scroll up. Of course I don't bother to waste my time cleaning it. Oh well, they don't have a scroll bar for nothing.

The only problem is that I'm not sure if my Mac has the proper capabilities to enable usage for the wireless perpherials I'm planning to buy. This is somewhat how my Mac looks, though I'm running on Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.3 (I purchased the disk). I believe my computer has Bluetooth, there's an Icon for it in System Preferences. In my System Profiler, it also has a Bluetooth tab (here's the information is shows, I just cropped out some info. at the top, and my name).

How do I know if my Mac is set for these two items?Looking forward to your responses.

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Hardware :: Pairing 2 Bluetooth Keyboards And Magic Mouses

Feb 3, 2010

I got a quick question about bluetooth keyboard and magic mouse. For some reason I need to pair 2 of each to my iMac. I know I can not pair 2 IR remotes, I learned it the hard way now I have an extra remote laying around.

I guess the keyboard and mouse would work since they are bluetooth but if anyone did it before it would be great to know.

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Mac Pro :: Bluetooth Magic Mouse - Disconnect / Reconnect At Random

Apr 25, 2010

This came about after buying a Magic Mouse and finding that the mouse wasn't working how it should. The pointer was lagging and the mouse would disconnect are reconnect at random. Taking a look on the net I found lots who have the same problem even with older Mac Pros. There is a fix for the older models which involves swapping antenna wires that go to the bluetooth card. Now I can't verify this but some say the labels on the antenna cables are wrong but it could be that the wire swap fix uses the airport antenna instead of the bluetooth antenna ? So I decided to take a closer look and came to the conclusion that the Mac Pro bluetooth antenna does not work as it should. This could be down to bad placement, bad designed antenna or the metal of the case.

Where is the bluetooth antenna? If you try to follow the bluetooth antenna cable you see it goes behind the motherboard but impossible to follow. I wanted to know so out came my motherboard. You can see from the picture below that is on the right sort of behind the PCI blanks. The antenna is flat, about half inch wide and 3 inch tall. Looks pretty rubbish. Sorry I didn't take any photos. After more research I have found 2 possible fixes both costing about $10. The first and easiest. Buy yourself a usb adaptor plug it in and off you go.. Well not exactly. It seems that 2 bluetooths together aren't so happy. So to fix this you will need to disconnect the original apple bluetooth located on the motherboard .

1: Remove power cable .
2: Remove case cover
3. Remove processor tray.
4. Locate bluetooth card and disconned the small plug on the left hand side.
5. Put back in reverse order.

Test: Bluetooth Fix Using Original Bluetooth Card. I prefer this way as I'm not adding any hardware as such I'm just replacing the antenna. This way no usb ports are being used and you use your original bluetooth card. You will need to buy 2 things. EBAY is your friend. A WiFi antenna. As wifi uses the same frequency as bluetooth. A U.FL Mini Pci to RP-SMA CABLE to connect from the bluetooth card to the new antenna.

1: Remove power cable .
2: Remove case cover
3. Remove processor tray.
4. Undo the 2 screws and remove the PCI holder plate
5. Undo the 2 screws for the fan and pull the fan forward. (You need to do this to remove the graphics card.)
6. Push the metal bar on the left side of the graphics card to the left and remove the graphics card.
7.Remove a PCI blank and drill a 6.5mm hole in the middle.
8. Fit the RP-SMA connector and tighten the locking nut.
9. Put a little insulation tape on the other end as we need to fish this behind a support and don't was to short anything on the motherboard.
10. Pass cable behind support and fit the PCI blank into place
11. Disconnect the old antenna.Its a very small plug and you must pull it forward towards you (away from motherboard) and connect the new U.FL cable. Tie up and insulate the old antenna cable to avoid short circuits.
12. Refit all in reverse not forgetting the push the metal bar that holds the graphics card to the right before refitting the fan.
13. Screw new antenna into back.

Test
My bluetooth works fine now with my original bluetooth card and new antenna. I have tried it form far away as possible 5-6 metres and works fine. The other thing to do is add your mouse as a favorite in the bluetooth preferences.

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Hardware :: Magic Trackpad & Mouse Combo

Oct 30, 2010

I am currently using the Magic Trackpad and Magic Mouse at the same time and finding it to be a good setup.However there is one minor annoyance, they are both paired and recognised by the mac but I always have to go into bluetooth prefs and connect to the mouse whereas the pad connects automatically.Is there any way to make the mac auto connect to both devices at the same time to avoid this?

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Hardware :: Magic Trackpad Or Bamboo Touch?

Dec 9, 2010

Now that both have been out for a few months has one shown to be better than the other? I like the looks of the MTP and fact the surface is larger. I like the fact the Bamboo is USB and has 4 hard buttons. Prime importance though is work flow. So which one wins out there -- or is it a tie?

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