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Connect your Mac to a iPod, iPad, home stereo, speakers, or musical instruments

There are several ways to play music from your Mac: Use iTunes   Stream it wirelessly to external speakers Use AirPlay Sync your iOS device (including music) over a shared Wi-Fi connection You can use a third-party audio device to connect speakers to your Mac. Plug it in with a FireWire, USB, Thunderbolt or S/PDIF cable . Install drivers for the audio device, if needed, before you plug the device into the Mac. Check the manual or go to the manufacturer’s website if you aren't sure if it needs

Mac mini (Late 2012): External ports and connectors

44.1-192kHz sampling rate. It also accepts a stereo miniplug-to- RCA cable adapter for connecting stereo equipment to the computer. Optical audio input is SPDIF format and uses a standard TOSLINK cable with a TOSLINK mini-plug adapter, accepting up to 24-bit stereo and 44.1-96kHz sampling rate. Headphone out/optical audio out port The headphone/line out port accommodates digital optical audio output, analog audio output with a 24-bit, 44.1-192 kHz D/A converter, digital audio output up to 24-bit

Macintosh: Solutions for noise in the audio signal

audio equipment. If you use a balanced (XLR) interconnect, isolate the current by breaking the shield (pin 1) connection. Use a cable designed without this connection or a shield isolator adapter. If you use an unbalanced ( RCA or 3.5mm ) audio connection, use an isolation transformer. The next section of the article lists resources for these cables . The goal in reducing ground loop noise is to break any connections between the shields of cables connected

Wi-Fi base stations: How to set up and configure AirPort Express for AirPlay and iTunes

before you begin Start with a plan for the physical layout. Depending on whether you have an existing Wi-Fi network, or if you are using your AirPort Express as a standalone Wi-Fi device, there are several options available for you to choose from. When using Ethernet, Cat6 cable is recommended. The layout you choose should take into account environmental factors such as physical access, location, range, radio frequency interference, etc. You will need to consider what AirPort Utility settings

PowerBook G4 (12-inch, 1.33 GHz) - Getting Started

Information 65 Cleaning Your PowerBook 65 Carrying Your PowerBook 65 Storing Your PowerBook 66 Safety Instructions for Setting Up and Using Your Computer 67 General Safety Instructions 68 Battery 68 Connectors and Ports 68 Avoid Hearing Damage 68 Apple and the Environment 69 Ergonomics dix C 71 Connecting to the Internet 73 Gathering the Information You Need 74 Entering Your Information 75 Dial-Up Modem With Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) Connections 77 DSL, Cable Modem, or LAN Internet Connections 83

PowerBook G4 (17-inch, 1.5GHz) - Getting Started

Your Computer’s Software 63 Locating Your Product Serial Number dix A 65 Specifications dix B 67 Safety, Use, and Care Information 67 Safety Instructions for Setting Up and Using Your Computer 68 Using Your PowerBook 69 General Safety Instructions 70 Battery 70 Avoid Hearing Damage 70 Apple and the Environment 71 Ergonomics dix C 73 Connecting to the Internet 75 Gathering the Information You Need 76 Entering Your Information 77 Dial-Up Modem With Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) Connections 79 DSL, Cable Modem

PowerBook G4 (15-inch, 1.33GHz/1.5GHz) - Getting Started

63 Locating Your Product Serial Number dix A 65 Specifications dix B 67 Safety, Use, and Care Information 67 Safety Instructions for Setting Up and Using Your Computer 68 Using Your PowerBook 69 General Safety Instructions 70 Battery 70 Avoid Hearing Damage 70 Apple and the Environment 71 Ergonomics dix C 73 Connecting to the Internet 75 Gathering the Information You Need 76 Entering Your Information 77 Dial-Up Modem With Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) Connections 79 DSL, Cable Modem, or LAN

PowerBook G4 (15-inch, Double Layer Super Drive) - User Guide

Connecting to the Internet 81 Gathering the Information You Need 82 Entering Your Information 82 Connecting With a Dial-Up Modem 84 Connecting With DSL, Cable Modem, or LAN 89 Configuring Your AirPort Extreme Wireless Connection 93 Troubleshooting Your Connection Appendix D 95 Top Ten Questions 99 Communications Regulation Information Index 105 1 5 1 Getting Started Your PowerBook is a full-featured notebook computer. Your PowerBook includes the following

PowerBook G4 (17-inch, 1.67GHz) - User Guide

Your Information 82 Dial-Up Modem With Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) Connections 84 DSL, Cable Modem, or LAN Internet Connections 89 AirPort Extreme Wireless Connection 93 Troubleshooting Your Connection Appendix D 95 Top Ten Questions 99 Communications Regulation Information Index 105 LL3140.book Page 4 Thursday, February 17, 2005 4:27 PM 1 5 1 Getting Started Your PowerBook is a full-featured notebook computer. Important: Read all the installation

PowerBook G4 (15-inch, 1.67/1.5GHz) - User Guide

13, 44 cable 79 DSL 79 monitoring a printer 28 mouse 26 multiple USB devices 35 N Network Connections 94 networking two computers 37 wireless 41 Network Setup Assistant 79 numeric keypad 25 Num Lock key 7 O optical drive 7, 48 compatible discs 96 disc sizes supported 48 P password 96 resetting 96 PC Card ejecting 38 inserting 38 slot 9, 38 playing a video 50 CDs 48 DVD-Video discs 50 plug AC 10 Point-to-Point Protocol 82, 84, 88 port audio line in 9 DVI 9 Ethernet 9

PowerBook G4 (12-inch, 1.5 GHz) - User Guide

Entering Your Information 80 Dial-Up Modem With Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) Connections 82 DSL, Cable Modem, or LAN Internet Connections 87 AirPort Extreme Wireless Connection 91 Troubleshooting Your Connection Appendix D 93 Top Ten Questions 97 Communications Regulation Information Index 103 LL3093.book Page 4 Friday, February 4, 2005 5:50 PM 1 5 1 Getting Started Your PowerBook is a full-featured notebook computer. Important: Read all

PowerBook G4 (17-inch, Double Layer Super Drive) - User Guide

General Safety Instructions 76 Handling the Battery 76 Avoiding Hearing Damage 77 Understanding Ergonomics 78 Apple and the Environment Appendix C 79 Connecting to the Internet 81 Gathering the Information You Need 82 Entering Your Information 82 Connecting With a Dial-Up Modem 84 Connecting With DSL, Cable Modem, or LAN 89 Configuring Your AirPort Extreme Wireless Connection 93 Troubleshooting Your Connection Appendix D 95 Top Ten Questions 99

MacBook (13-inch) - User Guide

Troubleshooting Your Connection 123 Appendix D: Top Ten Questions 129 Communications Regulation Information 133 Index 7 1 1 Getting Started Your MacBook includes the following components: Important: Read all the installation instructions (and the safety information in Appendix B, “Safety, Use, and Care Information,” on page 103) carefully before you plug your computer into a wall socket. AC power cord Apple Remote AC plug MagSafe 60W Power Adapter MENU 8 Chapter 1 Getting

MacBook Pro (15-inch) - User Guide

Regulation Information 135 Index 7 1 1 Getting Started Your MacBook Pro includes the following components: Important: Read all the installation instructions and safety information (see “Safety, Use, and Care Information” on page 105) carefully before you plug your computer into a power outlet. AC power cord Apple Remote Power adapter DVI to VGA adapter ® MENU 8 Chapter 1 Getting Started Setting Up Your MacBook Pro Your MacBook Pro is designed so that you can set it up

MacBook Pro (17-inch) - User Guide

) carefully before you plug your computer into a wall socket. AC power cord Apple Remote AC plug 85W MagSafe Power Adapter DVI to VGA adapter MENU ® 8 Chapter 1 Getting Started Setting Up Your MacBook Pro Your MacBook Pro is designed so that you can set it up quickly and start using it right away. The following pages take you through the setup process, including these tasks:  Plugging in the Apple MagSafe Power Adapter  Connecting cables  Turning on your MacBook Pro