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B&O goes Mac

Bang & Olufsen have made their BeoSound 2 MP3 player compatible with iTunes after they realized that a "(..) large number of Macintosh users wished to buy the BeoSound 2".

The first Macintosh compatible BeoSound 2 will be available (only) in December., but current owners can make their player Macintosh compatible by downloading the appropriate update.

"All in all, this has been a very positive experience. We cannot say much more than that Macintosh users have good taste. So now we are hoping for a flood of communications from Mac users who are satisfied with us," says Jens Victor Fischer with a smile.

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