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  1. NickkyJ macrumors regular

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  2. Peace, Jan 17, 2012
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    If your Macbook is a true mid-2010 laptop the Belkin will work fine.

    Meaning if you bought the new MBP in July 2010 and not a previous version.

    Look at about this mac>more info>system report. It should be a 5,1
     
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    Is there a way i can check? I know for a fact i did in july because it was right before school and they had a deal going for students. You got an ipod touch and a printer for free
     
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    No. thats for the iMac. You need 5,1

    It will say "Macbook Pro 5,1 "
     
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    Your good to go then.

    5,1 was the minimum spec I believe.

    You have MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2010) MacBookPro7,1

    The belkin should send audio with no problem.
     

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