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Dgmtexas
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macOS Big Sur Verson 11.2.3, Why hasn't Bose developed a way to communicate with Mac OS for a T4S

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Re: macOS Big Sur Verson 11.2.3, Why hasn't Bose developed a way to communicate with Mac OS for a

Hello Dgmtexas,

 

What are you trying to do?  Do you want to use the T4S as a USB device for recording?

 

The T4S does work with MacOS 11.2.3 (Big Sur).  You will need a USB cable (Type A to B or Type C to B depending on which USB ports you have on your Mac).

 

I just tested it and when I powered up the T4S MacOS immediately recognized it and displayed it in the list of audio devices.  Logic Pro allowed me to choose it as a recording device.

 

If you have the correct cable, connect it to your Mac and then power up the T4S.  If that doesn't work check your cable, reboot your Mac, etc.  Last resort, contact Bose support.

 

Hope that helps.