Use AirPods Max with your Mac
If you can't connect to your Mac
1:172:08On your mac open system preferences. Click bluetooth on the list of bluetooth devices you'll findMoreOn your mac open system preferences. Click bluetooth on the list of bluetooth devices you'll find your airpods double-click to connect.
[ Easy to Use, Just One-Step ]: Set your Bluetooth earphones to pairing status. Then insert ROUTE AIR, and hold the pairing button A or B 4 seconds into pairing mode with blinking white LED. Pairing will be successful once LED turns to constant white. And it doesn't need to pair again next time.
Click Finder, choose Applications in the sidebar, then select Audio MIDI Setup. You can also simply search Audio MIDI Setup in Spotlight on the menu bar. Click the Add (+) icon at the bottom of the window, then select Create Multi-Output Device. Tick the box beside the two sets of AirPods that you want to listen from.
If you want to turn automatic switching off for your Mac, open Bluetooth preferences on your Mac with your AirPods in your ears. Click the Options button next to your AirPods in the list of devices. Click Connect to This Mac, and then choose When Last Connected to This Mac.
Whenever you have a connection problem, click on the Bluetooth icon in the menu bar, select your AirPods, and toggle Connect/Disconnect. If this doesn't help, try “forgetting” AirPods and then re-pairing them with Mac: Open System Preferences > Bluetooth > the “x” button next to your AirPods > Forget Device.
0:111:54And we locate bluetooth which will be on the left hand side and over on the right we have the mainMoreAnd we locate bluetooth which will be on the left hand side and over on the right we have the main Bluetooth toggle. So let's just switch back on like. So see the light is still flashing white bear.
You can connect two pairs of AirPods to one MacBook Air. To do so, follow the steps from the last section to connect both sets of AirPods to the MacBook Air.
If you can't connect to your Mac Make sure that you have a Mac with the latest version of macOS. Put both AirPods in the charging case and make sure that both AirPods are charging. To make sure that Bluetooth is on, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Bluetooth.
Your AirPods (2nd generation), AirPods (3rd generation), and AirPods Pro can switch automatically between your Mac with macOS Big Sur, iPhone with iOS 14, and iPad with iPadOS 14 or later. Your devices need to be signed in with the same Apple ID using two-factor authentication.
If you and your friend both have your AirPods with you, you can connect both of them to the same Mac for a shared listening experience.
So as long as your MacBook or PC supports Bluetooth 4.0 and higher, you should be able to use your AirPods with your computer.