Nimans is shouting about an innovative new headset innovation from Sennheiser that promises an end to distracting work environments – enabling professionals to ‘reclaim their office space’.
The Sennheiser MB 660 Series benefits from an industry first, wireless adaptive active noise cancellation (ANC) technology – designed specifically for workers in noisy open plan offices.
The business-grade device also features an integrated microphone and UC certified communication abilities to ensure crystal clear speech during voice calls – as well as Sennheiser’s renowned audio quality for music and multimedia enjoyment.
“Research shows that noise and distractions in open plan offices can have negative effects on productivity. With the MB 660, resellers can now upgrade the work experience for office workers, help them take control of their environment and create a disruption-free workspace for increased productivity and well-being,” says Paul Burn, Head of Category Sales at Nimans.
The MB 660 provides a choice of settings including Sennheiser’s innovative NoiseGard hybrid adaptive ANC which constantly monitors the background environment for ambient noises and adapts the level of noise reduction in the headset. This actively prevents the tiring sensation of being isolated – the unpleasant side effect that standard ANC headsets can create.
Paul added: “Crafted with exceptional attention to detail the MB 660 ensures supreme user-friendliness and comfort. A simple swipe or tap of the ear cup-mounted touch pad controls calls and media. Double tapping the right ear cup activates Sennheiser’s TalkThrough technology and makes it possible to interact with colleagues or listen to announcements without removing the headset. When it is time to put the headset away, MB 660 automatically powers down when the headset is folded for storage. It’s a very compelling package.”
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