Sennheiser has released its new range of SP 10 and SP 20 portable speakerphones for business professionals and “prosumers” that need flexible conferencing equipment while demanding exceptional design, excellent sound and user-friendly functionality. The Sennheiser Speakerphone Series now enables users to make personal and small group conference calls on PC/softphone in offices and campuses or when travelling, and doubles up as a portable high-fidelity speaker for listening to music on the move, with a dedicated Sennheiser HD optimised sound profile.
The Sennheiser Speakerphone Series enables business professionals to easily make personal or small-group conference calls. All the models provide users with ‘plug in and talk’ simplicity, with the SP 10 connecting to PC/softphone and the SP 20 connecting to PC/softphone via USB cable or mobile phone/tablet via 3.5 mm jack plug. Furthermore, the SP 20/20 ML versions allow call participants to be connected via mobile phone and PC.
Andreas Bach, President at Sennheiser Communications, said: “There is a growing trend towards professionals working more flexibly through group collaborations and small group conferences, when moving around office complexes, holding ad hoc calls throughout their working day and when travelling. Through the Speakerphone Series, Sennheiser is adding a new category of portable conferencing solutions to its comprehensive product portfolio designed to enhance both productivity and performance of office and field workers, through its superior voice clarity and quality design. In combination with our existing portfolio of wired and wireless headsets for the office, Contact Center and Unified Communications, we now provide a comprehensive toolkit for business professionals – whatever their needs.”
Speakerphone’s intuitive user interface, with clear call and volume control and mic mute buttons, ensures easy call management and ‘hands free’ use, whatever the location. The range also allows users to play music when not making calls, with audio quality enhanced by the product’s integral music equalisation.
Compatible with all main UC providers, the Speakerphone range is also Optimised for Microsoft Lync on both Microsoft Windows and Mac and compatible for use with UC providers such as Avaya, IBM and Cisco.
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