Sennheiser has launched its new wired headset Culture Plus. The series is designed to facilitate office workers’ adoption of Unified Communications (UC) solutions to help achieve their full potential.
As a direct interface between people, positive communication experiences are crucial for higher adoption rates and a positive Return on Investment (ROI). Culture Plus wired series has been specifically designed for swift user acceptance in these environments with outstanding sound quality, ‘instant comfort’ features and an attractive design. Certified for Skype for Business and compatible with all major UC and softphone brands, the Culture Plus is ideally suited for enterprises and offices that are adopting a UC work culture.
Sennheiser Voice Clarity, which is based on wideband sound, provides a warm, more natural listening experience while the noise-cancelling microphone ensures optimum speech intelligibility by filtering out ambient noise. Sound enhancement profiles automatically adjust to optimise for either voice or multimedia, and with advanced ActiveGard technology, users are protected against acoustic shock and sudden sound bursts.
Calls can be managed intuitively and seamlessly via the functional in-line control unit, which also operates the switchable Noise at Work limiter compliant with EU’s Noise at Work Directive. When not in use, the headset can be stored and transported in a practical carry pouch.
“Headsets are an important consideration in any UC deployment”, says Lars Riis Rasmussen, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, EMEA, at Sennheiser CC&O. “Culture Plus is an ideal solution for organisations that want their office workers to rapidly adopt headsets in a UC environment. It combines Sennheiser sound quality and instant wearing comfort for a communications experience that will make it easier to enjoy the benefits and achieve the full potential of UC solutions.”
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