Sennheiser Updates Presence Range

Sennheiser has launched the latest generation of its premium headsets for Unified Communications (UC), updating its popular PRESENCE Mobile Series with enhanced voice clarity and noise filtering technologies with a wider choice of comfort-enhancing wearing styles.

Sennheiser’s Advanced Own-Voice-Detector continuously monitors the environment to determine whether the user’s voice is present or not. When detected, the state-of-the-art system reacts immediately to provide optimal speech intelligibility while at the same time reducing disturbing background noise.

When the user is not speaking, a new, integrated feature automatically and gradually diminishes all distracting background noises, such as keyboard or paper rustling sounds, to make the communication experience even more enjoyable for the listener. As soon as the user starts to speak again, the intelligent system reacts instantly to deliver optimal speech quality.

To protect users from acoustic shocks and sudden sound bursts, the series features Sennheiser’s patented ActiveGard technology.

With the ability to switch effortlessly between softphone and mobile calls, PRESENCE effectively combines the in-office headset and the mobile headset in one elegant solution. Used with a PC and dongle, the headset‘s increased wireless range gives the freedom to move up to 25 meters while on a call. PRESENCE UC variants are certified for Skype for Business and compatible with all major UC and softphone brands.

“Technology has freed businesses to operate with ever greater flexibility, with teams able to work virtually and stay connected anywhere,” said Andreas Bach, President at Sennheiser Communications A/S. “Premium audio technology is making this ever easier – allowing business professionals to communicate with perfect clarity, no matter when and where. Ultimately, we are competing with – and closing the gap on – face-to-face meetings. This is why Sennheiser is continually striving to drive further audio performance from even our best products.”

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