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Sennheiser Introduces Office Headsets Designed To Give Busy Professionals An Extra Hand



1 Enterprise Drive, Old Lyme, CT 06371
(860) 434-9190, Fax (860) 434-1759

Bill Whearty, VP Sennheiser Telecommunications, (860) 434-9190
Antoinette Flosi, Publicity, (847) 998-0600

New Sennheiser Office Headsets deliver out of the box performance.


OLD LYME, CONNECTICUT: Sennheiser Communications, a division of Sennheiser Electronic Corporation, continues to set the standard for design, comfort and performance in today’s growing office headset market with the introduction of five new models, including the new flagship model, the SH-330 Headset.

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The new Sennheiser office headsets are ideal for busy professionals in office or home office environments who’d love to have an extra hand to check appointments, type emails or make notes while on the phone. Another key advantage is their efficient ergonomic design that reduces user neck strain from holding a telephone receiver between ear and shoulder, and affords the user a more relaxed sitting posture.

Fully compatible with all conventional telephone systems, the headsets’ modern, lightweight design also delivers superb speech clarity. In particular, the SH 330 Headset features a noise-canceling microphone, which filters out high levels of background noise-ideal in noisy office environments.

Another unique feature of the SH 330 is the Active Anti-Shock system, which protects the user’s ears from excessive volume and interference. This technology measures the output volume in milliseconds and reduces it automatically if it rises above a certain threshold level. This innovative feature ensures the elimination of peaks in the volume, as well as detecting and reducing any ‘creeping’ increase in volume.

The office series is designed for optimum user comfort in any application. Each model includes a clip headset, two monaural headband headsets (one of which can double as a clip headset), a binaural headset, and a three-in-one solution in which a monaural headset can be used with either a headband or a dummy ear cushion, or can be converted to a clip headset.

The series’ superb design is matched by unsurpassed workmanship. Robust light metal clips make the headsets quick and easy to convert. Extra-light design and interchangeable ear cushions-available in either faux leather or comfortable foam-offer outstanding comfort over hours of continuous use. A full line of interfaces guarantees easy installation and compatibility. All office headset models are available from authorized Sennheiser Communications dealers

Sennheiser Communications A/S is a joint venture between Denmark’s William Demant Holding A/S and Germany’s Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG. The new organization, headquartered in Copenhagen, develops and distributes telecommunications products worldwide. In the US, the line is distributed by Sennheiser Communications, a division of Sennheiser Electronic Corporation, under the direction of Bill Whearty, vice president.

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