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Sennheiser to exhibit the new MB 660 headset and other innovative unified communications solutions at BroadSoft Connections 2016

· Old Lyme, Conn. – Sennheiser, a leading provider of premium headsets and speakerphone solutions, announced it will be exhibiting its new MB 660 adaptive active noise cancelling (ANC) headset at the BroadSoft Connections 2016 conference, scheduled for November 13-15 in San Antonio, Texas. The company will be demonstrating its line of premium headsets and speakerphones for office and unified communications deployments at booth #34 at the show.

Sennheiser’s newly-launched MB 660 headset, with adaptive noise cancellation, for open office environments

Sennheiser’s newly-launched MB 660 headset, with adaptive noise cancellation, for open office environments

The MB 660, launched in September, is designed specifically for knowledge workers in noisy open offices and addresses the challenges of these environments that are becoming more prevalent worldwide. The model offers sophisticated features that combat the high degree of noise and distractions that manifest within these open floorplans. The MB 660 is the market’s first business headset to offer adaptive ANC, where the user can either turn the ANC functionality on, off, or set it to adapt to changing noise levels, all with a touch of a button on the side of the earphone.

In addition to industry-leading ANC, the MB 660 offers UC-certified communication capabilities to ensure crystal clear speech during voice calls, plus Sennheiser’s superior audio quality for music and multimedia enjoyment. With state-of-the-art microphone and noise filtering technologies, MB 660 delivers a top quality communication experience for the user and listener alike.

Sennheiser will also demonstrate its PRESENCE series of wireless headsets in addition to the Culture, D 10, SD wireless, Century, Circle, and MB Series; and the SP 10 and SP 20 mobile speakerphones for small business. Sennheiser’s entire contact center and office product line is certified for Skype for Business and compatible with the industry’s leading global unified communications platforms, including Microsoft, Cisco, and Avaya-based deployments.

“In an era when noisy, disruptive open-office designs have become a sweeping trend, Sennheiser has dedicated its resources to creating comfortable, durable headsets that are purpose-built to minimize distractions and increase voice intelligibility, so users can focus on collaboration and productivity,” said Andreas Bach, president at Sennheiser Communications A/S. “An intelligently designed, high quality headset can aid workers in their struggles to do business while surrounded by open-office commotion. We look forward to initiating this dialog with decision-makers at the BroadSoft event, so our mutual customers can leverage audio to take back control of their workspaces.”