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Sennheiser SC 60 USB CTRL

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The Sennheiser SC 60 USB CTRL is a deployment-friendly, dual-sided wideband headset compatible with global providers of Unifi ed Communications solutions such as Avaya, Cisco and IBM. With integrated call control unit and USB connector the SC 60 USB CTRL offers great functionality and convenience with the added benefi t of Sennheiser stereo sound. SC 60 USB CTRL is specifi cally designed for the Unifi ed Communications market, where Sennheiser HD voice clarity and maximum call-handling fl exibility can make a genuine difference to productivity.




    •    Compatible with global providers of Unified Communications solutions – with integrated call control and USB connector
    •    Sennheiser HD voice clarity – wideband sound for a natural listening experience
    •    Noise canceling microphone – filters out ambient noise for optimum speech clarity
    •    High-comfort – large ear pads in a lightweight headset for relaxed wearing
    •    Dual-sided wearing style – for stereo HD sound reproduction in noisy environments
    •    Solid construction – crafted with look and feel in mind
    •    Bendable boom arm – ensures microphone position is always optimal. Cannot be twisted out of position
    •    Pivotable boom – rotates through 340 degrees for wearing flexibility on right or left ear and precision microphone placement
    •    ActiveGard – technology protects you from acoustic shock and sudden sound surges
    •    Peace of mind – 2-year international warranty
    •    Call control features – answer/end a call, volume up/down, microphone mute, redial last outgoing call, reject incoming call








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