Skype has certified Sennheiser’s full range of communications headsets as exceeding its high standards for audio quality, and being fully capable of delivering the clarity and naturalness of Skype’s internet-based voice communications. A selection of Sennheiser communication headsets will be available for purchase from Skype’s website.
“Skype is helping to form the future of web communications, and as such is an ideal partner for Sennheiser,” says Andreas Bach, General Manager Sales and Marketing at Sennheiser Communications (Denmark), where the headset range is engineered. “We already know that our designs set the world standard,” continues Bach, “and it’s gratifying to be similarly recognized by such an important innovator in our field.”
Skype is a leading supplier of software for web communication. The free downloadable “Skype” program allows people around the world to talk to each other at no cost, via their existing broadband-internet connections, via virtually any personal computer platform including Mac OSX, Windows, Linux, and Pocket PC; Skype also offers bridging to conventional telephone systems at very low cost.
Sennheiser Communications offers a broad range of headphone/microphone headsets optimized for desktop use, from full stereo headsets to sub-mini “earsets” and wireless Bluetoothâ„¢ models. All, including the affordable and popular new PC 20 and PC 30, feature noise-canceling microphones for improved real-world intelligibility plus Sennheiser’s unique ActiveGardâ„¢ limiting technology, which protects wearers from uncomfortable (and potentially harmful) noise bursts. Of course, all also enjoy Sennheiser’s famous sound quality, for enhanced communications and unequalled versatility making them valuable for music, media, and gaming use alike.
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