Sennheiser headsets: state-of-the-art audio for your music and calls
Why choose a Sennheiser headset?
The German brand Sennheiser, founded in 1945, is the reference for helmets of exceptional sound quality. Their headsets are used all around the world: amateur music lovers, artists, pro sound, call centres and more... Opting for a Sennheiser headset is being able to make his professional calls and listen to his music with the best possible sound quality!
Compared to a traditional phone, phoning with a headset will release many constraints. No need to hold a handset and no cramps in your hand when the conversation goes on, you have your hands completely free and can do two things at once, like taking notes, for example,. Then, thanks to a headset, you also preserve your health: as we said before, when a call is long enough or that we need to write, we all tend to want to free our hands and to hold the phone between our shoulder and our ear. A a gesture that is not inconsequential because repeated daily, it causes back pain or torsion of the spine in the longer term.
Do not hesitate; choose a helmet to simplify your daily work! Onedirect offers a wide selection of headsets that will suit the needs of each user: duo and mono headsets, wired or wireless, to connect to a landline, PC, tablet or smartphone ...
Which Sennheiser headset to choose: mono or duo?
The helmets of our selection are equipped with an active noise-cancelling technology. What is it exactly? More specifically, the microphone of your headset that restores your voice to the other party will also capture, process and neutralize the background noise around you: wind noise, conversations in an open space, crowd in a station or airport, etc. . Thanks to this microphone, your correspondent will not be bothered by your sound environment (even if it is very noisy), it will hear more than your voice, for exchanges of better quality.
However, so that your experience is also the best, you will have the choice between a Sennheiser headset mono (1 earphone) or duo (2 earphones):
- Mono Headset: this headset is perfect when you work in a rather quiet environment, you will be able to hear quite clearly your contact even with a single earphone. In addition, the mono headset is convenient for intensive use throughout the day: lighter than a headset with 2 earphones, you do not even need to remove it between two calls to hear your colleagues around from you.
- Duo Headset: a duo headset is much more suitable if your work environment is very noisy, for example if you work in an office in open space or in a call centre. Indeed, this time on both ears, it isolates the annoying noise around you with its earphones designed with insulating materials. Focus on concentration: Focusing on the conversation with the other person, significantly reducing fatigue and irritability during the day. You will be more productive!
If the choice of a headset with 1 or 2 earphones depended to a large extent on the sound volume of your workplace, that of a Sennheiser headset with or without a cord depends on your work habits:
- I mostly stay in my office all day long: if so, a wired headset might be enough for you. Our headset connect easily to your communication equipment (PC, mobile phone or landline), for a much faster configuration. In addition, you do not have to worry about their autonomy either, since the wired headsets are connected by a cable, there is no longer any battery constraint. Finally, if you do not want to invest a big budget in a headset, wired headsets are generally less expensive to buy, while giving you the best sound possible.
- I travel regularly during my calls: if you already have the habit of walking in your office to relax or switch from one service to another, the wireless headset is ideal. You are no longer a prisoner of the length of a thread, and you are no longer even required to be near your phone to pick up an incoming call (provided you stay within the maximum range of your headset). Indeed, our wireless headsets are equipped with remote controls placed directly on the headset: off-hook, on-hook, volume control, etc.