Yealink, a leading designer and manufacturer of VoIP Phone for the world-wide broadband telephony market, recently announced the successful compatibility test of its EHS36 with DW Office (Version 96 or higher) from Sennheiser, the world's leading electro-acoustic products , system integration and service integration solutions provider. As a result of this co-operation, customers can use their DW Office with a Yealink T26P, T28P or T38G.
Yealink's Headset Adapter EHS36 is of as high quality as any other product from Yealink; it is manufactured under strict standard controls and goes through many test processes before release to the market. It enables control of a Yealink phone through the wireless headset. Easy to operate, it supports plug and play. When there is an incoming call signal, users can directly answer or end the call through the wireless headset's hook switch button. This function enahnces the performance of the Yealink phone, delivering improved work efficiency for users.
Sennheiser, one of The world's four major headset brands, has a great reputation internationally through manufacturing high quality audio devices, its users ranging from industry specialists to international pop stars. DW Office, the product we tested, is a monaural DECT headset. You can enjoy your calls in HD voice clarity and get natural high definition sound for superior voice clarity. Headset users can rest asured that the ActiveGard™ technology will protect their hearing. Imagine making every call in comfort, and being able to focus on what’s important: the conversation. The DW Office connects to both desk phone and softphone. Features like Unique Premium Design, High Comfort Wearing Styles, Intuitive user interface, Sennheiser HD Voice Clarity, Long Distance Wireless Range and the adoption of ActiveGard™ technology provide excellent user experience synchronised with protecting users’ ears against acoustic shock and sudden sound surges.
Yealink's EHS36 provides the technical interface between your Yealink T38G,T28P, T26P and a compatible wireless headset. It was already approved for use with major manufactures Plantronics and Jabra wireless models and now we can add Sennheiser to the list. The Interoperability announcement definitively ensures maximum productivity in business applications such as receptions, call centres and general telephone use and is ideal for the corporate, financial, health, government, educational, industrial, and SME/SoHo market sectors.
“We are glad that our first class product finished its compatibility test with Sennheiser;” said Stone Lu, vice president of Yealink, “the completion of the test provides another innovative combination for enterprises and industry users.”
Sennheiser electronic is an international organisation based in Wennebostel (Wedemark), near the German town of Hannover. In 2010 the turnover of the family-owned company was around 468 million euros. The range of products offered includes headphones, microphones, wireless microphone and monitoring systems, conference and information systems as well as aviation and audiology products