Sennheiser SC 260 specifications

Sennheiser SC 260
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Sennheiser SC 260 specifications, prices, product images and videos.

Sennheiser SC 260 specifications

Below you will find the product specifications and the manual specifications of the Sennheiser SC 260.

Brand Sennheiser
Model SC 260
Product Headset
EAN 4044155051360, 6151041811132, 0037332080943
Language English
Filetype EN - 2 (PDF), EN - 4 Product Brochure (PDF)
Recommended usage Office/Call center
Headset type Binaural
Wearing style Head-band
Product colour Black
Cable length 1 m
Sound pressure level (max) 103 dB
Product type Headset
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technology Wired
Ear coupling Circumaural
Headphone frequency 150 - 6800 Hz
Impedance - Ω
Magnet type -
Microphone frequency 150 - 6800 Hz
Microphone input impedance -200 Ω
Weight & dimensions
Weight 86 g
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SC 260 is a competitively priced dual-sided headset for professionals that require supreme comfort with HD voice clarity for all-day use in busy contact center and office environments.

- Best-in-class comfort – CircleFlex® patent-pending dual-hinge ear cup system that adapts seamlessly to your ears, for instant perfect fit and relaxed all-day wearing
- Noise-canceling microphone – filters out ambient noise for optimum speech clarity
- Unique robust construction – crafted with look and feel in mind
- Dual-sided wearing style – numbered headband grooves for step-by-step adjustment ensures perfect binaural sound reproduction in noisy environments
- Durability– metal reinforced headband designed for years of wearing pleasure
- Sennheiser HD voice clarity – wideband sound for a natural listening experience
- Bendable boom arm – ensures microphone position is always optimal. Cannot be twisted out of position
- Pivotable boom – rotates through 350 degrees for wearing flexibility on right or left ear and precision microphone placement
- Name tag personalization – easy user ID helps to avoid wearing a neighbor's headset
- ActiveGard© –technology protects you from acoustic shock and sudden sound surges