Snom releases headsets and conference systems for hybrid working

Working from home, hybrid working, and the work-life balance are no longer just buzzwords, but rather the norm for the current generation of workers. Snom, experts in IP communication, is keeping up with current workplace trends with its new A330M/D headset and C300 speakerphone.

Products used in workplaces increasingly need to be suitable for both private and professional use. This is particularly important when it comes to devices for business-critical services, such as corporate telecommunications. When choosing the right equipment, it is important to consider the additional criteria that are necessary to meet the changing expectations of professional equipment for mobile workplaces. Among other things, this includes the seamless use of purchased devices anywhere, and the possibility of multi-purpose technology.

Snom has been taking this approach in the development of its IP phones for some time now. Through numerous integrations, Snom IP phones have become integral to intelligent office environments. Snom is now extending this strategy to its headsets and conference phones, while its new A330 M/D headset and the new C300 speakerphone contribute to the work-life balance of employees.

Thanks to D/A converter technology and optimised speakers, the Snom A330 M/D is a mono- or binaural USB headset that delivers HD audio quality across the entire human hearing spectrum. The headset features passive noise cancellation which minimises numerous acoustic disturbances.

Thanks to the USB audio interface, the A330 is independent of any system, meaning it can be used as a headset with almost any communication software platform (Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Google Meet, and many more). The entire voice band is recorded via a high-quality microphone, it is then digitised and transmitted in real-time via USB to an IP desk phone or computer. Call functions, mute, and availability are displayed via LEDs on the right earcup and microphone arm and can also be controlled via the integrated remote control.

With the compact, 200g Snom C300 conference speaker, the manufacturer is offering a full-duplex hands-free device with Bluetooth 5.0 and NFC technology that can be used anywhere, as well as a USB audio interface that can be used on a PC, smartphone, or tablet. An external headset can also be connected via the integrated connection. Equipped with six microphones and integrated echo cancellation (AEC), the new Snom C300 features Plug & Play. This is operated via seven touch keys on the device or via a smartphone app. All operating processes are confirmed via the LED status display and announcement. Of course, it is also possible to connect headphones, if you prefer privacy during a call.

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