BTD 800 USB

PC-Dongle zur Verwendung mit PRESENCE™ und Mobile Business-Headsets. Bei Verwendung mit der Basisstation SDW 5000-Serie bietet er Konnektivität für mobile Geräte
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Artikel-Nr. 504579

Überblick

Gemeinsam mit den Headsets PRESENCE™ UC, PRESENCE™ Grey UC, MB Pro 1 UC, MP Pro 2 UC, SP 30, MB 360 UC und MB 660 UC bildet der BTD 800 USB-Dongle eine Lösung, die mit gängigen Unified Communications (UC)-Plattformen wie Cisco, Avaya und IBM kompatibel ist. Aus dieser leistungsstarken Verbindung entsteht eine High-End-Lösung, mit der Sie das Potenzial Ihrer Unified Communications-Umgebung maximieren können. Bei Verwendung mit der Basisstation SDW 5000-Serie bietet er Konnektivität für mobile Geräte.

Plug-and-Play
Der BTD 800 USB stellt eine schnelle Bluetooth®-Verbindung zwischen Computer und Headset her, ohne dass eine technische Installation erforderlich ist. Dies gewährleistet ein hervorragendes Sprach- und Klangerlebnis.

Größere Reichweite
Je nach Umgebung können Sie sich nun bis zu 25 Meter weit von Ihrem PC mit Dongle frei bewegen.

Sicherheit
Der BTD 800 USB unterstützt ausschließlich Audio, daher ist kein Datenaustausch möglich, was ihn für Unternehmen sehr sicher macht.

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Merkmale

  • Optimiert für PC-basierte Unified Communications-Systeme: Schließen Sie einfach den PC * oder die Basisstation der SDW 5000-Serie an, und pairen Sie Ihr Bluetooth®-Headset. (* HeadSetup ist für einige Softphones erforderlich, um die Anrufsteuerung zu aktivieren. Mehr unter www.sennheiser.com/software)

  • Sprachwiedergabe in höchster Sennheiser-Qualität

  • Wideband für einen natürlichen Sound

  • Hochwertiger Audiomodus für verbesserte Musikwiedergabe

  • Klein und mobil – passt in jede Tasche und fällt am PC nicht auf

  • 2 Jahre Garantie

  • Mobile Konnektivität - Schließen Sie den Dongle an die Basisstation der SDW 5000 Serie an, um eine Verbindung zum Mobiltelefon herzustellen.


Technische Daten

  • Abmessungen
    Approx. 22 x 16 x 6 mm / 0.87 x 0.63 x 0.24 in (W x H x D)
  • Anschlussstecker
    USB Version 2.0
  • Gewicht
    2 g
  • Technologie
    Bluetooth® 4.2 / unterstützte Profile: HSP 1.2, HFP 1.7, A2DP 1.3, AVRCP 1.6
  • Reichweite
    25 m (geräteabhängig)
  • Bluetooth
    Narrowband oder Wideband. A2DP.
  • Sendefrequenzen
    2,4 GHz
  • Firmware update
    Yes – application downloadable from www.sennheiser.com/software
  • Verpackungsabmessungen
    123 x 31 x 84 mm / 4.83 x 1.22 x 3.31 in (L x H x D)
  • Verpackungsgewicht
    61 g / 2.14 oz
  • Einheiten im Lieferkarton
    40 pcs
  • Gewicht des Lieferkartons
    Incl. products 3.03 kg / 6.68 lbs
  • Abmessungen des Lieferkartons
    325 x 100 x 130 mm / 12.81 x 3.94 x 5.12 in (L x H x W)
  • Einheiten pro Endverbraucherverpackung
    1 pc
  • Garantie
    2 years

FAQ

  • How do I do a factory reset on the BTD 800?

    The steps to perform a factory reset on the BTD 800 are as follows:

    1) Put BTD 800 in pairing mode.

    2) Double tap (press) the button while in pairing mode.

    3) Purple LED blinks 3 times. The purple blinks are quite rapid and may be missed.

    4) Pairing list has been cleared and the device re-enters pairing mode.

    NOTE: Once a factory reset has been done it cannot be re-done until the headphones have been paired to at least one device.



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  • Why is there an audio delay when using a BTD 800 dongle?

    Sometimes when utilizing the BTD 800 Bluetooth dongle there may be a delay in the audio transmission.

    The delay on Bluetooth speech/microphone transmission is caused by how the PC is utilizing the audio information it is being provided. For example when using a Bluetooth headset (ie: PRESENCE or MB Pro 1 or MB Pro 2) and a Bluetooth Dongle (ie: BTD 800) in communication mode the two (2) devices toggle from the A2DP profile to the Handsfree Profile in order to run full duplex audio (this is not possible in A2DP). Here the latency is at about 20-40 m/s whereas the A2DP has latency of about 120 m/s so the issue is not latency.

    When Bluetooth Dongle (ie: BTD 800) is introduced for the PC the PC only sees it as a sound card with input/output and the usage of these interfaces chooses the profile to be used between the dongle and the headset. The Handsfree profile is activated when it sees activity on the microphone path (communications). Hence when there is a delay in the microphone audio the problem MUST be within the PC platform and how it chooses to use the audio resource. The way to alter/resolve this would be to adjust the PC settings and how it interfaces with the Bluetooth Dongle.



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  • Bluetooth Dongle

    A Bluetooth dongle is a device used to provide a Bluetooth connection to a device that does not have inherent Bluetooth capabilities (via a built in Bluetooth chip) or does not have the appropriate Bluetooth capabilities.



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  • How do I put the BTD 800 in pairing mode?

    To put the BTD 800 into pairing mode insert the BTD 800 dongle into the USB port and press and hold the button on the BTD 800 until the LED on the BTD 800 flashes alternately RED & BLUE.



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  • Why is there an audio delay when using a Bluetooth Dongle?

    Sometimes when utilizing a Bluetooth dongle (like the BTD 500 or BTD 800) Bluetooth dongle there may be a delay in the audio transmission. 

    The delay on Bluetooth speech/microphone transmission is caused by how the PC is utilizing the audio information it is being provided. For example when using the MM 500-X + BTD 500 in communication mode the two (2) devices toggle from the A2DP profile to the Handsfree Profile in order to run full duplex audio (this is not possible in A2DP). Here the latency is at about 20-40 m/s whereas the A2DP has latency of about 120 m/s so the issue is not latency.

    When dongle is introduced for the PC the PC only sees it as a sound card with input/output and the usage of these interfaces chooses the profile to be used between the dongle and the headset. The Handsfree profile is activated when it sees activity on the microphone path (communications). Hence when there is a delay in the microphone audio the problem MUST be within the PC platform and how it chooses to use the audio resource. The way to alter/resolve this would be to adjust the PC settings and how it interfaces with the dongle.



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  • How does the Surround Sound adapter work?

    The USB adapter on the headset does not create surround sound (this is a common misconception). What the USB card does is take a surround sound signal created by the audio source and decodes it to reproduce a virtual surround sound in the headset.

    For example if you're playing a game and it has a surround sound soundtrack the headset can take that signal in and decode it to work properly with the headset. NOTE: The option to select the surround sound is only available if the game supports surround sound. If the game does not have a surround sound then the surround sound option is not able to be selected.

    NOTE: Selecting the headset as the playback device is done within the computer settings and selecting the sound format would be done in the game itself.



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