Sennheiser GSM-ADP-CBB01 Cable : EasyDisconnect and headsets compatibility

We use these in our control room and they get quite a bashing but they seen very robust and last quite a time. Quality is very good and the quick release function works well.

Once again sennheiser have topped the charts with this one. A curly cord which curls beautifully, enough length to ensure a tidy delivery without snagging and a plug connection that seamlessly joins an appropriate headset. But despite being a chart topper you must make sure it is compatible with your equipment. Played on the wrong device it certainly won’t be music to your ears. We play ours on a cyfas cx3000 iccs in a room that is somewhat accoustically challenged but the ‘music’ is, well, music to our ears i guess. It’s crisp and clear and if you have a suitable noise cancelling system background chatter is minimal. So we’re hoping that vol 2 (maybe a christmas special) is an improvement when it comes but it’s hard to see how they will do that.

Sennheiser GSM-ADP-CBB01 Cable for BlackBerry ED Mobile Phones/3.5 mm 4-Pin ED Socket to 3.5 mm 4-Pin Socket

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  • Cable colour: Black
  • Gender type: male/female
  • Colour of product: Black
  • Connector 1: EasyDisconnect
  • Connector 2: 3.5mm

However, for those who like me are telecom illiterate, make sure that the headset you want to connect or purchase is a sennheiser too. The easy connectdisconnect plug only works with the same brand. I am satisfied so far with this purchase.

Sennheiser GSM-ADP-CBB01 Cable for BlackBerry ED Mobile Phones/3.5 mm 4-Pin ED Socket to 3.5 mm 4-Pin Socket :


Once again sennheiser have topped the charts with this one. A curly cord which curls beautifully, enough length to ensure a tidy delivery without snagging and a plug connection that seamlessly joins an appropriate headset. But despite being a chart topper you must make sure it is compatible with your equipment. Played on the wrong device it certainly won’t be music to your ears. We play ours on a cyfas cx3000 iccs in a room that is somewhat accoustically challenged but the “music” is, well, music to our ears i guess. It’s crisp and clear and if you have a suitable noise cancelling system background chatter is minimal. So we’re hoping that vol 2 (maybe a christmas special) is an improvement when it comes but it’s hard to see how they will do that.
Once again sennheiser have topped the charts with this one. A curly cord which curls beautifully, enough length to ensure a tidy delivery without snagging and a plug connection that seamlessly joins an appropriate headset. But despite being a chart topper you must make sure it is compatible with your equipment. Played on the wrong device it certainly won’t be music to your ears. We play ours on a cyfas cx3000 iccs in a room that is somewhat accoustically challenged but the “music” is, well, music to our ears i guess. It’s crisp and clear and if you have a suitable noise cancelling system background chatter is minimal. So we’re hoping that vol 2 (maybe a christmas special) is an improvement when it comes but it’s hard to see how they will do that.

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The only problem is that my combination of iphone 3gs/sennheiser sh300 doesn’t give a lot of volume in the earpice part of my headset. So i can’t use it in noisy environments. The iphone is probably a little weak in the amplifier to drive the sh300, which after all is not intended to be used with battery-driven devices. It is a call center headset. The mic-part is great, though, so i can use it in the office and still only speak in a soft voice, where most other headsets require you to speak up. Over 40 for a piece of wire with two passive connectors.

This review is from : Sennheiser GSM-ADP-CBB01 Cable for BlackBerry ED Mobile Phones/3.5 mm 4-Pin ED Socket to 3.5 mm 4-Pin Socket

The only problem is that my combination of iphone 3gs/sennheiser sh300 doesn’t give a lot of volume in the earpice part of my headset. So i can’t use it in noisy environments. The iphone is probably a little weak in the amplifier to drive the sh300, which after all is not intended to be used with battery-driven devices. It is a call center headset. The mic-part is great, though, so i can use it in the office and still only speak in a soft voice, where most other headsets require you to speak up. Over 40 for a piece of wire with two passive connectors.