Sennheiser Bluetooth headset integrated within SwyxIt! / NetPhone Client (kb4979)
The information in this article applies to:
- SwyxIt! 11
- SwyxIt! 2015
- Sennheiser headset Bluetooth
Within the Swyx Technology Alliance Program (TAP) the Bluetooth headsets from Sennheiser were successfully tested with SwyxIt! / NetPhone 11 and therefore reach the certification level 'Certified'.
The following Bluetooth headsets were tested with Sennheiser HeadSetup™ Software v7.3.4903 and SwyxIt! / NetPhone Client:
- Presence UC
- MB Pro 2 UC
Furthermore the performed tests are applicable for the following devices of similar type:
- MB Pro 1 UC
- MB 660 UC
SwyxIt! / NetPhone with HeadSetup™ 7.3:
SwyxIt - v11.00.2821.0
CLMgr.exe - v11.00.0.195
SwyxIt!.exe / NetPhone Client.exe - v11.00.0.171
SwyxIt - v10.40.2694
CLMgr.exe - v10.40.0.191
SwyxIt!.exe / NetPhone Client.exe - v10.40.0.166
Sennheiser HeadSetup™ - v7.3.4903
It is recommended to configure the device as standard audio device and standard communication device in the operating system.
In HeadSetup™ application the connected device should be set automatically as standard. If more than one Sennheiser device is connected you need to select one as default manually. The default softphone may be configured here, too.
The following functional categories were tested with the Windows clients:
- automatic device configuration (plug & play)
- incoming and outgoing calls
- hook off, hook on and reject calls
- hold and toggle calls
- microphone mute
- volume control
- connection tests (Bluetooth)
All tests succeeded and were performed with Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.
SwyxIt! / NetPhone Client was configured in a standard way, no special settings had to be made.
Related to the Sennheiser philosophy a local ringtone is played for an incoming call.
Test date: 31.10.2017