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Sennheiser SC60 Headset

Great Headset for Work

Sennheiser is a well-known brand when it comes to audio equipment, and the SC60 headset is one of their popular products. The headset is designed for use in offices and call centers, but it can also be used for personal use. In this blog post, we will be discussing how to use the Sennheiser SC60 headset on macOS.

Sennheiser SC60 Headset is what I use on my work computer and it works great on Team and Slack calls.

Sennheiser S C60 Headset

Setting Up the Sennheiser SC60 Headset on macOS

Setting up the Sennheiser SC60 headset on macOS is a simple process. First, connect the USB cable of the headset to your Mac. Once connected, macOS will automatically detect the headset and set it as the default audio input and output device.

To check if the headset is correctly set up, go to the Apple menu and select System Preferences. In System Preferences, click on the Sound icon and select the Input tab. You should see the Sennheiser SC60 headset listed as the default input device. Similarly, select the Output tab to verify that the headset is selected as the default output device.

Configuring the Sennheiser SC60 Headset on macOS

By default, the Sennheiser SC60 headset should work seamlessly on macOS. However, if you want to configure the settings of the headset, you can do so by installing the Sennheiser HeadSetup Pro software. The software is available for free download from the Sennheiser website.

Once installed, the HeadSetup Pro software allows you to configure various settings of the headset, such as the equalizer, noise cancellation, and microphone sensitivity. You can also update the firmware of the headset using the software.

Troubleshooting the Sennheiser SC60 Headset on macOS

If you encounter any issues with the Sennheiser SC60 headset on macOS, there are a few troubleshooting steps you can try. First, ensure that the headset is correctly connected to your Mac. You can try disconnecting and reconnecting the USB cable to see if that resolves the issue.

If the issue persists, try restarting your Mac and reconnecting the headset. If that doesn't work, try resetting the SMC (System Management Controller) on your Mac. To do so, shut down your Mac, then press and hold the Shift + Control + Option keys and the power button simultaneously for 10 seconds. Release the keys and power button, then turn on your Mac and try reconnecting the headset.

Conclusion

The Sennheiser SC60 headset is a great choice for those who need a high-quality headset for office or personal use. Setting up the headset on macOS is a straightforward process, and the HeadSetup Pro software allows you to configure the settings of the headset to your liking. If you encounter any issues with the headset, the troubleshooting steps mentioned above should help you resolve them.

 

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