Sennheiser Announces Upgrade for SpeechLine Control Cockpit Software

Sennheiser has announced an upgrade of its Control Cockpit software which allows set-up of the company’s SpeechLine Digital Wireless products.

Sennheiser said the new software is accessible in web browsers on any smartphone, tablet or notebook computer.

It offers a global view of hundreds of SpeechLine devices with a system of proactive notifications to stay in control, anticipate issues and take preventative action as needed. For example, battery alerts notifications can be set up to cover many SpeechLine devices.

The latest version, 1.1.0, now includes wider language support with English, French, Spanish and German localization.

Control Cockpit is the central software for handling, control and maintenance of the first digital wireless microphone solution to be designed exclusively for speech applications. It offers network-based monitoring and remote control that can be accessed on any platform via a web browser.

The latest version now supports the CHG 4N Network Charger, providing 360 degree monitoring of the status of microphones, even while they are not in use.

The software provides automatic notifications when a new firmware or a Sennheiser Control Cockpit release is available online, and carries out updates without administrative rights. For power users, a new custom column overview makes it possible to display the information that’s important, such as battery status, firmware revision, RF-Sync state or IP Addresses.

Control Cockpit version 1.1.0 is available here.

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