As you know by now, Zoom meetings have become a standard part of more and more workplaces. Since more people are now working from home or other remote locations than in years past, it's important that you be able to attend a Zoom meeting and be able to hear everything that's being said. To do so, you'll need some great headphones. If you expect to be attending many more Zoom meetings during your workday, here are four great headphone styles for your consideration.
If you have trouble hearing or just want to be sure you don't miss anything during the Zoom meeting, you may want to go with the traditional over-the-ear headphones. Far less bulky and much more lightweight than their predecessors, today's over-the-ear headphones also come in many colors and designs. These are especially great if you are working in a public environment with more noise, like a coffee shop. Over-the-ear headphones are easy to see. If you want to send a signal that you’re in a meeting, these are a good choice.
To make sure nothing distracts you during your important Zoom meeting, you may want to wear a pair of noise-cancelling headphones. Of all the headphones on the market today, those made by Bose are often thought to be the best in this area. Able to offer state-of-the-art sound quality and plenty of comfort, noise-cancelling headphones will be a great option if you have kids or pets that may offer a few distractions during your meeting.
If you want to look trendy, be comfortable during your Zoom meeting, and be able to easily hear everything being said, over ear wireless earbuds are a great option for your next Zoom encounter. Easily connected to your computer via Bluetooth, you can select Zoom settings that will have the audio moving from your computer's default speakers to your earbuds. Should you decide to use wireless earbuds, always remember to check the Zoom audio source. If you don't, others in the meeting may not be able to hear what you are saying. You can find this style relatively easily online at shops like Crazy Peewee Intl.
Finally, if you want to have the best of both worlds and be able to hear what's going on around you as well as what's being said in your Zoom meeting, you may want to try a single-ear headset. While you may initially think this will have you looking like a telemarketer, single-ear headsets are actually very popular for Zoom meetings. Since they usually come with a microphone already attached, you won't have to worry about not being heard. If you’re concerned about your mic’s audio quality, this might be your best choice.
Since it appears Zoom meetings are here to stay, choosing a headphone style that gives you comfort and functionality is very important. Whether you choose compact earbuds or want headphones that completely cover your ears, there's a style available to fit your budget and needs.