Chances are, you use Zoom in your day-to-day business already. Whether your company utilizes Zoom for meetings or calls, or you’re joining webinars or meetings with others, Zoom is a staple in connectivity. If you’ve been looking into transitioning to Zoom as a provider, you’ve likely got questions about the best headsets for Zoom meetings. We’ll help shed some light on the best wireless headsets for Zoom meetings and calls, as well as the best wired options for both.


Our Top Picks

Poly Voyager 4310/4320:

Poly’s Voyager 4300 series is a great headset for all day wear, long battery life, and a good quality microphone. Simple to use, it comes with a BT700 USB dongle, in a dual ear or mono ear wearing style, and either with or without a charge cradle. It also has Teams and UC variants!

Best Use: Works great with PC connectivity and mobile phone simultaneously if needed.

Limitations: Bluetooth connectivity directly to PC is a shorter range than might be preferred, so we recommend always utilizing the USB dongle with the headset for best sound quality!

Pricing: Starts at $183 for versions with the charge stand!


Jabra Evolve2 75

Jabra’s Evolve2 75 offers large plush earpads, great sound quality, and a microphone boom that can be tucked up into the earpiece for easy storage. It comes with a Link380 USB dongle, in a dual ear wearing style. It also has Teams and UC variants!

Best Use: Works great with PC connectivity and mobile phone simultaneously if needed.

Limitations: You’ll need to remember to put that microphone boom down when you want to speak!

Pricing: Starts at $446 for the Teams version with charge stand.


Yealink WH63

Yealink’s WH63 is the simple to use, clear sound experience you’ve been looking for. Just plug it into your PC and desk phone, and never think about it again! It comes in Teams and UC variants!

Best Use: Works great with PC and desk phone connectivity, and switches seamlessly between the two.

Limitations: To use it with some phones like Cisco and Avaya, you’ll need the additional EHS60 to pair be able to get call answer and end. The battery life is also pretty short at 7 hours.

Pricing: Starts at $196 for the Teams version.


Poly S7310UC

Poly’s Savi 7300 series is a great headset for solid connectivity, long battery life, and a comfortable feel. This DECT headset is perfect for areas with high Bluetooth saturation, or where data privacy is key thanks to its high AES encryption level. Available in a dual ear or mono ear wearing style, and either with or without a charge cradle. It also has Teams and UC variants!

Best Use: Is comfortable and easy to use.

Limitations: Is only meant for use with PC.

Pricing: Starts at $313 for the S7310UC.


Jabra Engage 55 UC

Jabra’s line of Engage headset have proven time and again that better sound quality is possible through better engineering. Available in a variety of wearing styles, including a dual ear, single ear, and earbud-style, this headset is a staple for call center work.

Best Use: The DECT dongle is great for areas that have a lot of Bluetooth devices already in use, creating a better sound experience.

Limitations: The DECT dongle and headset have a click-through menu that can be cumbersome to navigate.

Pricing: Starts at $337 for the dual eared wearing style!


Poly Blackwire 5210/5220

Poly’s Blackwire 5200 series has been around for a while, and for good reason! This wired headset packs a lot of value into an approachable price point. It comes in a dual ear or mono ear wearing style, and in USB A or USB C versions.

Best Use: Plug-and-play ease of use, with comfortable earpads!

Limitations: As a wired headset, you’ll need to stay close to your PC. Also, the 3.5mm connection to the inline controller can come loose and will need to be plugged back in!

Pricing: Starts at $119 for C5220.


Shokz OpenComm2

The Shokz OpenComm2 is a headset unlike any other. It utilizes bone conducting technology to bypass the eardrum and instead resonates sound through the bones in your ear. This can be great for folks who need to stay aware of their surroundings, but also utilize the powerful microphone for clear calls, and the improved call clarity from the include Loop110 USB adapter. Sit behind the neck and in front of the ears, with a lightweight wearing style that’s comfortable enough for all day wear.

Best Use: Great for workers who need to keep their ears open, but also be fully present in their meetings.

Limitations: Because it’s a bone conducting headset, the audio quality won’t be as crisp as one might expect.

Pricing: Starts at $199.95.


What to Consider When Choosing Wireless Headset for Zoom Calls:

  • Audio quality: Will you be using this for just Zoom calls, or will this also need to be taken on the go, and have powerful active noise cancellation?
  • Comfort and fit: Do you have a wearing style you prefer?
  • Connectivity options: Do you need a USB A, USB C, or Bluetooth connection? Would your work benefit from the greater security that DECT connectivity provides?
  • Battery life: How long on average are you on the headset per day?

Why You Can Rely on Our Expertise:

Our Help Desk is trained for the ins and outs of VOIP and PSTN calling and are certified headset experts. We are always learning and growing to better serve our customers and will continue working hard to present the best options for your needs.

FAQ’S

  • How does noise cancellation technology in headsets benefit Zoom meetings? Noise cancellation comes in a few different varieties, which we’ve outlined before in this post. Basically, whether it’s active or passive noise cancellation, anything that cuts out ambient sound is the best choice. All the headsets on this list offer a version of noise cancellation, and we’ve outlined when that’s Active Noise Cancellation, microphone noise cancellation, or passive noise cancellation.
  • Can I use these headsets for Microsoft Teams? Yes, and we’ve included links above to Teams versions of these headsets as well where available!
  • Which of these options offers the highest comfort level during long meetings? That depends on the wearer. If you prefer a dual eared experience, then the Jabra Evolve2 75 would be our choice. If you prefer single ear, then we’d go with the S7310UC.

When choosing headsets for Zoom meetings and calling, there are many options out there! We understand it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Our customer support team is ready to help you choose the devices that would work best for you. Give us a call at 800-457-4287 or send us a message at info@btpi.com for personalized help!