Binaural Headsets

Binaural Headsets

Binaural headsets offer excellent passive noise cancelling properties as they cover both ears. This ideal for call centres and other environments which have a lot of background noise.

Things to Consider

Noise Cancelling

Like most headsets, Binaural headsets can come with with either a Voice Tube or a Noise Cancelling microphone. If working in a loud environment then a Noise Cancelling microphone will be necessary where as in a quieter environment this may not be needed.

Weight

Binaural headsets are slightly heavier than the Monaural alternative. Consider weight before choosing; the heavier the headset the more likely it will be cumbersome and impracticable for all day use. Download the product data sheet to find out the weight.

Connectivity

If you're using a deskphone remember to check the compatibility before purchasing. QD headsets will require a connection lead in order to work. You can check the compatibility by visiting our Telephone Headset compatibility guide or contacting our team.

Advantages

  • Covers both ears cutting out background noise
  • Enables better concentration and focus

Disadvantages

  • Heavier than other wearing styles
  • Harder to hear nearby colleagues

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