Best USB Headsets for Voip

Best USB Headsets for Voip – Whether you work remotely or in an environment surrounded by others, a quality VoIP headset is an essential piece of technology. Clear, easy-to-hear calls add a layer of professionalism to your business and help to instill trust between your business and your customers.

For the best overall VoIP headset, we chose the Jabra Evolve 75. Although it is one of the more expensive items on this list, it delivers exceptional call quality.


You can wander up to 100 feet away from your desk while enjoying noise cancellation technology, 15 hours of talk time, and a padded, comfortable fit around your ears.

1.Jabra Evolve2

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3.Microsoft LifeChat

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5.Beats Solo

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9.HelloCreate Headset

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Best USB Headsets for Voip – BUYER’S GUIDE

The earpiece: Just like every headset or headphones you’ve ever worn, your VoIP phone headset has either one or two speakers which convert electronic signals into audible sounds. They are usually covered with soft foam or padding for comfort, but in-ear and on-ear options are also available.

The microphone: Again, this is a device you are probably fairly familiar with. It converts your voice (or other sounds) and converts them into electronic signals. It is the ‘opposite of the earpiece. The microphone may incorporate noise reduction or sound processing features to better capture your voice.

The connection: VoIP headsets connect directly to your computer (softphone) or other VoIP devices (e.g. VoIP phone). There are two main types of connection – wired and wireless. Wireless VoIP headsets often rely on Bluetooth technology, just like many smartphone headsets.

Frequently Asked Questions

Wired or Wireless Headsets?

Wired headsets would be suitable for call center agents who do not need to move from their desks while on calls; wireless headsets naturally enable a greater range of connected movement, ideal for managers, small business entrepreneurs and those whose work involves being constantly on the move. You’ll get slightly better audio from wired headsets, but in most cases the difference is negligible.

Wired headsets might use 2.5mm analog mini-jack connections, but better models will typically have USB or Micro-USB connections.

Wireless headsets can connect over one of two wireless technologies, DECT or Bluetooth. DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) is typically considered the most reliable for business users, with a significantly greater wireless range.

Monaural or Binaural Headsets?

Monaural headsets feature a single earpiece that can be fitted for either the right or left ear, enabling the user to switch listening focus easily between their immediate workplace and their calls. Binaural headsets feature earpieces for both ears, and may include Noise Cancelling technology (see below). Most of the models featured in our list are convertible or come in both monaural and binaural versions.

Headband, Over-the-ear or Convertible?

Most headsets will typically have a headband design, but some more expensive models will give you the option of detaching the earpiece from the headband and using it with a small over-the-ear clip instead. (For example, the Plantronics CS540 above.)


A VoIP (voice-over-internet-protocol) headset offers a hands-free option for making and receiving VoIP telephone calls. It has a built-in microphone so that you are free to do things like type or pull up support tickets while managing your phone calls. We compared several different headsets to find our pick for the best, looking at aspects like call features, price, and comfort as criteria.