Which Microsoft Teams Certified Headsets is the right one for you?
Microsoft Teams-The go to collaboration & conferencing tool that is now considered “standard” in the office, workplace and working remotely (usually from home) But what happens when you need an Microsoft Teams certified headset?
Which type of compatible headset will suit you best when connecting to multiple devices like a computer, your laptop or smartphone and tablets etc – we have that covered for you….
The following teams enabled headsets are by the main manufacturers who have designed new products around the teams software system. Brands like EPOS Sennheiser (formerly Sennheiser) and Jabra as they have proven to be the best option when you need a reliable wired USB headset or wireless Bluetooth headset compatible with Microsoft teams software.
Microsoft Teams USB Wired Headsets
When looking at a simple, plug n play solution then wired USB headsets just do the job and an excellent choice for the budget conscious. Make no mistake these Microsoft Teams Certified headsets are no slouch in quality offering good sound, call quality and robustly made. Plus the newer EPOS SC range have options for USB-A, USB-C and 3.5mm for smartphone use
Microsoft Teams Wireless Headsets -Multi Device
Looking for a Microsoft teams certified wireless headset? Then you need to think about connections!
What device or devices are you connecting to?
PC – Computer – Desk phone – Laptop – Smartphone – Tablet, or all devices at once?
If so, then choose from the multi media wireless headset options which connect to multiple different devices or if its just desk phone or desk and PC you need to connect to then there are plenty of options from Sennheiser, Jabra & JPL
Microsoft Teams Bluetooth Headsets
This technology has come on in leaps and bounds in the last 12-18 months with a new stable of products from both Jabra and Sennheiser EPOS ADAPT range being at the forefront of the latest Bluetooth 5 technology, with all the ADAPT range having a dedicated Microsoft Teams button and amazing battery life (14-16 hours of talk time, unheard of a few years ago) plus they have a headset for most budgets.
EPOS Sennheiser 460 T
EPOS Sennheiser 460 – Coming Soon
Microsoft Teams Speakerphones
Like Bluetooth, speaker phones have also seen big increases in technology and features like Microsoft Teams certification and other softphone connectivity. But not everyone wants to use a headset (wired or wireless) so if you just want a small but feature packed communication tool then a speakerphone from Jabra or Sennheiser would be a good choice. From a huddle room through to boardroom, all our MS enabled speaker phones will work seamlessly. These 3 recommendations cover from 4 people up to 16 people.
Teams Headset Problem solving & trouble shooting
Cant connect my headset to Microsoft teams software?
headset not working on Microsoft teams?
How do I change my headset or speakerphone settings in MS teams?
Answer for all the above questions:
First thing is to check your audio settings in Microsoft Teams application and choose the correct device you are connecting to: To do this….
- click your profile picture at the top of Teams
- Go to the Settings > Devices
- Under Audio devices, pick the device e.g. headset, speakerphone etc (or default speaker and microphone) you want Teams to use by default
In 90% of cases this will sort out any issues with connectivity.
Still not working? – try making sure that settings- privacy & security – mic and sound are set to “allow”
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