Comfortable Headphone Solutions
Obviously, picking out the best digital recorder for your needs is important - as is finding the right software or standalone kit for your set up. But if you don’t find the perfect set of headphones, reviewing your audio files might turn out to be a headache. We’ve collected the most comfortable headsets available so you can listen in comfort.
When it comes to finding a headset that’ll be a pleasure to use, looking for something lightweight is a great place to start - and the Philips LFH234 has got you covered in that department. Compatible with any device that uses a 3.5mm jack connector, this lightweight design features an under chin style and soft ear cushions to ensure comfort for prolonged use and a fit for all ears. With a gold-plated plug and a 10ft cable, you can be sure of an ultra reliable connection and high sensitivity and sound quality at all times.
If you don’t want to get tangled up in wires, you might be looking for a bluetooth solution, and there are plenty out there - but they can be bulky, and offer an unreliable connection. Spectra offers freedom from wires and heavy headsets with their 28g transcription headset. With up to five hours of continuous use per charge, this headset comes with a Bluetooth USB adaptor to plug into your computer if it doesn’t have bluetooth built in. Use the included cradle to research your headset between uses.
Ideal for use alongside an IP softphone, the Jabra Evolve 20SE is a Binaural, USB corded headset that’s certified for Microsoft Skype for Business. Featuring soft leatherette ear cushions, this headset is made for comfort, and thanks to noise cancelling and DSP technology, your voice will be optimised for calls, which won’t be interrupted by background noise. For even more convenience, the in-line control unit provides all the call functionality you’ll need, including volume, mute and answer buttons.
Don’t underestimate the power of noise cancelling technology when you’re reviewing an audio file or in the process of transcribing. You’ll get perfect quality when using the Sony ZC110NC noise-cancelling headphones, which are designed to reduce ambient noise by 95%, perfect for transcribing in noisy areas. With a lightweight design, you’ll forget you’re wearing them - and with 80 hours of battery life, you don’t have to worry about running out of charge halfway through the job.
Make sure you’re pairing your top-of-the-line voice recorder with a set of headphones built for comfort and clarity. Check out our full selection of high-end headsets online.