VoIP Headsets

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has become an increasingly popular form of business communication due to its cost-effectiveness and efficiency. When it comes to VoIP communication, a headset is an essential piece of equipment. However, with so many options to choose from, it can be challenging to select the right one. In this article, we will discuss the different types of VoIP headsets available and how to choose the right one for your specific needs, as well as including some of our best recommendations.

Monoaural vs Binaural

One of the first things to consider is whether to go for a monoaural or binaural design. Monoaural headsets have one earphone and are suitable for individuals who need to multitask or hear ambient sounds while on a call, whereas binaural headsets have two earphones and are ideal for those who require a more immersive sound experience.

Yealink offer the UH36 Mono and UH36 Dual Headset and these models have been some of our best selling headsets and we’ve had great feedback.

VoIP Headsets

Wired vs Wireless

Another essential consideration is whether to choose a wired or wireless headset. Wired headsets are reliable, offer high-quality sound, and are straightforward to use. They also come with various connectivity options, such as USB and 3.5mm jack. Wireless headsets offer more mobility and flexibility and typically connect via Bluetooth or DECT.

Yealink UH37 Headset
Yealink BH72 Bluetooth Headset

Bluetooth Headsets

Bluetooth headsets connect to a device through bluetooth technology. They provide high-quality sound and are perfect for individuals who need to move around during calls. However, they have limited range and can experience interference from other Bluetooth devices.

One of our recommendations in this category is the Yealink BH72 Bluetooth Headset. Discover why on our blog post: Yealink BH72 Headset – Our First Impressions.

Yealink BH72 Bluetooth Headset

DECT Headsets

DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) is a wireless technology that offers a reliable and secure connection between the headset and the device. DECT headsets provide high-quality sound and are ideal for individuals who need to move around while on a call. DECT technology operates on a different frequency than other wireless devices, reducing the risk of interference and providing better call quality. DECT headsets also often have longer battery life than Bluetooth headsets and are suitable for use in noisy environments.

Our recommendation for a top quality DECT headset is the Yealink WH62 Dual, offering incredible performance and sound for an affordable price.

Yealink WH62 Dual


In conclusion, selecting the right VoIP headset is crucial for effective communication. Take the time to consider the different options available, such as monoaural or binaural, wired or wireless, Bluetooth, and DECT to make an informed decision. With the right VoIP headset, you’ll be able to communicate clearly and efficiently with colleagues and clients.

Are you interested to know more about our variety of headsets?

If you have any specific requirements, please contact our technical sales team on +44 330 088 0195.