The 10 Best USB Office Headsets

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This wiki has been updated 15 times since it was first published in September of 2016. For those who spend all day with their ears pressed to a telephone, you may want to consider trying one of these USB office headsets. They give you hands-free capabilities while taking calls and provide anything from decent to stellar sound quality. They're also pretty handy for dictating using voice recognition or for use with language-learning software. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best usb office headset on Amazon.

10. MPow BH224A

9. Logitech H540

8. Sennheiser SC 60

7. Koss CS100

6. MPow 071A

5. Jabra Voice 550

4. Jabra Evolve 40

3. Plantronics Blackwire C435

2. Plantronics Blackwire 3220

1. Jabra 2400 II

Editor's Notes

July 30, 2019:

If you do a lot of teleconferencing, you've probably heard of Jabra and Plantronics. For the last few years these two companies have had somewhat of a stranglehold on the office headset market, and neither is going away anytime soon. Jabra's 2400 II is one of their most advanced, and the Evolve 40 is right there behind it. Meanwhile, the Voice 550 is one of the best single-sided choices around. Plantronics offers some very well-engineered options as well; their Blackwire series is packed with advanced features and includes one of the few pairs of earbud-like headphones with a boom mic that's specifically designed for use at the office.

Sennheiser also has somewhat of a presence in the headset world, and MPow is a budget-friendly company that puts out not exactly premium-quality headphones, but high-value ones for the cost. If you're looking for headphones that sound better playing music while still offering great phone and voice redording technology, we have a list of those, as well as a rundown of some that work particularly well with personal computers for both work and play.

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