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“Sorry – John – I can’t hear you. Can you get closer to the mic? Nope – that didn’t fix it. Can you switch to a different microphone?”
Don’t be John.
Audio quality, believe it or not, is MORE important than video quality.
Think about it like this. If video quality is bad – the meeting continues. If the audio drops or is intermittent – the meeting ends.
3 common microphones used in video calls are Apple AirPods, microphones embedded in laptops (or desktops) and external USB microphones. Here is a quick video where you can hear the differences.
Audio quality is more important than video. So despite the numerous articles out there focusing on video quality – ensure your audio setup is great first.
USB microphones are a cheap and easy way to create podcast-like audio. Definitely recommend.
Andy is a technology optimist and the co-founder & CEO of Ionic Partners. Formerly - he was the founder & CEO of Think3, Founder & CEO of Crossover, co-founder & CEO of RideAustin and the CEO of a variety of technology companies including Engine Yard, DNN Corp, Kayako, Bizness Apps, FogBugz, School Loop, Agemni, SLI Systems, and Sococo. Andy runs all of his companies with 100% remote talent – across all functions.