To improve your zoom, up your mic game.

You can have a video-conference without video, but you can’t have a video-conference without audio.

Let’s face it. Our zoomified existence is tiring.

For lots of reasons, but one of the main reasons that we have such a hard time with zoom call after zoom call (or any service), is audio quality. Poor audio quality means that it takes more concentration to listen and…

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