I’ve been trying out a pair of FREETALK Everyman headset for a few weeks now, both as a wide-band high quality USB headset for Skype and to broadcast live webinars for work. I’ve been extremely happy with the headset in both capacities.
The headset isn’t available at Best Buy, Future Shop, or other electronic retail outlets and I think that’s a shame since I don’t think a comparable headset exists in this price range. In fact, I’ve used more expensive headsets that I don’t feel adequately compare to the reasonably priced Everyman.
The lack of general availability of the headset is one of the reasons I wrote this post. There are two more reasons why I felt compelled to do a write-up about the FREETALK Everyman headset:
First, the crystal clear super wide-band sound quality gives the impression the person your chatting with on Skype is sitting right next to you.
Second, $29.99CDN is very reasonable price point for a headset with these remarkable audio characteristics.
Overall, the headset is very comfortable to wear, it collapses flat for travelling (pictured left) and the sound quality is excellent. I highly recommend picking up a pair, but if you’d like to do some more research first, I’ve included some other comprehensive reviews and included them below.
If you’re in the Toronto area and would like to demo a pair, give me a shout and I’ll loan you mine, provided I get them back in time for my next webinar!
- FREETALK Everyman Headset (USB) | The Skype Store.
- Everyman Headset for Skype: Killer audio, sweet price | Techcraver.com
- FREETALK Everyman Skype Headset Review | TMCNet
- Skype’s FREETALK Everyman Headset | Graves on SOHO VoIP
- FREETALK Everyman for Skype: Not just another headset | Voice on the Web