Mono headsets only have one earpiece, leaving your other ear uncovered. Whereas a duo headset encompasses both of your ears.
The question is— what are the factors to consider when choosing between a mono and duo headset?
The Main Difference Between a Mono and Duo Headset
A mono headset is perfect for times when the noise levels are low. However, if the background is noisier, a duo headset works better.
Some people prefer to have one ear uncovered by a headset speaker as they want to hear their surrounding sounds.
On the other hand, there are people who prefer to have both ears covered to minimise distraction around them.
If you are looking for a good pair of dual headset, consider the SHOKZ Opencomm Bone Conduction Stereo Bluetooth Headset.
OpenComm is the first Shokz Bluetooth headset designed specifically for communication. Engineered with patented 7th generation bone conduction technology and featuring a signature open-ear design, OpenComm enables clear communication through the DSP noise-canceling boom microphone and helps you stay connected to your surroundings while you’re on the road, on a jobsite, or at your desk.
The adjustable DSP noise-canceling boom mic eliminates background noise for clear communication in loud environments when positioned near the mouth, making it the best headset for work, virtual meetings, etc.
OpenComm features up to 16 hours of talk time or 8 hours of listen time on a single charge for all-day communication. OpenComm also features Quick Charge; charge for 5 minutes for up to 2 hours of talk time.