Despite all the cool features the Zoom app offers, users often encounter issues that disrupt the pleasant user experience.
One of the recent issues reported is the inability to hear clearly through Airpods.
There are a few reasons that might cause this issue, and we are going through all of them in the article below.
Read on to find out how to get a clear sound on Zoom meetings using your AirPods.
If your AirPods are connected to multiple devices, you may experience audio issues when using Zoom on your Mac.
Simply turn off the Bluetooth from other devices.
This way, your Airpods will only connect to your Mac computer, and you should have your problem fixed.
On another note, make sure that your AirPods are connected to the device you are using at the moment.
Open the Airpod’s case and press the button on the back of the case. The Airpods are ready to pair when the case starts flashing white.
To connect your Airpods to Mac:
To pair your AirPods to iPhone:
To pair your AirPods to Windows:
To pair your AirPods to Android:
You will need to adjust Zoom's settings to make your AirPods work with Zoom.
Here is the step by step process:
There are multiple other options you can enable to have a high audio quality. For example, you can set an external microphone for audio and use your AirPods as speakers.
Zoom missing access to your device's speaker might be the reason for poor audio quality when using AirPods
Without these permissions, Zoom won’t be able to access your microphone and camera.
Zoom meetings are part of our everyday working routine.
Background noises, poor audio, and video connection can make the whole experience frustrating.
Hopefully, this guide will help you fix the problem you are having with your AirPods and Zoom app.
Sometimes Bluetooth devices are not pairing or showing in the Bluetooth device list.
The simplest solution would be to turn off the Bluetooth, disconnect the devices, and pair them again.
Once you log in to your Zoom account, click on Join With Computer Audio.
Click on Test speaker and microphone. Zoom will play a ringtone to test the speaker. If you hear the ringtone, your Airpods are correctly connected, but if you don’t, click on ‘No’.
Keep clicking on ‘No’ until you hear the ringtone.
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