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<p>This article has been viewed 2, times. Whether you’re not hearing audio through your AirPods, can’t use the microphone, or the sound quality is really bad, we’ll help you fix it! Disconnect your AirPods from any other devices.</p>
<p>Pair your AirPods with your computer. Open your Settings in Zoom. Click the Audio tab. Select your AirPods as the speakers and microphone.</p>
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<p>Before you can use your AirPods in Zoom, you’ll need to select your AirPods as your speaker and microphone, if you want in your Zoom settings.</p>
<p>We’ll show you exactly how to do that on Windows and macOS! Poor AirPods sound quality in Zoom is a common complaint. When you pair your AirPods with Windows, Windows creates two devices—one for Headphones mode, and one for Headset mode. The Headphones or Stereo option supports stereo audio and sounds great, but doesn’t allow you to use the microphone built in to your AirPods.</p>
<p>This is a limitation of Bluetooth on Windows, unfortunately. The best workaround is to use your AirPods in Headphones mode and using your computer or webcam’s built-in microphone for speaking.</p>
<p>We’ll show you how to set this up. Pair your AirPods with your PC. You won’t be able to use your AirPods in Zoom if they are paired to another device, such as your iPhone. Place your AirPods in the charging case, open the lid, and then follow these instructions: Windows Open Settings in the Windows menu. Go to source Click Add Bluetooth or other device and choose Bluetooth. Press and hold the round button on your AirPods charging case until the light starts flashing white, and select your AirPods to connect.</p>
<p>Windows Click the Windows menu and select Settings. If Bluetooth is off, click the switch to turn it on. Press and hold the round button on your AirPods charging case until the light starts flashing white.</p>
<p>If you see your AirPods, click Connect. If not, click Add device and choose Bluetooth. Select your AirPods to connect. Open your Windows Start menu and click Zoom. Click the Audio tab in the left panel. Select your AirPods from the “Speaker” menu. You’ll see this menu at the top of the right panel. The drawback is that the audio quality for this mode is “telephone quality,” which most people think sounds really bad compared to stereo quality.</p>
<p>The Headphones or Stereo option will sound great, but you’ll need to use your computer or webcam’s built-in microphone instead of the one in your AirPods. This is the best option for good sound quality, but it means you’ll need to stay at your computer when you want to talk. Click Test Speaker to hear a sample tone through your AirPods and adjust the volume if needed.</p>
<p>Select a microphone from the “Microphone” menu. If you want to use your AirPods’ build-in microphone and you selected the Headset or Hands-Free option in the last step, you can choose your AirPods here. If you chose Headphones or Stereo , you’ll need to choose a different microphone—your AirPods microphone will not work.</p>
<p>Use the Test Mic button to test the microphone and move the slider if necessary. Connect to a Zoom meeting. Now that you’ve selected your AirPods in your audio settings, Zoom will play all audio through your AirPods, as well as use your AirPods microphone if you selected it as long as your AirPods are paired with your PC.</p>
<p>Disconnect your AirPods from other devices. AirPods will try to automatically pair with devices they’ve paired to before, so make sure they are ready for your Mac.</p>
<p>Make sure Zoom is allowed to use your Mac’s microphone. The first time you use Zoom on your Mac, you’ll be asked to give the app permission to access your microphone. If you accidentally denied that permission, you won’t be able to speak on calls. Before you get stuck in an awkward situation, double-check your permissions: Click the Apple menu and select System Preferences.</p>
<p>Click the Privacy tab. Click the padlock icon and enter your password. Select Microphone in the left panel.</p>
<p>Check the box next to Zoom in the right panel if it’s not selected. Pair your AirPods with your Mac. Press and hold the round button on the charging case until the white light begins to flash. Select your AirPods when they appear and click Connect.</p>
<p>Click your profile photo at the top-right and select Settings. This tells Zoom to use your AirPods for audio in your meetings. Click Test Speaker to hear a sample sound through your AirPods and adjust the volume accordingly. Select your AirPods from the “Microphone” menu. This tells Zoom to use the microphone s built in to your AirPods. If you’d rather use a different microphone, you can choose an alternative from the menu.</p>
<p>Click Test Mic to test your microphone’s volume and adjust the slider if necessary. Now that you’ve selected your AirPods in your audio settings, Zoom will play all audio through your AirPods, as well as use your AirPods microphone if you selected it as long as your AirPods are paired with your Mac.</p>
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<p>Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. My computer is acting very strange. When I go into the control panel, I have two headsets show up. If I try to set this as the default, I can not hear anything else while the zoom meeting is running, the test tone will not play, and the volume mixer simply will not work. If I set this as the default device, however, all my problems are solved except that the audio quality is very poor and there is always static in the background.</p>
<p>I don’t think there is any solution to this, just wanted to let you know in case my headphones are bad or this is not supposed to happen. Edit: the “stereo” headphones bring up the quality significantly and the volume mixer works with it but only when I’m not in a zoom meeting.</p>
<p>Could you explain how you changed the audio input device to the same as system for both microphone and speakers? I had the same problem. I solved this by changing the audio input device to same as system, both microphone and speakers.</p>
<p>Hi Bhavesh,. I had the same problem I tried to solve this using Bhavesh’s method it did not work I still don’t know how to solve this. I tried many ways like messing with audio settings but still it did not work. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 10 Search Community member. When I am in a zoom meeting, I am unable to hear anything except for the audio from the meeting.</p>
<p>This does not mean that I cannot hear other participants in the meeting, just that if there is another app with audio playing at the same time, I cannot hear it. I don’t know anyone else with this problem and can’t find any help on this issue on the Zoom help website. I use a Bluetooth headset, and all my drivers are up to date. I can hear sounds from other apps only when I am not in a meeting. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.</p>
<p>I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. Previous Next. FelipeAD83 Independent Advisor. This seems to be a Zoom configuration issue. Have you double checked your audio configuration on the settings of Zoom? Thanks for your feedback. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. In reply to FelipeAD83’s post on November 17, Yes, both the general and audio settings, and have seen nothing pertaining to my problem.</p>
<p>I even tried just toggling random settings off one at a time, and nothing changed. If this helps, when I go to the get help link in the windows audio settings, it plays a tone to check if there are any audio problems. This is the only other sound I can hear in a meeting. Even discord pings are silent in a meeting. Ok then, Let’s try this: Method 1: Try to run the troubleshooter for apps to diagnose the exact issue. Method 2: Check the volume settings. Please follow the steps below and see if it helps.</p>
<p>Right click on the speaker icon in taskbar and select volume control options. Put a check mark on “All devices currently playing sound”. Make sure you have “The default communication device unchecked”. Place a check mark on both speakers and headphones. Click Apply and OK. Hope that fix it for you! Let me know if you need anymore help! I couldn’t follow the exact steps, but messing with the sound settings fixed my problem!</p>
<p>That’s great! Have a great day! Bhavesh KumarJha. In reply to Bhavesh KumarJha’s post on January 6, Hi Bhavesh, Could you explain how you changed the audio input device to the same as system for both microphone and speakers?</p>
<p>In reply to PupicN’s post on January 6, Me too! Thanks in advance! In reply to AizikFriedman’s post on February 14, This site in other languages x.</p>
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There are many reasons why your AirPods might play in just one of your ears, and, depending on the cause of the issue, the solution will be different. Then when I turn on Bluetooth, and use my AirPods, I can hear but not be heard. The AirPods work on Facetime, Zoom and other apps. If you’re using your AirPods for a Zoom meeting, it’s quite likely other people and you can’t hear each other very clearly.
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