I had read rave reviews about Clear-Com’s CC-300 single-muff headset in a publication and heard that it was “different” from other headsets. So, when I was offered the chance to try the CC-300 headset, the opportunity to test the one ear free style quickly grabbed my attention.
The first time I broadcasted a “Geek Girl” segment wearing the Clear-Com’s CC-300 headset, I fell in love with it. Everything I hated about the old “cans” was gone! The CC-300 is lightweight and comfortable. It allows me to monitor what’s going on in the studio and my hair gets less messy than when I use other headsets.
The biggest advantage though, is the clarity and depth of the sound that I hear. Even in the usually chaotic broadcast booth, I can keep track of phone call-ins and where I am in the queue. There is no more wearing of a headset with one ear-muff turned up, no more asking “was that my call-in?” and no more headaches from the pressure of an ill-fitting headset.
Usually, when a review is over, the product gets donated to a community entity, but this time, I’m being selfish and keeping the CC-300 headset for myself to use during Geek Girl shows. That is the highest praise I can give!
Judith Rogow is the Producer of "Geek Girl" on the KKYT radio station (The Coyote 93.7).
Find out more about why the CC-300 is so outstanding here:
>CC-300 product information
>CC-300 gets a rave review in Church Production Magazine
>Geek Girl Interviews Bob Boster about CC-300 Headset (Podcast)
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