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Blu3tack

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  1. If you're going to go through the effort of digging a trench run 2 or 3 cables. It's a lot easier to install a couple of extras now and terminate them then it will be in the future if one of the cables went bad.
  2. Are you looking for an all in one headset (microphone included) or just wireless headphones? I personally use a pair of Sony WH-1000XM3 and wear glasses constantly. I honestly don't feel them putting any pressure on the frame. I've paired this with a modmic 4.0 wireless and must say it's a great experience not to be tethered. The Sony's are also great for traveling, noise cancelling on flights is a godsend.
  3. You could always look at cable sleeves or even using heat based shrink wrap if you don't mind a more semi-permanent solution. I loved the modmic audio but always hated that additional cable. If you aren't adverse to dropping a fair chunk of change they've bought out a wireless version that I've loved since the swap. My only gripe is micro USB charging not USB C and no integrated bluetooth option as you neeed the USB receiver. The sound quality is awesome and paired with a wireless set of headphones couldn't be happier. https://www.amazon.com/Alex-Tech-10ft-Protector-Sleeving/d
  4. Honestly really loving these adapting to the situation and hardware videos like "I FINALLY Upgraded My Streaming Setup!" I always enjoy content that showcases some lesser known or more useful tools, these can be understandably niche but I think utilizing the current climate to demonstrate cameras/microphones or general remote work products that make WFH easier would be really interesting and beneficial.
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