USB HID Supported Audio Devices for the Zoom Desktop Client Follow

Overview

The Zoom desktop client on Mac and Windows supports the following USB devices, allowing call function buttons on these devices to sync with Zoom. For example, if you mute or unmute using a button on your audio device, the Zoom client will show your mic is muted or unmuted

Note:

  • Supported USB audio devices on Windows is not limited to this list. Generally, the Zoom desktop client on Windows supports call function buttons for devices made by these manufacturers: Aver, Jabra, Logitech, Mercury, Plantronics, Polycom, Revolabs, Shure, and Yealink.
  • Models marked with an asterisk (*) are not supported on Mac

Prerequisites

  • Zoom desktop client 
  • If your audio device is on this list, enable the Sync buttons on headset setting in your audio settings. Otherwise, disable the setting.

This article contains:

AVer

  • VC520 Speakerphone
  • VB342 Speakerphone

Jabra

  • Speak 510, 710, 810 Speakerphone
  • Engage 50, 65, and 75 Headset*
  • Evolve LINK Headset*
  • Evolve 20, 30, 30ii, 40, 65, 65e, 65t, 75, 75e, and 80 Headset* 
  • PRO 920, 925, 930, and 935 Headset*
  • BIZ 1500, 2300, 2400ll
  • Motion Headset
  • Stealth Headset

Logitech

  • ConferenceCam Connect Speakerphone
  • ConferenceCam CC3000e Speakerphone
  • GROUP Speakerphone
  • MeetUp All-in-One Conference Camera 
  • H820e Wireless Headset
  • H570e Headset
  • Rally Speakerphone

Mercury

  • Crestron 

Poly

  • Savi 740
  • Savi 8200
  • Voyager 4210
  • Voyager 5200
  • Voyager 6200 UC
  • Voyager Focus UC
  • Voyager 8200 UC
  • Blackwire 5210
  • Blackwire 7225
  • Calisto 3200
  • Calisto 5200
  • Calisto 7200
  • Trio 8800 Conference Phone
  • Trio 8500 Conference Phone
  • Voxbox Speakerphone

Shure

  • Intellimix P300 Audio Conferencing Processor

Yamaha 

  • Revolab FLXUC 500, 1000, 1500 Conference Phone*

Yealink

  • CP960 Speakerphone
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