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For those reasons I always used my headphone on top of one ear (right) and half on the other ear (left)

 

The reason is, that by doing this a user can keep control on his / her natural voice

and the user / broadcaster / host gonna speak that way "less loud"

With a headphone many people make the huge mistake to start talking louder - whatever the volume of the headphone is set to normal or higher

 

By using the way I've done it since decades (and I'm not the only one), the user creates also "no delay" between voice > mic > mixer > headphone (its a matter of milliseconds aka ms)

and it creates "control" on the own voice

Visit and listen @ BW !

http://i.imgur.com/Ggmw4ub.gif

 

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