I have a video interview in a few days. I know that my headset provides great audio to me and the mic quality is decent, but I'm not sure if wearing the headset would look professional during the interview. I don't think my webcam's audio quality is as good as the mic on my headset, but I don't know if it's poor enough to warrant a change.
Is this something that's even that important? I was considering borrowing a friend's more professional stand-alone mic if need be, but I wanted to know if it would be odd to wear a headset. I'm interviewing for a programming position at an agricultural company which, on first thought, presents a bit of a culture clash. First impressions are important and, while it shouldn't matter that I wear a large pair of headphones with attached mic, I can't shake the thought that I'd look like a doofus.
For what it's worth, I know I'm probably being a little irrational in placing so much thought and importance to this, but this is my first video interview and I'm very keen on it going well. I also apologize for me applying a smidge of prejudice in assuming that non-tech people, especially at an ag company, would make snap judgments over something so silly. If I'm being ridiculous, please let me know. I suppose this question is part recommendation-focused and part assuage-my-fears-focused.