Pick any scenario. Pick any occupational setting you can think of. Perhaps this has some relevance to what you do for a living. Of course, it goes without saying that if you are in a line where ongoing verbal communications are a continuous source of your occupation, then you will not be wearing headsets. Or while directing traffic. Not during office hours. Speaking of which, your personal secretary will clearly have very good use of a pair of transcription headsets. This allows her to fully focus on all the correspondence you have dictated to her.
And that goes for you too. You have those moments. Whether you are still confined behind your desk or strutting about the garden complex out of doors, the moment may strike you. Notes for your diary or notes for the office. Not a moment is lost and nothing is forgotten. And did you know that headsets are saving the world these days. Go to any diplomatic office these days and translation equipment will be the order of the day. The headsets remain necessary, of course, because at the end of the day, no psychobabble or endless litany of strange dialects need to be heard by those in close proximity to the translation expert’s desk.
And then there is the afterhours. Time to relax. No need to kick up a fuss over what track you would like to listen to. You can listen to what you like. And no-one around you is going to notice, because they are not going to hear a sound are they? And that is just what you want, isn’t it? You want to relax, completely immersed in your own world, with the outside world around you completely forgotten about. Complete bliss? You decide.