I’m riding a Kinetic dumb trainer and it is way too loud for me to even try and pull it off, not to mention my orchestra of fans going on while even on an endurance ride. What trainer do you have that is so quiet that you could speak to someone let alone that person hear you clearly?
The only thing that wouldn’t work is if the trainer and fan noise comes through over the mics. If you have to be a constant contributor then it probably isn’t doable. If you’re just an observer then it would definitely work. I’ve done it before and my fan is on a remote so I just switched it off to talk and you have to easy pedal so the freehub sound doesn’t happen as you coast.
No meeting related advice, but I stream our Zwift races and no noise comes through on my channel despite the fans etc. Nvidia RTX Voice is absolutely amazing! As is Krisp, but that’s a paid service unless you’re using Discord.
Definitely test it. I’m not sure how noise cancellation differs between the mics and the speakers in most ear buds. I know Teams has it’s own noise cancellation feature and it does okay with the dehumidifier running like 8 feet behind me but I couldn’t tell you how good it would be with fans blowing right at your face.
I’m taking by this response that you (or your company) believe that the person speaking should be on camera. In my opinion and experience that’s BS.
I work remote full time since before the pandemic and also worked in an office where almost all of my meetings were online even though many people were in the same (giant, half mile long) building. I am on camera maybe once per quarter. And I’m a decision maker and deal with our largest customers. It’s just unnecessary.