From what I've experienced it's just usable and completely the wrong solution for HD Audio (music).
https://www.google.com/search?q=ZOOM+conferencing+system+Poor+Audio+Quality finds prior discussions about what to try.
My small church streams its services via the ZOOM teleconferencing system. The audio exhibits regular echoes, fade-out fade-in and, in general, sounds like we're in a tunnel. ( I sometimes hear similar situation on commercial radio when a reporter is coming in via Skype) Our setup includes a number of normally open mics, all fed through a mixer board into a laptop. Sound is good when one speaker is speaking directly into a mic, problem occurs when there is background such as music and singing. I hypothesize the problem could be...
- overloading the streaming software due to inadequate power in the laptop / codecs, network capacity, or....
- phase interference from several mics that gets through the mixer board
- echoes from walls and ceiling hitting various mics out of phase
- improper setting of the codecs
- or ...??
We're amateur volunteers here, but would appreciate any advice, ideas, suggestions.
Thanks in advance for any help!