The Multimedia Stereo Headset is versatile and comfortable enough to be used for a variety of digital classroom uses, in computer lab settings, for online assessments and ELA testing (to meet Common Core State Standards), literacy and language learning situations. Its lightweight design makes it a natural choice for wearing during extended periods of time while its ABS plastic earcups won't shatter into potentially dangerous shards (unlike consumer electronics items), giving the 3064 series the ruggedness and durability schools need.
The windscreen protecting the microphone reduces external sounds during recordings, making the 3064 also ideal for Skype sessions, gaming and other multimedia uses.
Noise-reducing earcups resting on the ears provide enhanced protection (compared to earbuds) against ambient noise so students won't need to increase the volume in order to hear the content. The entry point of the cord into the earcup is reinforced against accidental pullout and has in-line volume control for individual preferences (3064-USB and 3064AVBL only). The 3064 series offers connections choices of dual 3.5mm stereo plugs or a USB plug. The optional USB connection allows faster access to media files and streaming audio files and also includes mute, mic on/off.
Optional disposable hypoallergenic cloth earpad covers (3060EC) are available for 3064 headsets in high use settings. Students and teachers tell us the covers help make the headsets feel even cooler, are comfortable to wear and help keep the earpads clean.
The Multimedia Stereo Headset is available individually, in a school 10-pack with USB plugs with a foam-lined storage case (3064USB-10) and as a school 10-pack with dual 3.5mm plugs without a storage case (3064AV-10L).
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“With the 3064AV headset, individual K-12 students may work on various projects and not bother other students when they are doing podcasts, PowerPoints™, Kidspiration and Kidpix.” D. Joslyn Computer Instructor Whitaker Elementary Winston-Salem, NC
A: No. All of the USB headphones and headsets that Califone makes integrate the USB plug into the cord, not as an attachment. They are also "plug and play" compatible so there's no tedious pre-loading of software necessary.
A: There are no ¼” plug adapters available for Califone headsets. There are stereo headsets for use with computers that only come with either a 3.5mm plug or a USB plug. The 3064 and 3066 are available in both and the 4100 only as a USB headset. The 2964AV is a monaural headset for use with the Califone CardMaster™ that has two ¼” plugs. Learn more about different headphone and headset plugs.
A: Califone headphones are available in silver, blueberry or beige, depending upon what headphone you need. The 3060-series are available in all 3 colors. The 2924AVP, 2924AVPS and 3064AV headset come in both beige and blueberry. However, the color-themed Listening First™ headphones come in blue, red and yellow. The 3068AV is only available in black. The SA-740 and NC500TFC in silver.
A: The USB Headsets feature three LED lights on the In-line control as easy-to-see indicators for the users. The bigger LED light at the base of the In-line control indicates headset power on/off; the top small LED light signifies microphone on/off; and the small LED light in the middle flashes when data is transmitting.
A: The animal and color Listening First™ headphones are not available with a boom microphone. For young, beginning learners, we recommend the 3064av headset series to fit smaller heads and ears. Also, check out other headsets.
A: When using the 3064AV headsets with a computer check the settings to confirm the external mic has been selected. If you need further assistance, please contact our Tech Support Dept. by completing this online form for them to help you.
A: The In-line volume control on the Multimedia Stereo Headset 3064AV or 3064AVBL controls the headphone volume for listening comfort. The microphone volume is controlled by the setting on the computer.
A: The difference between a headphone and a headset is a headphone is used only for listening and a headset can be used for listening and capturing audio responses (used by many language/reading programs). Put another way, a headset is a headphone with a microphone attached to it.