These comfortable and lightweight flexible stereo headphones are used for occasional or extended student use with computers, multimedia players, smartphones, tablets and other mobile-learning devices for language learning, literacy, ELL/ELD applications.
The moisture-resistant storage bag for these lightweight stereo headphones can be personalized with a student or teacher name, classroom number or school to reduce the spread of germs for quick and easy identification. They're available individually or in bulk with a convenient storage case.
Minimizes the spread of communicable disease from the use of common items
Moisture-resistant storage bag helps kill head lice within 24-48 hours and includes a labeling area to personalize with student's name.
Stereo sound on a flexible, adjustable headband with durable ABS earcups
On-ear ambient noise-reducing earcups help diminish exterior sounds. This reduces the need to increase the volume (protecting the ears) and helps keep students on task.
No longer comes with 1/4” snap-on adapter (4/5/12)
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: Califone offers classroom headphone packs only with a carrying case for added convenience and storage purposes. With the cases, these headphone packs can be transported from one classroom to the next with ease and help avoid down time.
A: Yes. While the moisture-resistant storage bag for the CA-2 headphones is designed and meant to accommodate an individual headphone to minimize the spread of communicable diseases, the bag can fit up to two headphones.
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.