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Califone iPad & iPhone Docking Station with Built-in Speakers

Our iCompatible docking station is the ideal way to utilize mobile technology for group learning.

Its adjustable stand and arms cradle an iPad® or iPhone® * and once connected, the PA-MBiOS Docking Station fills a standard-sized room with rich stereo sound.

Any other audio source (including Android-based smartphones, tablets, and Chromebooks) can be connected through the rear-facing auxiliary input.

  • Two 2” full-range drivers for room-filling sound
  • Stand raises and lowers with up
  • 3.5mm aux-in for playing audio from other sources
  • One-year warranty for school use - unlike items purchased at consumer electronics stores whose warranties would be voided if used in schools.

PA-MBiOS
MSRP $158




Portable Audio

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Rear ViewBlended Learning
  • Front View
  • Rear View
Docking Station* 30-pin interface connects with up to
iPhone® 4S, iPad® 4, iPod® 3, 4th-5th
generation iPods with a separate
Lightning® connection (not included).
System CompatibilityiOS-enabled smartphones and tablets in
the 30-pin connector docking station.
Android-based devices can be plugged into
the aux-input on the rear
Audio SystemTwo 2” full-range drivers
Output Power2.5W X 2
Frequency Response100Hz ~ 20KHz
Separation≥40dB
Signal to Noise≥70dB
Line In3.5mm
ControlsOn front panel for power ON/OFF, Vol+/-
PowerExternal adapter
DimensionsW 10.4” x D 6.2” x H 3.5”
Shipping Weight3 lbs
Warranty1 year for use in early childhood centers,
schools, businesses, churches and
Head Start facilities
Updated on: 10/25/13
Blended Learning Wireless Washable Non-Washable
“When we visited South Side School in Johnson City, TN, a 4th grade teacher was using a wireless headset mic with a Belt Pack Transmitter and one wireless Presentation Pro in each corner of the room. She loved it! She did a pre- and post-test one month apart, using the headset and scores went up when she used the mic. This teacher felt that amplifying her voice led to greater student participation and learning. This is a power-house unit that's really suitable for a large crowd or several classrooms.”
Teaching K-8 Magazine
August/September 2003


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