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There are those who can read the instructions on how to use a specific product and then there are the rest of us who are a bit more visual in our ability to truly grasp and learn the concept of how a product functions. An instruction manual can describe the technical aspects of getting audio visual equipment to work in a somewhat dry manner, but let’s face it – being able to watch a video detailing that very same information in layman’s terms can be a practical and valuable experience. Having the option to view and listen to firsthand instruction using “how-to” videos is an effective method toward ensuring products are set up and used correctly for seamless operation.
Below are a variety of videos for specific Califone product categories, ranging from headphones to portable speakers, which can help you familiarize yourself with an individual product, assist you with proper setup and guide you on how it operates. Click on a video below and let us educate you.
The United States Access Board, an independent federal agency whose primary mission is accessibility for people with disabilities, stated that acoustical performance is an important consideration in the design of classrooms. As many classrooms were built during a time when acoustics was not a significant concern, it is critical for administrators to consider the affects poor acoustics may have on student learning. Research shows that ambient noise and reverberation normally not noticed by adults can have a negative affect on learning environments for young children, as they require optimal conditions for listening and comprehension....[more]
With our Performer Plus™ multimedia player we are able to record and duplicate cassettes for the limited English speaking parents in our ARD meetings....[more]
The 2800-BL Listening First™ headphones reduce the overall noise level of the classroom, making it easier for each PreK, 4th and 5th grader to concentrate on the computer activity....[more]