Educators have come to depend on Califone as a source for audio products that support learning and are durable enough to withstand the demands of the school environment.
Califone has been a leading innovator of audio technology in the classroom since its founding in 1946. Milestones including the first phonograph player for classroom use, the first portable public address system designed for schools and more recently the first ed tech headset to offer a USB plug were all brought to you by Califone.
Today, educators rely on Califone’s core products including headphones, headsets, PA systems and computer accessories to bring digital learning to life in the classroom. For example, using digital games for learning is quickly becoming mainstream in K-12 classrooms. Games offer an engaging way to teach. Sampling the variety of educational applications available today shows why game-based learning has become an important part of the instructional tool kit.
In response to this developing trend Califone has recently introduced a line of Headsets for gaming applications. The GH507 Headset, for example, is designed for comfort during extended usage sessions. It has advanced in-line audio features can also be detached so its 3.5mm plug can be connected directly to any smartphone, tablet, laptop/desktop PC.
The GH507 Gaming Headset along with the rest of Califone’s products can be seen and heard in booth #4100 on the exhibit floor at ISTE 2016.