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Headsets for young learners debut

Califone International, Inc. today announces the launch of the Listening First™ Headsets.
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Califone International, Inc. today announces the launch of the Listening First™ Headsets. The new headsets are an extension of the Listening First headphone line and now feature a built-in microphone onto the same brightly colored and animal-theme designs. The Listening First Headsets are designed for use in kindergarten and primary grades, as well as special needs students.

The headsets feature around-ear, ambient noise-reducing earcups, dual 3.5 mm, USB and single To Go™ plugs, allowing students to use the headsets for digital literacy projects with computers and mobile devices (including iOS and Android-based smartphones and tablets). 

For more information, visit www.califone.com.

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