Califone 3064AV User Manual
Multimedia Stereo Headset
Model 3064AV (3064AVBL Blueberry color, not shown))
1.Fully adjustable headband fits all students
2.Replaceable leatherette ear cushions
3.Permanently attached straight cord with reinforced connection resists accidental pull out for classroom safety
4.Omnidirectional electret mic on flexible gooseneck
5.8’ cord for extended reach with 3.5mm mini plugs connects with commonly used media players
6.Recessed wiring resists prying fingers
•Windows and Mac compatible (not iMac)
•Lightweight design for comfort
•Warranty for school use - unlike headsets from consumer electronics stores whose warranties would be voided if used in schools
An ideal companion for today’s digital classrooms, this lightweight headset is designed for language learning applications, computer labs as well as general listening and game use.
Please contact us immediately if you experience any difficulties with your headset. Our “Project Intercept" customer service program will quickly repair or replace items under warranty. Simply contact us via phone or email email@example.com.
Visit our website at www.califone.com to learn more about the complete line of Califone® audio products including: Wireless public address systems, headphones & headsets, wireless microphone systems, group listening centers, multimedia players and computer peripheral products.
We are proud of helping teachers enhance student understanding and achievements since 1947, with your satisfaction as our first priority.
This 3064AV headset carries a 90 day warranty with service support available through authorized dealers nationwide.
25 Ohms ± 5 Ohms
100dB SPL ± 3dB at 1kHz
3.5mm stereo mini plug
8 feet with reinforced connection for
safety and attached volume control
Electret condensor with wind shield
60dB ± 3dB at 1kHz
2,000 Ohms ± 15%
Nominal +3V; accepts
10 ounces, shipping weight 1 lb
CE rated safe for school use
For use school, business, church
and government facilities for 90 days
Califone® International Inc.
3064AV / 3064AVBL, April 2005