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Multimedia AV Headsets with Boom Microphone

Item #: 3064AV | Grades K-12

Provide clear, stereo sound without breaking your school's budget with Califone's 3064AV Headphones. The lightweight, affordable headphones include an adjustable boom microphone and are PC and MAC compatible, making them a great choice for computer labs and speech classes. Adjust the headband to fit comfortably over the ears of children and adults.

NOTE: These headphones are not compatible with iMac and eMac computers.

The Multimedia Stereo Headset is versatile and comfortable enough to be used for a variety of digital classroom uses, in computer lab settings, for online assessments and ELA testing (to meet Common Core State Standards), literacy and language learning situations. Its lightweight design makes it a natural choice for wearing during extended periods of time while its ABS plastic earcups won't shatter into potentially dangerous shards (unlike consumer electronics items), giving the 3064 series the ruggedness and durability schools need.

The windscreen protecting the microphone reduces external sounds during recordings, making the 3064 also ideal for Skype sessions, gaming and other multimedia uses.

Noise-reducing earcups resting on the ears provide enhanced protection (compared to earbuds) against ambient noise so students won't need to increase the volume in order to hear the content. The entry point of the cord into the earcup is reinforced against accidental pullout and has in-line volume control for individual preferences (3064-USB and 3064AVBL only). The 3064 series offers connections choices of dual 3.5mm stereo plugs or a USB plug. The optional USB connection allows faster access to media files and streaming audio files and also includes mute, mic on/off.

Optional disposable hypoallergenic cloth earpad covers (3060EC) are available for 3064 headsets in high use settings. Students and teachers tell us the covers help make the headsets feel even cooler, are comfortable to wear and help keep the earpads clean.

The Multimedia Stereo Headset is available individually, in a school 10-pack with USB plugs with a foam-lined storage case (3064USB-10) and as a school 10-pack with dual 3.5mm plugs without a storage case (3064AV-10L).

Our highest quality stereo headphones

For music theory/appreciation classes and ear training

Replaceable over-the-ear fitting leatherette cushions

On-ear ambient noise-reducing earcups help diminish exterior sounds. This reduces the need to increase the volume (protecting the ears) and helps keep students on task.

This headset has multiple plug choices to fit a variety of devices. Make sure your selected headset has the right compatible plug to fit the intended audio source.
Minimum system requirements: Headphone

Diaphragm 27mm Mylar

Magnet Cobalt

Impedance 25 Ohms ± 5 Ohms

Frequency Response 20-20,000 Hz

Sensitivity 100dB SPL ± 3dB at 1kHz

Max Input 100 milliwatts

Input Connection (3064AV & 3064AVBL)

3.5mm stereo mini plug


Backwards compatible USB 2.0

Cord (3064AV)

8' with reinforced connection for safety

(3064-USB & 3064AVBL)

8' with attached volume control


Type Electret condensor with wind shield

Directivity Omnidirectional

Sensitivity 60dB ± 3dB at 1kHz

Frequency Response 20-16,000 Hz

Impedance 2,000 Ohms ± 15%

Operating Voltage Nominal +3V; accepts 1.5V-10V

Output Connection (3064AV & 3064AVBL)

3.5mm stereo mini plug


Backwards compatible USB 2.0


Color (3064AV & 3064-USB)




Weight (3064AV & 3064-USB)

10 ounces, shipping weight 1 lb


10 ounces, shipping weight 8 lbs

Warranty (3064AV & 3064AVBL)

For use school, business, church and government facilities for 90 days


For use in school, business, church and government facilities for 6 months
Lesson Plan Name Grades
Fit or Fat? 6 to 8
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Exploring our World through Video 2 to 4
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Black History Month Menu/Choice Boards 5 to 12
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An Entertaining Assignment 11 to 12
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Reading Rainbow for Second Graders 2 to 2
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Greek Mythology Movies 6 to 6
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(5.0 stars, 2 ratings)
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(5.0 stars, 1 ratings)
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Solar system patterns and movement 6 to 8
(5.0 stars, 1 ratings)
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Virtual Speech 11 to 12
(5.0 stars, 1 ratings)
Integrate digital citizenship curriculum into student learning. Ensure full, equitable access and participation of all learners through high-quality technology tools and resources.