Califone International, Inc. is proud to announce that it will feature four new headphone series during InfoComm 2011, held in Orlando, Fla.
The professional-grade, computer-friendly Odyssey Series is designed for heavy-duty use and is Windows and MAC compatible. Its replaceable 6-foot cord withstands 250,000 flexes, and with a cord change (from stereo to mono, or mono to stereo), enables the same headphone to operate instead in mono or stereo mode for added flexibility.
Also Windows and MAC compatible, the Explorer Series raises the bar for a computer headphone with dependability, quality construction and value. Its dynamic, thin Mylar diaphragm speakers deliver high performance sound for higher quality reproduction of voice and music. It is trusted and widely used in typical mono functions, making it ideal for use in 1:1 applications and small group learning centers.
This professional-grade Discovery Series headset is designed for heavy-duty use with CD/DVD players, TVs, tape players, and most computers. It features a built-in noise cancelling dynamic or electret microphone that is designed for use with voice recognition software.
One of the best headphone values for use in a variety of B&I applications, the 610 Series is known for its comfort, quality, versatility and affordability. Its durable construction enables the 610 to hold up to the heavy day-in and day-out use from its users. It is trusted and widely used in typical mono functions and stereo modes with computers, gaming, and for music appreciation applications.
“The Odyssey, Explorer, Discovery, and 610 Series give our customers even more choices when selecting the appropriate headphones and/or headsets for their specific needs,” said Tim Ridgway, Califone VP of marketing. “These four lines will be welcomed in a host of commercial applications, from call centers to museums to hospitals, where high-quality, rugged, and durable headphones and headsets are needed for a variety of applications.”
Califone products can be seen at InfoComm booth 4117 from June 15-17 at the Orange County Convention Center.