Thursday, December 15, 2016

Disposable Earbuds for Student Testing


Disposable earbuds can be very beneficial in the classroom and in other learning environments. This is an important solution for schools that have a limited budget. Especially when it comes required annual testing time for students.
 
There are several earbud options that work perfect with computers, laptops and mobile devices. Most disposable earbuds have a 3.5mm (1/8”) adapter. This type of plug fits in devices that have a standard headphone plug. This includes: PC, Mac and other audio devices.
 
The first solution is also the most affordable solution, it is an earbud that does not have any foam earpads or ear tips. They provide a sleek fit, come individually packaged and they are popular for annual testing because of the affordable price. These solutions can help technology coordinators and teachers stretch their budget and successfully conduct testing requirements by issuing a pair to each student.
 
Another option are disposable earbuds with foam earpads. They provide a soft comfortable fit, especially for those that have sensitive ears. They provide a snugger fit and stay in place when compared to disposable earbuds without the foam earpads.
 
Silicon tip earbuds are another option. They are growing in popularity in schools around the country for school testing because they stay in place better that both of the other options and they can help reduce ambient noise in the classroom. They cost a little more than the other two options but they are growing in popularity for student testing.
 
If you need help choosing the right disposable earbuds for annual testing, visit Learning Headphones. Our friendly staff would be more than happy to help you find the solution that works best for you. We can also send out a trial pair for you to test.
 
Learning Headphones is dedicated to helping teachers and educators find affordable solutions. We accept purchase orders and offer quick shipment. Thank you for visiting our blog. 

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