What you need to know
- The new BuddyPhones School+ headphones are designed with online learning in mind.
- The headphones have three different listening modes and include swappable stickers.
Accessory maker ONANOFF has announced the new BuddyPhones School+ headphones, a pair of headphones that are designed to be used specifically by kids who are learning from home.
Available in four bright colors; blue, pink, yellow, and green, the headphones also come with swappable stickers so kids can make their headphones look just the way they want them to. Safety is taken care of thanks to three different SafeAudio levels, limiting how loud the headphones can go based on who is listening. It's similar technology to the impressive BuddyPhones Play+ and we were very impressed with that.
Each pair of headphones can work wirelessly and via a wired connection, and the built-in microphone is perfect for those Zoom calls. A special StudyMode feature is also designed to help kids isolate voices for easier learning, too.
The full rundown of features includes:
- SafeAudio 75/85/94dB Volume Limit
- Detachable Boom Microphone
- Voice Enhancing StudyMode
- 20 Hour Battery Life
- 20m Wireless Range
- Works wired or wirelessly
- Built-in Microphone
- Answer/Playback button
- BuddyLink for Sharing
- Sweat Wicking Ear Pads
- Adjustable Headband Size
- Foldable Design
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