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Is it Time to Upgrade Your Classroom Headphones?

Unless you exclusively use disposable headphones in your classroom, there will someday come a time when the classroom set of headphones that you use for school testing, listening center activities and more will no longer work as well as it did the day you bought it. In fact, you might already be experiencing a few signs of wear and tear or sound quality issues that could have a negative impact on future lessons that involve listening with headphones. Here’s how you can tell it’s time to replace your class set of headphones. 

Poor Sound Quality

If the sound quality of your headphones starts to degrade, it’s a sign that they’re nearing the end of their lifespan. You may notice that the sound is muffled, or that there is a lot of static or background noise. When this happens, there’s typically not much else you can do besides purchase a replacement set of classroom headphones or switch to disposable headphones for the duration of the school year.

Loss of Comfort

Headphones that are optimized for classroom use tend to prioritize comfort right up there with sound quality. This is because these manufacturers understand that younger listeners require a lightweight, comfortable fit to make their listening experience a good one. If your headphones are no longer comfortable to wear, it’s time to replace them. This could be due to a number of factors, such as the ear cups being too small or large, or the headbands being too tight. In addition, older headphones that have weathered years of use and abuse by multiple classes of young students likely have sustained wear and tear that could compromise comfort for future classes.

Decreased Durability

Even the most well-made pair of headphones will eventually lose the rugged durability that made you choose them in the first place for your students. If your classroom headphones are starting to fall apart, it’s time to replace them. This could be due to tears in the ear cups, cracks in the headband, or loose wires. Not only can these issues make listening activities and school testing less comfortable for your students, but it can also be hazardous to their safety.

Time to Upgrade? The Right Classroom Headphones are Within Your Reach

If you’ve been noticing any of these signs, it’s a good idea to start shopping for new school headphones. There are a number of great options available, so you should be able to find classroom sets of headphones that fit your needs and budget. Alternatively, you might decide that disposable headphones are the way to go from here on out. If that’s the case, there is a broad range of bulk disposable headphones and headsets that might be just right for you.