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27th April 2012, 01:26 PM #16
Sorry but use these in our primaries and they are not lasting two minutes before the ear pads come off or rather taken off, the mic/volume control is broken or they end up only working on one side due to cable being pulled. I know its down to teachers looking after them while kids in but that in the real worl just does not happen however much I want it to. Fed up with replacing them, but if I could get hold of the Hills ones think that may cut problems down though.
Originally Posted by enjay
27th April 2012, 01:29 PM #17
Odd, ours have lasted for ages. Maybe they're not being used?!
Originally Posted by TechSupp
27th April 2012, 08:00 PM #18
Got two schools using them, so not just same kids. Fraid its just kids not treating equip with respect, fed up of putting ear pads back on. It one of those things, I even teach them but never see this stuff going off, except I still find the box full of loose ear pads, the mic volume control split in two! (thats got to be malicious).
27th April 2012, 08:35 PM #19
I recommend some headphones that the county traded service (Herts county supplies) sell in Herts. They have been excellent so far in several schools and are reduced size for primary.
I did a Google search and this webpage came up which is exactly the same page without the branding as so maybe your county has a similar supplier for things.
The Consortium Early Years - Multi-coloured Junior Headphones
28th April 2012, 05:45 PM #20
Just found these, look fairly robust, leads can be replced no volume control to break or mic to pull off, promising Easi-Headphones
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