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Cyber Acoustics Brings AV Technology to TCEA 2023

EdTech manufacturer Cyber Acoustics recently displayed its line of AV technology including headsets, webcams, headphones, laptop docking stations, and PC speakers at this year’s TCEA conference in San Antonio, Texas, according to a news release. The centerpiece was a multi-function webcam for virtual learning and other communications.

Headphones and headsets include the AC-4000 for grades K–5, the AC-5000 for all grade levels, and the AC-6000 series for grades 6–12. The AC-4000 features a 3.5mm analog connection and smaller earcups for ease of use among younger students. The AC-6000 headsets are more durable and feature larger earcups with more built-in padding, according to the company website.

Cyber Acoustics also promoted its partnership with school districts throughout the U.S. to recycle headphones and headsets. The company has expanded its program to accept any and all brands of headsets, earbuds, headphones, webcams, and USB speakers that don’t require batteries or a power supply. Schools wishing to safely dispose of equipment can complete a form on the company website, and Cyber Acoustics will send them a collection box and pre-paid shipping label. The products will be sorted and distributed to be reused and reprocessed by R2 certified recyclers, the news release reports.

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