The Val-U-Pak 6-Station Listening Center with Leatherette Headphones by Hamilton Buhl includes a HB-100i Boom Box, 6 Leatherette Headphones, a JBP-6SV Stereo Jackbox and a LCP3175 Lockable Carrying Case. The Val-U-Pak can be used as a portable listening station for up to six people and is ideal for music classes or instructional teachings for multiple listeners.
The HB-100i Boom Box functions as a multi-device media hub for iPod/touch/shuffle, iPhone, CD Player and AM/FM Radio. It has a pop out iPod drawer that allows you to play audio from an iPhone or an iPod with a 30-pin dock connector. The dock will even charge your iPhone or iPod while it's playing. The unit also has an SD card slot, USB port and 1/8" (3.5mm) stereo aux input, allowing you to listen to any device with a standard 1/8" (3.5mm) headphone jack, such as an MP3 player, iPod Shuffle, tablet, laptop or Sports Walkman cassette player. For headphone-free listening, there is an integrated 4W RMS stereo speaker system.
The stereo Jackbox provides an input and individual volume controls for each of the six listeners. It allows you to connect each of the pairs of headphones to a single audio source, with plugs for both 1/4" (6.35mm) and 1/8" (3.5mm jacks). This provides connection to virtually any CD player, tape player, DVD player, TV, VCR, or computer. The Jackbox also has individual volume controls so each listener can control their volume without affecting others.
The durable compact carry case has a toolbox-style design with secure clasps to prevent accidental opening. There is also a padlock hole so you can add a lock to prevent unauthorized access. A folding handle on the top of the box provides convenient portability.
- Top Loading CD Player; CD, CD-R, CD-RW and MP3 CD playback
- Pop out dock charges 30-pin iPod/Touch equipped models
- Telescopic antenna reads FM, FM stereo and AM stations.
- LCD display with blue backlight for digital tuning with CD player and AM/FM Radio.
- Durable toolbox-like carrying case for safety during storage and transport