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Best concert ear plugs 2018 – [Buyer’s Guide]Last Updated October 1, 2019
Best concert ear plugs of 2018
Customers need to be careful on how they spend their money on these products. The rating is based on multiple factors: The 3 metrics ‐ Design, Materials, Performance, and other indicators such as: Popularity, Opinions, Brand, Reputation and more.
However, after giving you the TOP list, I will also give you some of the benefits you stand to gains for using it. I browse the various concert ear plugs available on the market and list three of the very best.
Test Results and Ratings
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№1 – Eargasm High Fidelity Earplugs for Concerts Musicians Motorcycles Noise Sensitivity Conditions and More
Why did this concert ear plugs win the first place?
I don’t know anything about other models from this brand, but I am fully satisfied with this product. The product is very strong. Its material is stable and doesn’t crack. The rear part fits perfectly! It is mounted really tight and reliable. I am very happy with the purchase. It is definitely worth its money. The product is top-notch!
Why did this concert ear plugs come in second place?
Seems that the material is good. It has a very beautiful color but I don’t really like the texture. I like this product. For such a low price, I didn’t even hope it to be any better. It’s decently made. This is a pretty decent product that perfectly fitted the interior of our office. Managers explained me all the details about the product range, price, and delivery.
№3 – Eargasm High Fidelity Earplugs for Concerts Musicians Motorcycles Noise Sensitivity Conditions and…
Why did this concert ear plugs take third place?
This price is appropriate since the product is very well built. It doesn’t squeaks nor bents. Looks great in my apartment. We are very pleased with the purchase — the product is great! It is inconvenient to use due to the size. I am going to get something different next time.
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How we chose ear plugs to test
Researching crowd-sourced reviews and popularity ratings from retail stores helped inform our list as well. Many resources available online about ear plugs and hearing protection come from stores and brands that sell ear plugs. The first few links from a web search for “hearing protection” are of Home Depot, Cabela’s, Grainger, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and 3M. We gained insight into which types and brands are more common in each market: home improvement, sporting goods, manufacturing, hunting, and music.
From our digging, we learned what was important to different users for different purposes. Combined with our personal experience and years of using earplugs, we determined our criteria for testing and developed methods for each field.
These are the most inexpensive and ubiquitous type, ranging anywhere in price from to 90 cents per pair, sometimes packaged in bulk sets of up to two hundred pairs. Foam plugs offer very blunt, indiscriminate sound blockage, which makes them great for sleeping and blocking environmental nuisance.
Most foam ear plugs available today are made of memory foam, inserted into your ear with the roll method: Twist them like you would wring a towel so that the plug is compressed into a tube, then insert into your ear and hold in place until it feels fully expanded.
We find this feeling a bit uncomfortable as the foam creates slight pressure as it pushes the air in your ear. When fully expanded, it blocks out external sound but also amplifies sounds in your body, like your heartbeat and breathing. This is known as the occlusion effect, wherein sound vibrating in the bone and cartilage that would normally exit through your ear canal is blocked.
Moldable Ear Plugs
Moldable ear plugs were the first type to be available on the market. In 1907, Max Wegner of German-based company Ohropax originally sold a version made of beeswax. It wasn’t until 196that Ray and Cecilia Benner of Mack’s invented their own made of pure silicone putty, a waterproof material resistant to melting under heat.
Noise reduction ratings
Ear plug ratings are regulated by international standards and ratings. In the United States, the EPA requires that every product post their NRR (Noise Reduction Rating). This measures the potential of reduction in sound by dB (decibels).
These ratings rely on proper usage, which varies so greatly that OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) developed derating systems to more accurately portray NRR. In other words, ear plugs are so often misused that an NRR may inaccurately portray the level of protection. As a consumer, it is difficult to know whether or not you’re wearing them correctly, and even more so to tell the difference between correctly and incorrectly worn ear plugs.
Wear comfort test
To test wear comfort, we wore each pair of plugs for an hour. Our testing spanned a few days in order to avoid fatigue from having an impact on subsequent tests. Foam ear plugs across the board were very comfortable initially, but ratings slipped after about twenty minutes of wear. The pressure created by sealing off air in the ear canal contributed to this discomfort, along with a pronounced occlusion effect.
Very slight disorientation occurs when worn for long periods of time; we began feeling disconnected from the space around us, feeling an intense “internal” sensation as the sound of our heartbeat and breathing heightened.
Higher end frequencies are blocked more significantly than lower frequencies, so the overall effect is muffled and boomy, which in itself creates a nuisance of its own. Nevertheless, out of the five foam plugs, our favorite for comfort by a small margin was Mack’s Ultra Soft Foam. They are more tapered than Leight Laser-Lites and Pura-Fits, and more porous than the DuraPlugs, resulting in a slightly more comfortable fit.
The flanged plugs were generally more comfortable than foam plugs, but Mack’s Pillow Soft Silicone Earplugs were the most comfortable ear plugs overall in our testing.
Great sound-blocking performance, plugs even come individually wrapped.
Like all the other foam ear plugs, these are disposable. You can use them until they collect too much dirt, wax, or debris at your own discretion. Good thing, because our order came in a large cardboard box with one hundred individually wrapped pairs which could potentially last you a lifetime. For extra credit, Moldex was the only company to package their individual pairs in paper instead of plastic, a big plus in our book.
In a pinch, foam ear plugs will work for loud concert or music listening settings. Often times, bars will keep a large box of individually wrapped ear plugs for sale for a buck or two. Cheap foam plugs will protect you from high volumes even better than flanged plugs because they have higher NRR ratings. We unequivocally recommend them (at the cost of audio quality) if you don’t have flanged plugs on hand.
These will also work well for sleeping, though they were not our number one choice. Because foam plugs are so inexpensive and also work well for sleeping and general hearing protection, we recommend them most for general usage. Easily replaceable and cheap, they are in some ways the most user-friendly and versatile.
As mentioned above, the SoundTight’s flanged earplugs scored high in sound quality, but we were unable to find their NRR rating. They come with a handy, compact aluminum keychain carrying case, like a lot of the other flanged plugs, but arrived in a plain plastic bag with no formal packaging. To be fair, we have purchased other types of products this way, but for the price we paid for SoundTight, we expected more. Lacking NRR and country of manufacture, they didn’t exactly inspire confidence in consideration of serious hearing protection.
Duraplugs are the “supermodels” of the bunch, the thinnest and tallest. As such, they may provide a better fit for those with smaller ears. The foam material also seems slightly more dense, with smaller visible “pores” (which helps our supermodel metaphor). They performed quite well in our noise-blocking test, but its denser material feels stiffer to the touch and therefore just slightly less comfortable.
Hearos Xtreme Protection
If Duraplugs are the supermodels of the bunch, these blue bad boys are the dwarves of the ear plug realm. They are shorter and wider than all the other plugs. However, they are the softest to the touch, which makes them slightly more comfortable than the Duraplugs or the Laser Lites, despite their size. They also scored very well for noise-blocking, which could make them a very good choice for those with bigger ears.
Howard Leight Laser Lite
Joining the motley crew of supermodels and dwarves are the Laser Lite plugs: the psychedelic bell-bottomed hippie of the bunch. In flamboyant pink and yellow, these guys stand out. They flare out like bell-bottoms, shaped like a rocket-ship. Despite being the second softest, they don’t necessarily feel more comfortable. The flared design doesn’t help, as you have to compress more material at the bottom in order to achieve a deep fit. In terms of width, they are somewhere near the middle, so they may not be the first choice for small ears.
Surefire EPSonic Defenders
Surefire EPSonic Defenders are in league of their own, as they are designed with military and tactical shooting in mind. They have an extra rubberized attachment which hugs the curves of the outer ear, creating a very secure fit. While designed and marketed towards hunters, shooters, and the military, these will also work great for blocking general noise and nuisance and would especially excel in a active situations requiring a secure fit. We wouldn’t recommend these for sleeping, as the extra stuff will definitely impede your comfort lying down.
Ear Plugs for Movies and Concerts
Top row L to R: V-MODA Faders; Comply Plugs;Dubs. Bottom row L to R: EtyPlugs; 3M Tekk; Dry and Wet Toilet Paper.
The problem with the squishy yellow ear protectors is that they attenuate high frequencies much more than low frequencies, causing the sound you hear through them to be muffled and lacking in definition. Speech intelligibility goes way down. These are not the kind of hearing protection you want to use at the movies. The idea behind hearing protection attenuators is they attempt to attenuate sound evenly across the spectrum so that while it’s lower in level, it doesn’t sound muffled and speech intelligibility doesn’t suffer.
Hey, I’ve got the gear here to measure acoustic attenuation spectra, so why not! I rounded up all the attenuators I had in the house and took some measurements. In all cases I measured at least two different samples of each attenuator, and then added the measurements together and averaged them. Let’s take a look at the results.
For reference, let’s look at the black line at the bottom of the chart, which is the squishy foam 3M Tekk hearing protectors you may be familiar with. This type clearly does a pretty great job of isolating you from outside noise…but it will be too much isolation for going to concerts and movies.
Going down the list, the green plot is the V-Moda Fader. I tried this measurement with two different sets of Faders because I thought this plot may have been faulty. It appears the Faders attenuate a great deal and roll off rather fast. I have to say that in listening the Faders did not seem as different as they measure. The fit of the Fader is a bit tough as the body of the product is a bit big in the ear, and the tip doesn’t go very deep into the ear. I still think there may be some sort of problem in the measurement, but considering how shallow and insecure the fit is, and the sound was a bit more muffled than the other attenuators, I’m not going to recommend these.
The Ety Plug did a good job of delivering a secure fit, and were fairly easy to insert and remove. These use Etymotic’s triple-flange tip, but unlike there IEM products there isn’t a nozzle inside the tip so the EtyPlug a bit more flexible and comfortable than their IEM products. Also note that the tip is available in a smaller size (blue tip). I would say these were the least colored sounding attenuators, but only by a small margin. Recommended.
The top orange plot is the Dubs hearing protectors. While these provided a decent fit for me, they do not seal very deeply in my ears and didn’t feel very secure. The also only come with one size ear tip, which seems almost outlandish to me. Lastly, of all the protectors tested the Dubs had the steepest attenuation curve making them the most muffles sounding of the lot. Not recommended.
Next plot down the chart is the Comply Plug (red). No surprise, this attenuator uses a nice Comply foam tip that’s very comfortable in your ears. At the end of the attenuator body there is a little tab to aid in pulling them out of your ears. I found these had about as good sound as the EtyPlug, but the comfort was significantly better. Highly recommended.
The values are
Upper exposure action values (daily or weekly average noise exposure above which the employer is required to take reasonably practicable measures to reduce noise exposure, such as engineering controls or other technical measures. The use of hearing protection is also mandatory if the noise cannot be controlled by these measures, or while these measures are being planned or carried out.) peak sound pressure of 13dB. peak sound pressure of 140 dB.
L = Low
The terms refer to the noise reduction of the chosen hearing protector at High, Medium and Low frequencies.
What are dBs (decibels)? dB (decibel) is used to measure the sound intensity. Because the human ear can register sounds across a huge range of intensities a linear scale is not suitable for measurement.
Selecting ear defenders for your workforce
Every person will have different requirements when it comes to ear defenders. It is essential to get the right fit, the right protection, and ensure the user understands how to use and maintain their ear defenders.
Consider the frequency, pitch and intensity of the noise hazard. In industries such as mining workers can be exposed to very low frequencies.
Selecting ear defenders for your industry
Music, construction and airport workers are exposed to different noise and therefore have very different requirements. There are many ear defenders and headphones specially designed for musicians so that the full range of frequencies can be heard and there are specialist hearing protectors for use during firearms practice. Some ear defenders will only be suitable for indoor or outdoor use – so check before you buy.
Selecting ear defenders based on your risk assessment
Your risk assessment should look at the task, the user, the environment, the exposure action values and limit values. The assessment should also identify what you need to do to comply with the law and identify any employees who need to be provided with health surveillance.
As with any personal protective equipment that you procure, ear defenders should meet the requirements of international standards and relevant legislation. CE markings, EN, ISO and BS codes show which equipment meets standards for safety, design and performance. See the legislation and standards section of this guide to understand more about the exact standards and markings you should be looking for.
Also consider decibels, Single Noise Ratings and frequencies as detailed above.
Remember some headphones will not meet the criteria of ear protection.
Conical, or flanged, earplugs typically look like a tiny cone with graduated bands on the outer edges. They are made from plastic, and each band is wider than the next—creating a two-, three-, or even four-tiered barrier, making it tough for water to get through. Made out of a flexible rubber or plastic, you insert them into your ear as deep as they will go to the point of comfort.
However, a word of caution: Conical earplugs typically come with long stems that extend away from the ears—like a pair of antennae. Longer stems may get in the way of your swim cap, and if your goal is a cap with a watertight barrier over your earplugs—for the least amount of resistance—this kind of earplugs may not be your best bet. Those with long stems may prevent you from pulling the swim cap completely over your ears.
Silicone earplugs resemble silly putty in that you can reshape and remold them over and over. With their soft, malleable material, you can achieve a great fit. You can mold the silicone to fit directly into your ear canal, contouring it to its unique shape.
Because the earplugs provide a custom fit, many swimmers report that it’s their pick as the most comfortable type. For intermediate to advanced swimmers, silicone represents a step up from plastic conical earplugs, both in performance and in price.
Silicone is washable, and it’s more durable than plastic. Medical-grade, pre-molded silicone (used in many custom earplugs; see below) provide an effective seal against water.
One minor drawback: When not in use—if not properly stored—silicone’s sticky texture can attract unwanted substances like hair, lint, and dust. Once this happens, they are difficult to clean and may need replacing.
How about an earplug that’s been made just for you? Customized earplugs can be purchased from an audiologist, healthcare professional, or ear-nose-throat physician. They are made of memory foam or polyurethane.
Corded vs. uncorded
Corded earplugs are connected by a cord; usually, the cord is made of a water-friendly material. For swimmers, this feature can be particularly helpful, as it prevents you from losing the earplugs in the pool.
However, a pair of cored earplugs may not be as comfortable to wear. The cord may also get in the way of your swimmer’s cap. Competitive swimmers should opt for a smaller, more discreet, uncorded variety of earplugs. That way, the earplugs and cord do not add as much resistance when stroking in the pool.
Consider the lifespan of the earplugs. Some are good only for as few as five uses. More times than that, and the material may darken and lose its stickiness or pliability.
Water, molding, and sun damage can also adversely affect the life of the product. Once you see the earplugs get crusty or the plastic becoming dry (almost like paint chipping) from too much sun exposure, parts of the earplug start to come off. In this case, it’s best to break out a fresh pair.
Block the water—not the sound
Swim earplugs are designed to create a water-tight seal in your ear canal. When inserting any material that blocks water, it will—by default—also block some sound.
If so, conical earplugs may be the ones to buy. You can also check the noise-reduction rating (NRR) of the earplugs, and opt for the ones that block the amount of sound. They are suitable for water sports where users need protection from the water but still need to hear voices well.
Choosing swim earplugs that are right for you
The best way to use earplugs is to consider the behavior or activity for which you will use them. This includes swimming, as well as sleeping, working, hunting, attending loud concerts, or even deep-sea diving.
A leak-proof seal is never guaranteed; all earplugs will—inevitably— allow some water to enter. However, by choosing the right kind of earplug for your needs and following the best practices outlined here, you will be well on your way to keeping your ear canals dry, avoiding infection, and having one less thing to worry about as you race to the finish line.
Considered one of the most comfortable earplugs on the market, they block most noise and work great for side sleepers without popping out.
They provide reasonably high noise reduction levels and work great for sleeping as well as outside use like around power tools or music concerts.
Moldex 6800 Pura-Fit Soft-Foam Earplugs
The Moldex earplugs are one of the highest rated noise reduction earplugs. Available in a vibrant green color, they block most noise and are effective, whether you have a loud snoring partner, a neighbor playing rock music, or high-pitched appliances at work. A little longer foam design allows it to fit virtually all ear canals and are easy to remove.
Ohropax Wax Ear Plugs 1Plugs
Made out of wax and cotton, these classic ear plugs are great at reducing noise and unwanted sounds. They work great beyond bedrooms, like in discos, airplanes, swimming pools or around electric tools. Wax formulations have been around for ages, work great even if you have sensitive ears and easily fit all canals. The wax, once inside the ear, heats up due to body’s temperature and seals it preventing noise, water and wind. They are quite comfortable but cannot be re-used. You need to read the instructions carefully before using them.
Gear returned in mint condition. If you’re looking for a virtually new instrument in possibly less-than-perfect packaging, this is a great value.
Gear returned in great condition, with only minor signs of use, such as slight scuffs or pick marks. It looks and plays like new and may be considered an equivalent to display units found in retail stores.
What are the plugs going to be used for? If they are to help the baby sleep through the night undisturbed, then you’ll want to consider how good they are at blocking noise. If you’re looking for plugs to keep water out while showering or bathing, then you can’t be using the same type of plugs as the ones you used for sleeping. There are also ones tailored especially for air travel to help reduce the pressure felt in a baby’s sensitive ears, but which will not block sounds as effectively. Choosing the type most suited to your child’s needs will save not just money and time but also ensure that they get adequate protection.
Noise Reduction Rating
The noise reduction rating (NRR) is a lab-tested measure of how effective the ear plugs will be at cancelling noise, which makes it an important point to consider when buying sleeping ear plugs for your infant. The higher the number, the less noise will get through. Currently, the highest rating stands at NRR33, which equals to cancelling out 33dB of noise in a lab setting. However, in real world applications, the best way to calculate the amount of noise protection your child will be getting is to divide that number by half, and subtract it from the expected volume they’ll be exposed to.
Looking For Best Hearing Protection? We humans have senses to feel things happening around us. Out of these senses, the ability to hear plays an important role. Our ability to hear, makes our life a lot easier. We understand things purely on the basis of hearing. We communicate and learn things by hearing. What would happen if you’re not able to hear things properly? There are number of reasons one can loss his ability to hear. If your area of work requires to take precautions, then you should definitely buy ear plugs or muffs for hearing Protection. They can be of great help if you’re working where sound pollution limit exceeds normal. They are common tools for engineers, heavy metal workers, mechanical workshops and production units. These tools stop sound waves to get into your ear. They absorb the sound waves, and make the intensity low. Not only for workers, musicians can also use them, in a big concert, to focus on their own voice, rather than surroundings’. You can easily buy ear plugs and muffs. They’re readily available in tools shop or safety shops. You can buy them if you’re in a region which is prone to sound pollution.
Ear Plugs are made of sponge, joined with a polyester thread sometimes, for easy accessibility. They’re readily available, and cheap. You can use them in almost every field of work that has sound exceeding limits. There are many kinds of plugs, sponge plugs are commonly used for industrial and mechanical environments. Swimming plugs are used for stopping the water to enter into ear. Sleeping plugs for minimizing the sound in your room so that you can sleep peacefully. They have vast area of usage than any other hearing protection. Due to their small size, they’re very convenient to carry around. You can also use them with other hearing protections, like first plugging in these plugs, and then using a muff over it. They come according the noise level in your environment. Better ear plugs will be heavier than normal ones. They’re comparatively cheap than any other protection. They can be used to enhance ability of other hearing protections. Most of the engineers, workers, mechanics, welders, and grinders prefer these ear plugs because they can’t hinder their work, and use can wear them in tight areas. They’re most convenient hearing protection, with simple design and work fine. They’re a must have item for heavy duty workers.
Lightweight: Due to small size, they’re very lightweight. You can carry them in your pockets, and plug into your ears when required.
Durable: Due to simple construction, they are very durable and last long. In hot and humid environment, they work fine. A pair of ear plugs can last till lifetime, if you don’t lost them.
Industrial Use: They’re convenient for industrial use, around heavy machinery and work.
Easy To Carry: They’re very convenient to carry around, in a pouch or your pockets.
They’re headphone shaped hearing protection, with heavy muffs installed in the ear piece. When you place them on the ear, they help in restricting and absorbing the sound waves around your ear. They are comparatively safer than ear plugs. Their use is limited to heavy mechanical and industrial applications only. They’re designed well for the purpose, and comes in different levels of efficiency. They can also be used for sleeping purposes, or where sound is maximum in household works. They can easily be used with ear plugs, to enhance the protection. You have to first install the ear plugs into your ear. Plug them hard and make them fit. Now use a muff over it. They’re heavy and large in size, which can result in hindrance of other safety equipment like vision protection and safety helmets. Most of the engineers, workers, mechanics, welders, and grinders prefer these ear muffs because they’re better at restricting sound than ear plugs. They’re most safe hearing protection, but with bigger size. They’re not that durable, because sometimes, the screen can come off from the ear piece, which can result in a faulty muff. They’re recommended for heavy sound environments, usually in industries, compressor and pump rooms workers.
Industrial Use: They’re convenient for industrial use, around heavy machinery and work. Most of the engineers and workers find these muffs better protection.
Easy To Use: They’re very easy to use, just place them over the head, so that ear piece covers your whole ear. They‘re easy to remove and install.
Usability: They can be used with ear plugs to enhance maximum protection.Ear plugs are already good protections,but if you use muffs over them, you can walk into very heavy sound intensity environment.
Reliable: They’re solid made, and you can easily rely upon them.
All hearing protection gets a Noise Reduction Rating. The general consensus is that hearing protection for small caliber arms requires a NRR of 20. Long guns and normal handguns should have a NRR of 25, while magnum arms and indoor shooting dictate a NRR of 2to 33.
Remember when shooting indoors, it is often best to double up on hearing protection, with plugs under muffs, especially when shooting the big guns. And if you are worried about dead batteries, most electronic muffs strive for a battery life of around 500 hours.
Leight Impact Sport ear muffs.
Though they are only available in olive drab, of all the muffs I’ve tried, this one cannot be beat at its price range. In fact, I would rather have these Howard Leights than some higher dollar muffs not mentioned here.
The Slim Gold line is narrow enough not to clunk around on guns and is comfortable for all-day wear. Like many other Pro Ears models, these come with the 3.5mm mini jack, allowing connectivity with outside devices like iPods, scanners and radios. If style is an object, these bad boys are available in camo, white, pink, black, or green. They use either “N” or 12lithium batteries, and the auto shut off feature has definitely saved me some batteries.
Cover those ears
Once hearing is lost, bid it adieu. So if you have not already, get yourself some electronic muffs. While I sure love a long day of banging away on the range, I still want to enjoy the sound of a whitetail crunching through the leaves behind my bow stand with my bare ears. I’m willing to shell out a few dollars on electronic muffs today so that I don’t need some kind of hearing aids to enjoy that hunt tomorrow.
The Peltor Tactical Sport electronic ear muff uses ASIC digital chip technology that fast shutoff/recovery while protecting from hazardously-loud impulse noises. This hearing protection has high-fidelity stereo and sound amplification to hear low-level range commands and conversation. It is ideal for hunting and indoor/outdoor pistol, shotgun/rifle shooting. The Tactical Sport has ergonomically-designed, contoured, foam and liquid-filled ear cups and adjustable, fold-able, padded, stainless steel headband for all-day comfort. The Tactical Sport provides NRR 20 noise protection in the on/off mode. When the electronic ear protection is “on,” a built-in directional microphone amplifies ambient sounds. It automatically turns “off” when loud impulsive sounds are detected. It has a single power and control switch and is powered by two AAA batteries. The Auto shutoff maximizes battery life. The AUX external 3.5mm connection input audio jack lets you connect to any audio source. The Tactical Sport is an upgrade version of the Sport RangeGuard model, and is recommended for hunting and indoor/outdoor shooting.
Do not fold up
The MSA Sordin Supreme BASIC electronic earmuff hearing protection protects from damaging noise while connecting to the surrounding environment. These ear muffs conform to international mil-specifications and other extreme conditions. They are ideal for outdoor ranges, hunting, shooting, and special forces. The Supreme BASIC provides NRR 1noise protection in the on/off, mode. It is a plastic and metal ear muff with a slim, lightweight ear cup design that provides good amplification and reduces noise over decibels. An ergonomic 3-button on/off, up/down volume control aids mild- to moderate-hearing loss. It provides NRR 1noise protection in the on/off, mode. When the electronic ear protection is “on,” built-in directional microphones amplify ambient sounds. This amplification feature automatically turns “off” when loud impulsive sounds, such as firearm discharges, reach 8dB. It is powered by two AAA batteries that provide an estimated 150+ hours of use. The Auto shutoff that maximizes battery life. The AUX external 3.5mm input jack connects to audio devices as well as to other Sordin external devices. The lightweight Supreme BASIC is recommended for those international/special forces that operate in extreme conditions worldwide.
The values are
Upper exposure action values (daily or weekly average noise exposure above which the employer is required to take reasonably practicable measures to reduce noise exposure, such as engineering controls or other technical measures. The use of hearing protection is also mandatory if the noise cannot be controlled by these measures, or while these measures are being planned or carried out.) peak sound pressure of 13dB. peak sound pressure of 140 dB.
Time for Shopping
The product is a necessity for those who spend most of the time in shooting range. The ear cups are large enough to hold back any unwanted and high range noise and are highly comfortable too with separate controls for each cup.
Extra expense for cable to route the audio.
The unit is must have for shooters and hunters and you will appreciate the product without any dismay. The protection system of the unit is popular among shooting fraternity. The product is worth every penny you spend. The unit weighs not more than 1.pounds and it’s foldable. Also, batteries are included with the unit.
An electronic ear muff with an output that is free of distortion, this amplification ear muff is your ultimate safety companion. The ear muff touts to provide you protection against extreme noises while providing you a distortion free output amplified to 82db, and anything above this range is blocked out to keep your ears safe. Perfectly designed for those who are into shooting, these ear muffs will stay away from your aim, letting you have a free reign on the target. The amplification ear muff also doubles as head phones to listen to your favorite music while concentrating on your work.
Auto Amplification Off
Foldable ear cups for easy storage.
It is not a preferred option if you are using this ear muff within closed indoor ranges.
From an overall perspective, if you love shooting, then this ear muff provides ultimate comfort and safety while also ensuring that you are able to hear low range commands and communication. However, as per couple of reviews, it is not wise for use in enclosed ranges but make exemplary accompaniment in outdoor or open ranges.
In comparison to its counterparts, the Peltor Sport Tactical 100s come with extra comfort and enhanced functionality and also weigh considerably lesser. It can be easily packed and stored away in a compact manner and they definitely live up to the brand name of Peltor in every way. Designed in the gun metal black, the hearing protector from Peltor will add more class to your looks while providing you ultimate safety from extreme noises. A sporty design, this ear muff is majorly used in indoor ranges but is equally compatible and widely used in the open area shooting ranges too.
Audio Mix And Match
It gives you the choice to mix the audio from your environment with the sound you receive through your input. So even when you are hearing the music while you are shooting, you can still make out the ambient noises in the background.
Automatic Shut Down
The amplification in fact reduces automatically to zero and the system shuts down whenever the level reaches the acceptable 82db keeping your ears safe.
A 3.5mm input jack to stream in audio from other sources.
Separate mics in each ear muff for accurate direction on the sound’s origin.
Exceptionally good Noise reduction rating, which is never seen before.
Comfortable to wear continuously with padded headbands.
Moderately priced electronic earmuffs with additional features.
Pressure points are rubberized to keep them safe from scratching.
Shuts down automatically after hours to keep a longer battery life.
The ear muffs are a tad larger and might interfere when you are using a rifle or a shotgun.
Not only are these ear muffs extremely comfortable, they are also very good in attenuating the noise levels. And with a reasonable price into the mix, this is a combination that you don’t want to forego so easily. They make an excellent addition to any shooter’s bag, with the additional choice for music and other audio input.
Howard Leight has always been a known name when you are searching for the ultimate hearing protection aids and the ear muffs we see here are nothing short of their reputation. A distortion free experience while all the ambient noises around you are amplified to the maximum of 82db and the hazardous noises are kept out of your range, when you use these amplified and electronic ear muffs from Honeywell. With a comfortable fit around your head, these ear muffs have more features than you can think of.
The most important wish for a shooter, on a hunt or in the range is to stay alert to every sound and that is exactly what these earmuffs bring to you with full directional awareness.
Perfect reduction of noise irrespective of the frequency.
No worry on interference while shooting for this comes with ultra slim ear cups that stay out of the way.
Can be folded and stored away neatly without occupying much space.
The ear cushions are easy to remove to clean or replace making maintenance hassle free.
The ear muffs can also act as head phones with the input jack on the side.
May not be a suitable one for indoor shooting ranges but works exceptionally well for outdoor shooting.
As a person who practices shooting, your requirement is to have an ear muff that will not interfere but support you in your passion or profession. Even without the batteries, these ear muffs make an excellent accompaniment for noise reduction. Add on the batteries and connect to an external input device and you have your favorite music playing without any interference.
Designed in a stylish purple, these electronic earmuffs from Howard Leight are built with microphones sunk into the ear cups on both sides so as to give you a precise direction of the sound that you hear. The Noise Reduction rating for these amplification electronic ear muffs is set at 2and it can help amplify any sound to a maximum of 82db, the allowed noise level for human ears. The feature for automatic shut down whenever the amplification level reaches the maximum of 82db is an additional safety for your ears while the input jack to connect to other audio devices paves way for additional entertainment.
The Air flow control is a technology patented for Howard Leights which keeps the noise reduction at the optimal.
Comes with two AAA batteries which are easy to remove and replace.
The hour auto shut off ensures that the batteries last longer.
There is an AUX connection jack to connect to other audio devices like MPplayers.
The NRR for the earmuffs is at 2which make them a more acceptable option.
The microphones are sunken into the ear cups to avoid them being exposed to any irrational noise and help them provide you a better estimate on the sound direction.
Separate mics for each ear cup to provide exact sense of direction.
Comes with a 3.mm input jack for connecting to other audio devices like MPplayers and scanners.
There is an automatic shut down option which happens every hours of non use to preserve the life of the battery.
Amplifies the sounds that are ambient, to the maximum of 82db, the normal range for human ears.
Automatically turns off the amplification if it reaches the maximum level of 82db.
Not an apt companion for indoor shooting ranges but works wonderfully in the open shooting areas.
With an easy to fold design, these ear muffs from Howard Leight are definitely the ones to go for when you are not keen on spending again on ear muffs. They are not just easy to use and have additional features but they are also equally easy to clean and maintain.
Easy To Store
The ear muffs are designed in such a way that you can easily fold them onto each other and store them away neatly. They do not occupy any space more than required.
Swiveling ear cups so that you can tilt it to your favorite angle and have a customized fit that befits you.
Head band is adjustable and can fit on almost every head, small or big.
The snug fitting design of the head band with the synthetic leather padding offers you maximum comfort.
Real screws are used in affixing the dampening foams, two layers onto the ear cups and which helps in providing a better NRR.
Efficient storage made possible with the foldable design.
Slightly tighter when they fit on your head.
Bigger than many other earmuffs limiting the kind of guns you can shoot with them.
To conclude, the earmuffs are the best protection you could get for the price quoted and they do give a NRR of 31db as mentioned by the manufacturer. There are no additional features or input jacks to hear music or any amplification. You get what you ask for, the complete hearing protection from noises and that is guaranteed here.
A ground breaking effort in the production of ear defenders, as claimed by the manufacturer of this product and it does bring some technologies in design, sound protection and comfort onto the forefront. With a higher NRR of 31db, you are offered an ultimate comfort from the extreme noises, without compromising on your safety. The ear defenders are also made of non conducive material to keep you safe in case of a possible electric charge leak. It is considered to be the highest attenuation of noise in the field of ear defenders.
The ear defenders are apt for any working conditions including printing, airports, automotives, construction, foundry, steel works, mining, quarrying, manufacturing industries like cements, pharmaceuticals and more.
No more sacrificing your comfort to ensure that your ears are adequately protected.
The entire unit is made more sturdy and durable for there are no switches, buttons or any other features to dilute its robust build.
Change the simple ear defenders into a channel of entertainment by connecting to an external audio device.
Your audio, through whatever device you are listening from, is maintained at a threshold of 8db, the range meant for human ears.
The cushions on the ear cups are easily removable and cleaned. This makes maintenance an easy task.
You can easily remove or replace the input cable for your audio devices.
The head band is not extendable and can be quite tight.
The ear defenders are highly apt when you want to block out the extreme noises, as high as the noise level made by a chain saw. However they can prove to be quite uncomfortable when you have to wear them for a longer period. Other than that, they are definitely a worthy buy for a modern ear defender.
The comfort is another factor for you cannot wear an ear muff that ends up in giving you discomfort. There are various ear muffs designed for various purposes like earmuffs for sleeping, for those who indulge in water sports, etc. You have to choose based on when you wear them and also try them out before buying them.
Of course, this also matters for some might like their ear muff not to be too visible to everyone. In which case you can go for the ones that fits into the ear canal like the noise cancelling ear plugs. Or you can simply go for the one that look like the head phones. There are quite a few ear muffs in variety of colors and designs available in the market.
As you can easily guess from the name, these earmuffs are helpful in keeping your ear protected from cold wind and a drop in temperature. Available in multiple styles and colors, these can be worn by both children and adults. The fluffy pad, mostly made of fleece will cover your ears and is connected through an elastic band that runs over your head.
These are your ultimate protection against extreme noises which has also gained them the name, “defenders”.
Acoustic foam fills the inner padded ear pieces and they even come with speakers. You mostly get this with microphone so that you can communicate with your people without the noise disturbing your conversation. An essential one if you are working in a noisy workplace.
If you love going for a hunt, then you need all the focus you can get on the target. Also, you don’t want your ears left unprotected as you take the shot. And if you go as a team, you need to communicate with others and yet not be disturbed by the noises. And ear defender are your ultimate choice in such a situation.
Some of us are employed in situations where we have to live with the noise made by the heavy machinery and the equipments. In this case, you need to be able to communicate with your coworkers without letting the heavy equipment interrupting with your health. So a higher NRR ear muff will help you stay in your chosen career with no risk to your ears.
These are a cheap but effective option and no shooter should be without a packet in their pocket for emergencies.
Here you have a variety of options. You can opt for straightforward noise cancelling headphones or go for a more sophisticated digital version which blocks out sudden noise over a certain amount of decibels. Peltor have a popular selection.
Some shooters like to wear the noise cancelling headphones in conjunction with moulded earplugs.
These digital plugs provide discreet and effective protection from the intensely loud sharp noises generated from firearms. Custom made versions are available. The Tinnitus Clinic has a good selection and can offer advice on what would suit you best.
You may also find that your local GP has an audiology specialist you can discuss hearing protection with, as may your local hospital.
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As the product name says, this ear protection muffs have 34dB NRR protection ratio. It is solid, lightweight and compact for carrying in bags. It has padded head band which is perfect for long term wear without irritation.
Noise reduction is good but not exceptional.
This ear protection muffs come from the popular brand Peltor. Featuring proprietary 3M technology that reduces harmful gunshot noise while amplifying low-level sounds.
The Peltor Sport Tactical 100 Electronic Hearing Protector is ideal for both indoor and outdoor shooters and hunters.
Adaptive Frequency Response lessens background noise for clearer conversations and hearing of commands. These are electronic muffs.
Boots faster, fold up easily and have a good response time.
The intensity of the voices and noises is greatly reduced but you still hear everything and you can tell the direction of noise/voice coming from.
There are many avocations in life in which ear protection is needed to prevent damage to hearing – surely one of the most critical senses. In addition to ear protection, many of these jobs require the ability to hear and communicate with co-workers; therefore, the Bluetooth hearing protection has been invented. These are some of the best earmuffs which provide Bluetooth technology to any Bluetooth device that is connected to the earmuffs. This provides additional information on the different types of Bluetooth devices and a comparison of the features.
Fit Size and Design
While purchasing the hearing protectors, you need to pick those, that fit perfectly into your ears. If they don’t fit on the ears, they might fell off while you are working and can cause the disturbance. The design of the hearing protectors is another factor that you need to consider before buying them.
The factory workers might buy some monotonous sort of hearing protectors, but if you work at your backyard, with your chainsaw, then I recommend you to buy some stylish variety of hearing protectors that will make your appearance catchy and alluring.
DID YOU KNOW
The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) estimates that approximately 15% of Americans between the ages of 20 and 6(or 2million Americans) have hearing loss that may have been caused by exposure to noise at work or in leisure activities.
However as technology has progressed, earplugs are no longer just pieces of foam that you plug into your ear. High-end earplugs are made from modern materials like medical-grade polymer that is soft, durable, and long-lasting. If you are not a regular or serious shooter, the earplugs will be the best hearing protection for shooting as they are inexpensive and easy to use. Hunters will likely prefer earplugs to earmuffs as they are more convenient to wear out on the hunting grounds, while still providing some protection.
Passive Ear Muffs
If you are a regular shooter that wants better protection than what earplugs can provide, but do not necessarily want to invest in expensive electronic earmuffs, then passive earmuffs will the best hearing protection for shooting.
Electronic Ear Muffs
This allows you to able to hear regularly while you use them. You can hear warnings, conversation and more very clearly, When a noise above a certain decibel level is detected, the earmuffs will automatically reduce the noise.
They typically provide the best protection from loud noises, have volume adjustment, and some can be used as regular headphones with an audio jack. In the event that the batteries run dry, they can also function as regular passive ear muffs.
The one main drawback to electronic ear muffs is the high price. However, those who shoot on a very regular basis may find the investment well worth the money.
Now that you know of the benefits and drawbacks of each type of ear protection, you should follow these key factors when selecting the best ear protection for shooting in terms of your own practices and preferences.
Howard Leight Leightning L0F Super Slimline Earmuff
If you do not like the bulkiness of the 3M Peltor earmuffs, then these super slim earmuffs from Howard Leight might just be the best ear protection for shooting for you. They weigh considerably less than the 3M Peltor earmuffs and have an overall slim design. Of course the cost of that is that they have a lower NRR than the 3M Peltor, with an NRR of 2dB.
Similar to the 3M Peltor earmuffs, these earmuffs from Howard Leight offer excellent comfort so you can wear them for extended periods of time.
If you are a serious shooter and want the best ear protection for shooting out there, then you need to invest in a solid pair of electronic earmuffs. They definitely cost more than earplugs and passive earmuffs, but offer so much more in the form of the noise management technology that comes with it.
Howard Leight Impact Sport OD Electric Earmuff
Why do we say that? It has a NRR of 2dB and provides x amplification, which means it protects you against noises above 8dB while amplifying lower noise levels (such as the sounds from game or the voice of a person trying to talk to you). Combine this with its sleek design, these earmuffs are perfect to use with rifle stocks when out hunting.
It also comes with an auxiliary jack so that you can plug it into a MPplayer if you want to. If we were buying electronic earmuffs, these are what we would buy.
There will be different opinions on what the best ear protection for shooting is, however from the research conducted by leading medical institutions it is clear that when you go shooting, even for just a little bit, you need to consider what the best hearing protection for you will be.
Electronic Ear Protection
These are active ear muffs with advanced electronic technology.
This kind of protection reduces gun fire noise down to level not harmful to human ear. But in the same time you can hear every other noise around you.
Electronic ear muffs dampen only the noise that can be damaging to your ear. Best ear protection for shooting ear muffs also have feature to amplify sound. This will make you much more aware of your surroundings. Great benefit in all situations. Comes in handy for hunting or at the shooting range (increased safety).
Passive Ear Plugs
These are soft plugs that you place into the ear opening.
If you intend to shoot on a regular basis we recommend you electronic ear protection models or passive ear muffs.
Use passive ear plugs only when shooting with your gun occasionally for short amount of time or in combination with ear muffs.
Howard Leight R-0152Impact Sport Electronic Earmuff
The R-0152ear muff is one of the best electronic models on the market, largely due to the large number of features that come standard with each pair sold to consumers. An external audio jack makes it easy to hook up an MPplayer, smartphone, or even a tablet, so that shooting can be accompanied by the perfect playlist from start to finish. Despite this great way to supplement perfect silence with great music, the earmuffs also come with the ability to amplify low-decibel noises, like commands and conversation, making it easier to communicate without removing the earmuffs entirely.
Howard Leight R-0190Impact Pro Electronic Earmuff
Conversation noises and commands are amplified by these electronic earmuffs, while noises over 8decibels are precisely blocked. This allows for easy communication between two or more hobbyists, all while safeguarding against hearing loss, ear damage, or other injuries. To protect against unintentional battery drain that can eliminate the most useful features of the earmuffs, Howard Leight has paired this model with an automatic shut-off that engage four hours after the earmuffs were originally turned on. All told, the R-190offers great convenience and thoughtful features that will make them a no-brainer for most buyers.
Ergonomic ear plugs are designed to fit nicely inside the ear and lay flat on the outside. They’re usually made specifically for each ear and often times you will see them connected by a string or band of some kind. These are more designed to keep sound out in high decibel areas like factories.
Moldable ear plugs are probably the most popular because of their ability to be shaped. The one issue with these plugs is the material can be a little hard to soften in order to get them to fit inside your ear. Moldable plugs are frequently used in both aquatic and industrial settings.
Digital video tools get more powerful and easier to use every year, and that’s especially true when it comes to the video editing software that targets nonprofessional enthusiasts. Every year, new formats, new techniques, and new capabilities trickle down from professional-level software. That’s a good thing, because higher-quality video content produced by nonprofessionals is exploding in volume. Phones that record in 4K, DSLRs, 360-degree VR video cameras, and action cams that can capture motion-picture quality video all contribute to this explosion in video content. Given how cheap storage media is, the only limit on how much you can shoot is how tolerant your subjects are and how much time you have for both shooting and editing.
Video Editing 101
Of course, none of the extras matter if an app can’t do the most basic editing tasks. At this point, however, all of the products included here do a good job of letting you join, trim, and split video clips. They also let you make use of special effects such as animated transitions, picture-in-picture (PiP), chroma-key (the technique that lets you place a subject against any background, often known as green screening), and filters that enhance colors or apply creative effects and distortions. They also let you add a multitude of timeline tracks that can accommodate video clips, effects, audio, and text overlays.
Where the Action Is
Many video editing apps now include tools designed to please users of action cameras such as the GoPro HeroSilver. For example, several offer automated freeze-frame along with speedup, slowdown, and reverse time effects. CyberLink PowerDirector’s Action Camera Center pulls together freeze frame with stabilization, slo-mo, and fish-eye correction, and color correction for underwater footage. Magix Movie Edit Pro 201Premium includes the third-party NewBlue ActionCam Package of effects. And Wondershare Filmora lets you subscribe to new effect packs on an ongoing basis.
Free Video Editing Software
If you don’t want to invest a lot of money and effort into your video editing exploits, there are a few free options. Of course, if you use a Mac, the excellent iMovie comes with it. For PC users, Windows 10’s Photos app now lets you trim and draw on clips. In the upcoming Fall Creators Update, those capabilities will be supplemented with more features, including clip joining, and auto creation of movies with soundtracks.
There are also some free video apps on the Windows Store, including Movie Moments, PowerDirector Mobile, Movie Maker, and Magix Movie Edit Touch. Some of these are quite basic, but the Magix app is fairly capable, with clip joining, transitions, and effects, in a very touch-friendly interface.
Free video editing software often comes with legal and technical limitations, however. Some widely used codecs require licensing fees on the part of the software maker, meaning they can’t offer free software that can handle these standard file formats. That said, the impressive open-source Shotcut does a lot of the same things that the paid applications in this roundup do, including things like chroma-keying and picture-in-picture. Shotcut is completely open source and free, while another free option, Lightworks has paid options that remove a 720p output resolution limit. Note also that both Shotcut and Lightworks run on Linux as well as Windows and Mac.
We still live in the days of talkies, so you want to be able to edit the audio in your digital moves as well as the images. Most of the products included here offer canned background music, and many, such as Pinnacle Studio, can even tailor the soundtrack to the exact length of your movie. All of these programs can separate audio and video tracks, and most can clean up background noise and add environmental audio effects such as concert hall reverb. A couple of the products have recently added an auto-ducking feature, which lowers background music during dialog—a definite pro-level plus.
What’s Not Here
There are more video editing software applications than we can fit into this roundup of the best options, which includes only software rated three stars and above. The best known among them is probably Vegas Movie Studio, which was recently acquired by Magix from Sony. Sony’s product used a very cluttered interface that more resembled high-end professional video editing software from the early days of the craft. Magix has made some progress in simplifying it and bringing it up to par with the competition, but more work is needed for it to be included here. Another program, VSDC Video Editor Pro, simply has too outdated an interface, making common tasks difficult. There are a couple more interesting applications—NCH VideoPad and AVS Video Editor among them—that we simply haven’t tested yet, but plan to put through their paces later this year.
Using earplugs every night could cause earwax issues that could result in temporary hearing loss.
Recurring, extended earplug use can also lead to health issues. Everyone needs to consider what stuffing up their ears for a third of the day would mean to their ears. Using earplugs every night could cause earwax issues that could result in temporary hearing loss. For example, during sleep testing one of our testers inserted an earplug like normal, and ended up pushing enough wax to the back of his ear to block his hearing. This wasn’t the fault of the earplug design, per se (though it was long), but it is something that’s possible for many people. The fix for our tester was fairly simple: A doctor flushed out his ear with warm water. If you’ve never had this done, it’s unpleasant but not painful.
Oh, and if you’re thinking, “Well, I’ll just use Q-tips to clean my ears every night,” that’s bad too.
If the noise is outside your bedroom, Verma explained, you’re better off trying to seal the room instead of sealing your ears. Try installing weatherstripping on the windows and doors, adding heavy blackout curtains, blocking vents, and so on. Any place where air can get in, sound can, too. If you can’t seal out the noise, Verma recommended, look into a white noise machine to mask it.
A word on fit
To add another level of complexity, the earplugs need to be comfortable to sleep in. If you’re a back-sleeper, that’s easy. If you sleep on your side or stomach, the length of the earplug comes into play. Also, the earplug’s contact with your pillow may cause its own, very audible noise, which is something else to consider.
All that is to say, it’s impossible for us to choose one earplug and claim it will absolutely work for everyone. Such a product doesn’t, and probably can’t, exist.
How we picked and tested
After buying all the contenders, we went about testing. This process proved to be harder than we expected, since the existing criteria for testing earplugs are very limited in scope. The American National Standards Institute has established standards for measuring the noise attenuation that hearing-protection devices provide. Researchers make these measurements using tiny microphones inserted into actual humans’ ears. The earplugs then receive a Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) in decibels. The higher the number, the greater the noise attenuation. The greater the attenuation, the quieter the experience you’ll have. The NRR, however, is a technical rating rather than a reflection of what you’ll actually experience; it doesn’t directly tell you the amount of noise attenuation you’ll have. To get a better idea of the real-world noise reduction, you need to subtract from the NRR and then divide by Thus, for example, an earplug with an NRR of 3decibels actually attenuates noise by 1dB. This figure doesn’t tell you as much as you might think, though.
How they work
These ones closely offer the same natural frequency of a person’s ear. They reduce sound level by up to 15dB. At the same time, they help minimize frequency roll offs. By doing this, generic fit filtered ear plugs ensure that every song on the stage sounds the same, but quieter. Simply insert them in your ear before going on stage. One good example in this category is the ER-20 earplug offered by Etymotic Research Company.
It has one main demerit which due to its unsuitability to different sized ears. It may not fit in your ears comfortably thus it will be good if you try them on first before buying.
Foam Ear Plugs are made from PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) or PU (Polyurethane) to form a ‘memory foam’ which automatically expands when inserted in an ear canal until it fits completely. A good pair of foam earplugs will completely fill the ear canal offering a solid seal against external noise. If the fit is right, these are comfortable to wear for extensive periods, and they do not cause discomfort or pain. Generally, Foam ear plugs deliver a high NRR (Noise Reduction Ratio) in an environment. As each person’s ear shape is different, it is recommended to try and buy to experience maximum comfort and noise isolation with foam ear plugs. One of the most popular and widely used ear plugs, foam ear plugs come in different types and forms for various uses and levels of noise reduction such as – corded foam ear plugs, metal detectable foam plugs, no-roll foam ear protector, consumer foam earplugs and many more. The foam ear protector usually come in cases or boxes with one to fifty or more ear plugs included. Plus, they come in different sizes and are easily available over-the-counter for use. Once a person is familiar with the insertion and removal of foam ear plugs, they can be a useful addition to your hearing protection plans.
Foam ear protector have a high NRR (Noise Reduction Ratio) of 30 and above which is considered ample for blocking out noise from day-to-day external environments and situations.
They come in different shapes and sizes, thereby making it appropriate for use for every ear canal or ear shape. Based on the shape of an ear of a person, he/she can opt for the right fit for maximum comfort and noise canceling ear plugs.
Fly With Ease
Fliers who get afflicted with pain caused owing to the changes in air pressure levels as well as the noise of the plane can escape the problem by wearing the earplugs device. With specialist airplane earplugs, it is possible to reduce the flow of air to your inner ear; thus helping in the modulation of pressure changes and preventing the eardrum expansion.
First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.
Most important, have fun and choose your concert ear plugs wisely! Good luck!
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