3M™ Peltor™ WorkTunes™ 26 Digital Radio Hearing Protector WTD2600 helps reduce exposure to loud noises in the workplace while providing listening enjoyment to radio or a personal entertainment device such as an MP3 player. It has a built-in AM/FM radio, allowing the wearer to listen to music, sports or talk radio. A channel seek and scan function finds radio stations quickly, while preset/memory buttons allow selecting up to 10 favorite stations. This hearing protection headset also comes with a cord and a 3.5mm jack for audio input from MP3 players, iPods and other common electronics.
Combines hearing protection with comfort Compatible with a wide variety of popular electronics
With a Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) of 26 decibels, these hearing protectors provide relief in environments with high noise levels. Wide, liquid/foam filled earmuff cushions fit gently without creating pressure points around the ears or on the face. Proprietary stainless steel spring arms adjust to the comfort and size needs of individual users. Made with a combination of foam, plastic and metal, the headset is lightweight for comfort that allows all-day wear. These hearing protectors are commonly worn in the following industries: agriculture, automotive, aviation, chemicals, construction, first responder, healthcare manufacturing, mining, oil and gas, and transportation.
Combining hearing protection with entertainment, this headset offers a Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) of 26dB for use in high noise environments and connects to devices with a compatible 3.5mm jack. This hearing protection headset is compatible with:
- Personal entertainment devices: MP3 players, iPods and iPhones, Sansa, Sandisk, Coby, Archos, Sony, Creative, and Sylvania.
- Computers: All laptops, notebooks, and desktops.
- Tablets: Kindle Fire, iPad, Motorola Zoom, Android, HP Touchpad, Blackberry Playbook, Asus EEE Pad, Acer Iconia, Toshiba Thrive, Coby Kyros, Viewsonic, Sony, Vizio, Archos, Dell, T-Mobile, and other tablets.
- eReaders: Kindle and others.
The importance of hearing protection
Exposure to loud noises can adversely affect the ability to hear over time. Wearing proper hearing protection devices can help in reducing the harmful effects of noise. Sounds levels are expressed in decibels, often abbreviated as dB. Higher decibel numbers indicate louder sounds. Typical decibel levels associated with common sounds include: outdoors with no people or traffic 20 dB, normal conversation 60 dB, power lawn mower 90 dB, chain saw 110 dB, and 12-gauge shotgun 165 dB. The hearing protector NRR can be used to evaluate different hearing protection options. However, the actual level of protection varies depending on fit, wearing time and other factors.
About 3M Company
For more than a century, 3M has applied innovation and technology to improving our customers’ lives and supporting their business goals. Today the company, from its headquarters in St. Paul, Minnesota, serves industrial and commercial customers and consumers in nearly 200 countries. Occupational Health and Environmental Safety products, focused on worker safety, include respirators, hearing-protection products, air-monitoring devices, environmental-safety products, and comprehensive training programs. The 3M brand, across thousands of products, represents consistency, superior quality, and value.