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Hearos Earplugs High Fidelity Series with Free Case, 1 Pair
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- Musician's favorite ear plug - hear all the highs and low.
- Original size. 1 pair plus the new HEAROS Pop case
- Protects up to 20 decibels, NRR is 12 decibels. Ear plugs provide flat attenuation of sound waves
- Reusable, washable plus comes with free case. Keep your HEAROS close at concerts and jam sessions
- Super soft, triple flange design with tuned resonator
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I play the trumpet in several bands and when I get stuck in front of the percussion section (particularly snare drums), earplugs are a necessity. I own a half dozen types of plugs, and they all block the sound, but they also muffle and distort it. These plugs simply lower the volume with a minimum of the muffling effect, so they are perfect for musicians in loud groups. Very comfortable, quick & easy to insert or remove.
They also seem perfect for concerts. For example, when Arturo Sandavol, the trumpet virtuoso, appeared locally, he used what must have been a 10,000 watt sound system. These ear plugs allow you to enjoy the music when a clueless sound engineer turns the volume three clicks past painful.
Note: Etymotic Research ER20BP High Fidelity Ear Plugs and Hearos High Fidelity Ear Filters are virtually identical, other than color variations.
Previously I had been using a Vic Firth Isolation headset while the others used nothing.
I can certainly hear more clearly than with the straight dB drop the headphones provide, can clearly hear the guitar and vocals without to much mudding of the sound.
The guitarists don't care for them though. They have a difficult time distinguishing the actual note they are playing. Our bass player uses them off and on dependent on the song and the level of accuracy he needs to hear.
I would recommend trying them as they are relatively inexpensive compared to a custom tuned and fit application from an audiologist.
If you are a drummer they will be more benefit to you than if you are guitar/keyboard/bass player from our joint experience.
The plugs do take a little practice to get to fit comfortably, especially for someone not used to using earplugs. The plastic insertion cone is layered to give three levels of sound reduction. This affects both the level of the seal from the outside sounds along with the depth of insertion.
I always remember to take these plugs to live concerts. It allows me to enjoy nearly the full range of musical tones without getting a headache from the excessively loud volumes.
The fidelity was almost perfect: the music came in through very clear, and you are able to get all of it (highs and lows) without having your ears blasted out by the volume. Hearing and speaking to people is almost perfect, although sometimes you might need to have them get closer (it might also be that I'm not used to talking with people over incredibly loud club music).
The day after, I am incredibly glad I had these ear plugs. It's not worth stunting my hearing and having other side effects just to have a night out at a club.
The rubber and plastic construction seems like it would be no problem to clean them and use them whenever needed. The carrying case is almost useless, since it is really hard to close correctly. If you are able to make the case work (you have to bend up the plastic flap on the bottom part of the case before closing, and then bend it back to normal to "lock" the case) then it's nice to keep in your pocket. Otherwise I would just get a small plastic bag or some other container that shuts securely. Do not hang the case from your key chain, since it will most likely pop open and you will lose your ear plugs, or the little plastic loop might break and you will lose the case entirely.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My husband has had his own pair of Hearos high fidelity earplugs for a couple of years now. He has ringing his his ears, and these earplugs are a must when in certain situations. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jean Smith
stick out a bit far. but they work well. I wore them for a 96 hr music festival and my ears were fine.Published 3 days ago by nestor de la Cruz-Munoz
These earplugs are a must for anytime you are going to be exposed to high sound levels. The compact case allows you to carry them with you safely, and they really work well. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Trumpetplayerguy
As a vocalist, singing in a hall with no other noise, I can still hear the room acoustics. The fact that I can still hear the room, albeit much softer, is pretty amazing to... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Fredric
Fit comfortably in my ear and provide a nice level of noise reduction with minimal muffling. Good for drummers.Published 21 days ago by Andrii
I disassembled these and used them as ear buds for my SE425 headphones. They are smaller than the white ones that come with it and they feel the best out of all of the supplied... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Edward Churchill
need some serious ear plugs for doing band photography and I stand near the speakers ... this is not the one for me. maybe more for general turn down the noise. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jo
These are great. They let in just enough ambient sound to have a conversation. I have tinnitus in one ear from diving and I simply cannot tolerate the screeching that takes place... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Warren Harris