Alpine Hearing Protection MusicSafe Classic Earplugs for Musicians
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- Europe's #1 Hearing Protection for Musicians
- Special music filters offering outstanding sound quality
- Very comfortable, compact, and hardly visible in the ear
- Contains 2 filters and 1 pair of earplugs.
- Hygenic storage and travel box ensures that the earplugs are protected and always carried with you
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Top Customer Reviews
I choose these because they are, compared to the other earplugs they are:
2. easy to use
3. cheap enough to lose
4. adjustable-multiple filters, which is nice, depending on the app, I can go hi/low attenuation
5. superior in sound to all the others I have tried.
The bottom line is that I prefer these in every aspect to the other stuff on the market. I recommend them highly.
These have really great attenuation, and make playing my drums much more fulfilling. I can tell how hard the crash is hitting, and just how rough the China is because I can actually hear all the high notes that foam plugs drown out. I have also used these at several concerts, and as most people who have ever used good earplugs at concerts know, the music sounds so much better than with foamies OR with nothing at all. (Standing 30 feet from John Paul Jones while Josh Homme and Dave Grohl were wailing at Them Crooked Vultures sounded amazing!!!!)
I have had these plugs for about two years, and they were just starting to get kind of icky (you can only clean these things of ear wax so many times) when my dog decided to eat one, so I am buying another pack to have on hand. I know they are a bit more than some other options, but if you have smaller ear canals, or find the pressure of the stiffer Etymotic stuff painful, give these a try!
These ear plugs are extremely comfortable, even for small ear canals. I have a big ear canals, and these fit perfectly. My girlfriend has very small ear canals and with a simple adjusment (instructions inside), these plugs will fit perfectly.
-Really easy to use (and remove)
-Extremeley comfortable. You forget you are wearing them. These are way more confotable than the Etys because of the material and because they don't need to go very deep into the ear canal.
-Great attenuation of the noise, without losing quality (others tend to mute the mid and higher notes too much)
-Interchangeable filters, wich is great because you can choose acording to your needs. I use mostly the silver filter for concerts, and the gold for really noisy clubs and other concerts.
-Music filters are an open system. This does make the difference in confort and attenuation.
-Let me know...
Try not to loose the insertion tool. It's hard to get good fit without it.
-- The sound filter at the back of each Alpine earplug is simple; it contains a tiny hole that allows some sound to come in from outside. The earplugs come with a second pair of sound filters that provide more volume reduction; each of those filters contains an even tinier hole. The filters for moderate volume reduction are made of grayish plastic, while the filters for more volume reduction are made of gold-tinted plastic. The tiny hole in each grayish Alpine filter allows enough airflow that slowly inserting or removing the filters does not cause much pressure on my eardrums. The hole appears to reduce humidity buildup in my ear canal, but a slight amount of humidity buildup still occurs when I am sleeping, and more occurs if I am walking or bicycling slowly.
-- For sound reduction, the Etymotics earplugs use a circuitous air path with a significantly larger cross-sectional area than the Alpines, so the Etymotics probably allow even more air exchange.
Insertion and carrying:
-- The Alpine earplugs come with an insertion device, but I don't have to use it; I just grip the "tail" of each earplug with the tip of my thumb and index finger. The earplugs flex in the middle, so after you start inserting one, in effect you are steering the front end of the sound filter, and only indirectly steering the front end of the earplug. With the insertion device, less care is required to get the earplug oriented straight into the ear canal. I avoid placing a finger flat on the back of the sound filter, to avoid air pressure against my eardrum. A person having long fingernails or big fingers might need something like the insertion device. The insertion device is quite simple, basically a tube like a pen barrel.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very effective, love the travel case, super comfortable for clubs, concerts, loud events.Published 4 days ago by Armando D
I have really wide ear canals but short length. It's really hard to get a fit at all. I just bought some highly reviewed earplugs two days before. Read morePublished 1 month ago by onehundredyearsold
Keep looking. I have no idea why people like these. Hardly any help at all.Published 1 month ago by Woodlandsman
The earplugs are great but the case is half the value, and a third of the ones I've bought had a defective case that opens and causes you to lose the plugs. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joseph R. Kennedy
These hearing protectors are amazing! I used foam plugs for years every time I went to a nightclub or concert to protect my hearing. I wish I had found out about do you sooner. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bradley
Finally had a chance to use these at a Metal concert. Highly recommend them! They saved my hearing and I didn't enjoy the concert any less.Published 1 month ago by A. Miller
Love having these on my keychain so they are always there when I need them.Published 1 month ago by nick cucci