Pro Ears - Pro Tac Slim Gold - Military Grade Hearing Protection and Amplification - NRR 28 - Ear Muffs
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- Military grade dual circuit boards. Gold Connectors for high quality audiophile sound. Automatic shut off and Pro Form Leather ultra comfortable ears seals, and padded, adjustable headband. Amplifies sound more than 8x normal hearing.
- Weighs only 11.1 ounces. Fast attack time of 1.5 milliseconds. Includes 4 N size batteries and 3.5mm input jacks for i-pod and MP3 players. Battery life is 250 hours.
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Feels hefty/good quality - Overall the feel of the headphones (minus the strap, see below) feel very durable and of good construction. Some of my perception is derived from the heft, which may or may not be accurate. I'm not a scientist.
The knobs - Changing the volume is easy to do while using the product. They are large, slip-free, and dont seem to be in the way. I Like them.
Comfortable (except tight) - This product is comfortable (excepting the tightness, see below) in the sense that the material used to seal between your head and the plastic shell is pleasant and can be worn comfortably for hours.
The Head Band snaps on a whim - Here is the major weakness of this product. The quality of the head band is far far far below the quality of the rest of the product. Its as if they spent a bunch of R&D time and dollars on everything except the head band, for whatever reason, the team that was tasked with engineering and building the head band opted to outsource the material and engineering to Toys R Us and when they got the first prototype back they were like "yup, this is perfect! Go to production!"
Ear cup sealing rings are delicate - The material that I fawned over above (see Do Like > Comfortable, above) seems to have the durability qualities of a marshmallow. I grabbed these ear muffs off my chair, and the material caught on the underside lip of the back-rest on the chair, which caused it to tear. Sure, it wasn't designed to be used this way, but given the very low impact movement I would not expect it to cause a tear. Also, this part is not covered under the warranty.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very nice but I do recommend changing the jumper inside to boost the volume otherwise it sounds a bit tinny.Published 10 months ago by TJ
Have not had a chance to use them yet but everyone I have talked to say they are really great. So with that said I will write my first comments and update later. Read morePublished on July 7, 2012 by PipeFighter