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Vic Firth DB22 Isolation Headphones for Hearing Protection
- Non-electronic headphones
- Reduce overall noise levels by 25 decibels
- Ideal for practice
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|Item Dimensions||12.1 x 7.2 x 4.2 in||19 x 19 x 19 in||8.5 x 11.25 x 4.5 in||7 x 2 x 5 in||8.63 x 4.13 x 8.38 in||11 x 8 x 4 in|
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Non-electronic headphones which reduce overall noise levels by 25 decibels. Ideal for practice.
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what I need to hear for instruction. This comes with a price, so I have always had some ringing and a boxed in affect to my hearing
for at least a week or so after teaching a camp. This past week I bought the VF headphones and tried them out during one of my
band camp gigs and I am really pleased. I can't use them as I actually teach the students, but when they join the band inside for full
ensemble and the decibels exceed the threshold of pain, these babies do the trick. Today I stood right in front of an over zealous tuba
player and next to the rim shot happy snare line and I could only feel the music in my body and could barely hear the actual music.
(and that's a good thing!) So, moral of the story- teach the snare line using practice pads when playing inside and then wear the
VF headphones when the going gets tough. By the way, my wife tried them out and she may start using them to isolate her from
the soothing sounds of my snoring at night. So far so good from a construction and durability standpoint.
Update (2015-09-03): Based on Dan's review, I picked up a pair of 3M's Peltor X-Series Over-the-Head Earmuffs. Verdict: they're better in every way. They're just as good at attenuating sound, they're better made (no risk of eye-gouging!), and they're half as expensive. Save yourself some cash and grab the Peltors instead.