Vic Firth VICEARPLUG High-Fidelity Hearing Protection Regular Size
- VICEARPLUG High-Fidelity Hearing Protection Regular Size
- These High-Fidelity Earplugs from Vic Firth were designed to replicate the natural response of the ear canal so that sound is reproduced exactly as the ear would hear it, only quieter
- Clarity of speech and richness of music are preserved rather than muffled
- NRR is a value derived by mathematical formula that underestimates the effectiveness of flat attenuation earplugs
- These earplugs have an NRR rating of 12 decibels
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VICEARPLUG High-Fidelity Hearing Protection Regular Size. These High-Fidelity Earplugs from Vic Firth were designed to replicate the natural response of the ear canal so that sound is reproduced exactly as the ear would hear it, only quieter. Clarity of speech and richness of music are preserved rather than muffled. NRR is a value derived by mathematical formula that underestimates the effectiveness of flat attenuation earplugs. These earplugs have an NRR rating of 12 decibels. For musical applications, they are rated at ER20 so you can expect approximatley 20 dB of sound reduction across all frequencies in the real world. Heavy-duty neck cord and carrying case included.
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I just got my new Sonor kit and have tried several different ear protectors in the last couple of weeks. My Bose sound canceling ear buds do a great job, but are often overwhelmed by the close proximity of cymbals and distort. They also cancel out the guts the of the sound. My grandson's old Beats Studio noise canceling muffs seem to do a good job and remove just the right amount of volume, but alas, the crackling short in the cable was annoying. I bought some tricked out ear plugs on Amazon which were cheap, but they blocked too much sound and were really hard to get inserted correctly. Then, because of their small size, required tweezers to remove. Note: my fingers are old and fat so I can’t really blame the design. I also purchased a set of plugs at a local home improvement store. They were really hard to get seated in the ear canal comfortably.
But these Vic Firth ear plugs seem to have been well thought out. They're easy to insert, but do require a little tweaking to get them positioned so they fill the ear canal. When they do, they take just enough edge off the sound to make playing a pleasure. I don’t notice them while they're in so they must be reasonably comfortable. The lanyard is also a nice touch so you won’t lose them. I just hang them on my floor Tom leg when I’m done playing. They're reasonably cheap, comfortable, and do what they are supposed to do. What’s not to like?
She says they work and and hasn't lost them yet thanks to the little case with chain it comes with. Definitely recommend. Won't regret it.
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Only bad thing was that they came 3 days later From the date they were meant to ..