Earasers Musicians Earplugs

$39.00

Earasers Musicians Earplugs are the perfect solution for ear protection. Whether you are a musician, music enthusiast, venue operator, or exposed to loud music, Earasers High Fidelity Earplugs allow you to hear clear at a safe comfortable...
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Earasers Musicians Earplugs - Small EARA-EARASER-S $39.00
Earasers Musicians Earplugs - Medium EARA-EARASER-M $39.00

Earasers Musicians Earplugs - Product Information

Earasers Musicians Earplugs are the perfect solution for ear protection. Whether you are a musician, music enthusiast, venue operator, or exposed to loud music, Earasers High Fidelity Earplugs allow you to hear clear at a safe comfortable level, as they don’t plug up your ears and muffle sound like conventional earplugs.

Choose the medium size for most teenagers and adults. Small size available for younger musicians.

  • Reduces up to 19dB of dangerous high frequency sounds
  • The world’s first flat frequency response earplug (+/- 4.5dB; 125Hz–8KHz)
  • Smart Seal™ technology ensures the perfect fit
  • Comfortable and reusable
  • No plugged up feeling
  • Made of silicone
  • Replaces custom earplugs

Tristan

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They work great. I wear them for marching band competitions.

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5.00

Could be harmful for drummers

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They do not attenuate evenly, as some of the comments have said. In the low frequencies, there's hardly any protection at all. Most sound energy from percussion is in the low frequencies. This company is an earmold lab trying to make bank off the ears of musicians and the music community. Ask any audiologist and they will tell you that Earasures are not for music and specifically, not enough protection for drummers. We use Earlove, by Etymotic, because it is owned by musicians musicians (DJ & a working percussionist/music educator). Stick with the affordable, tried and true.Since 1991, Earlove.net

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2.00

Great for Ensemble!

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These are absolutely excellent. They keep all clarity of sound and pitch, but block out excess volume very well. I never miss anything said to the ensemble while wearing them, even across a large rehearsal space. Perfect for ensemble or solo practicing.

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5.00

There's more to these plugs than the NRR

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Will K, we appreciate your in depth review and I am glad you found our Earasers really do sound great. Foam and muffs are definitely going to provide more protection. If fidelity is not important, they may be your best option. However, if you are looking for terrific sound and protection, don't let the NRR rating fool you. The NRR rating is a single digit measurement of the potential noise reduction meant to give consumers a quick reference to compare multiple products. The testing model was implemented back in the 70's and we believe ignores the actual sensitivity of human hearing. As a 48 year old hearing aid manufacturing company, we know that the human ear resonates and amplifies sounds between 1kHz and 6kHz. Since this is where our ears are most sensitive to noise, that is where we maximize the attenuation (up to 19dB). Outside that area where your ears are less sensitive, we reduce the attenuation, providing your ears with a true flat response. Your perceived volume reduction is only about 5dB, but we are removing up to 19dB in the most damaging frequencies. The true test is after a night of playing...if you don't experience ringing or feel like your head is in a bubble, then they have done their job. If you do experience either of these, contact us directly and we can fit you with a customized filter that provides additional protection. Also, if you are putting yourself in situations that require you to wear hearing protection, we strongly recommend getting an annual hearing test.

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5.00

sound great because only -5 DB protection

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These earplugs really do sound great, and feel good in the ears, but when you look at the fine print on the instructions in the box, the mean attenuation is only -5db (with up to -19 at higher frequencies to be fair), and they say there are not meant to be used where there are single large spikes in volume. The reason they sound so good is that they offer very little overall volume reduction! If you're playing truly high-decible music, all frequencies are harmful to the ear, and that -5 DB rating isn't going to do much for you, and drums tend to have those high spikes in volume. I plan to keep my pair in my arsenal for those occasions which aren't extremely loud, but where I could use a little extra hearing protection, like playing with acoustic jazz combos, orchestra situations where I'm not playing ff crashes, xylophone lessons and practice, etc. When I play amplified rock or with a drumline, I'll definitely continue pulling out the -25db musicians ear plugs or -33db foam Hearos for true hearing protection.

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3.00
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