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Alpine MusicSafe Pro Filter Ear Plugs for Musicians - White
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- Prevents hearing loss and a ring in your ears
- Only earplugs with three exchangeable acoustic filter sets
- The sound quality of the music remains preserved
- The earplugs are very comfortable to wear and are hardly visible in the ear
- With handy storage box that can be personalized
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As a musician and DJ, you face significant risk of hearing damage as you're often in an environment with loud music. Hearing loss has a direct impact on the performance of your profession or passion because your hearing is the most essential gear. Good hearing is essential and properly protecting your hearing is important during rehearsals, performances and concerts. Our luxury model MusicSafe Pro has been specifically developed for performers. In sales, it can be used perfectly in combination with the MusicSafe Classic, the entry-level model.AlpineAcousticFilters - music quality remains preserved
MusicSafe Pro is the only hearing protection for musicians with three exchangeable filter sets with low, medium and high protection rates. These AlpineAcousticFilters guarantee an optimal protection without loss of clarity. Depending on the instrument you are playing, your position on the stage or the kind of music you are playing, you can always chose the protection that suits you most. MusicSafe Pro earplugs are an open system, so that one has no feeling of isolation. This allows for optimal performance.AlpineThermoShape material - extremely comfortable, perfect fit
The MusicSafe Pro earplugs are produced from very soft, flexible and durable AlpineThermoShape material. Due to the warmth of the ear it adapts to the shape of the auditory duct. Therefore, MusicSafe Pro is very comfortable to wear.
2 x MusicSafePro AlpineThermoShape earplugs
2 x white AlpineAcousticFilter
2 x silver AlpineAcousticFilter
2 x gold AlpineAcousticFilter
1 x storage and travel box
Top Customer Reviews
When they arrived I was very impressed with the 'bonus' ear-plug you get - it's nice that they recognise how easy it is to brush one off a stand and lose it forever, especially if you're a dopey musician! The filters themselves are a bit fiddly to put in, and there's definitely a knack to it: remember not to squeeze the plug too much as you're putting them in otherwise they won't go all the way.
Once the plugs are in your ear though, wow! Amazing clarity of sound yet at a reduced level. I was worried I'd have to take them out when playing quiet unison sections with the woodwind, but I can still hear everything perfectly clearly with them in. And then when things get loud (cacophonous tam-tam or cymbal rolls especially) they take enough edge off the top-end to preserve your precious hearing. Also other percussionists will be pleased to know that with the pronounced middle-high frequency roll off, you can hear fundamental notes a lot more clearly, which is great for tuning timps (or hearing how badly out of tune your glock is!)
The little carry case they come in is a nice touch, don't know if I'll be attaching it to my keyring anytime soon, but I'm sure some may find it useful!
So to sum up, I would heartily recommend these to everyone thinking of buying ear plugs.Read more ›
The higher frequencies sustained by riding a crash cymbal together with accent crashes causes fatigue and probably ear damage. I have also found that my perception of the overall mix has improved as the sound I am now hearing is more representative of what the audience is hearing about 50 feet away.
Full instructions ARE included together with excellent packaging and an applicator tool (which I don't really need)
The plugs come with a dinky key ring container (nice touch), presentation box and a selection of attenuation filters - I am currently happy with white - if you fancy yourself as Dave Grohl - you might need gold - these are all included. I keep the presentation box in my drum tech's tool box and the key ring goes in my stick bag which sits around my floor tom. That way I'll never miss them.
A spare plug is also thrown in as a bonus and this is more than reasonable. My day job is in construction and I sometimes wear ear plugs during site visits. Construction PPE plugs are a world away from the Alpine products. Construction earplugs block almost everything and is probably akin to deafness. The Alpine plugs allow the important frequencies through and selectively attenuate the damaging ones.
I am now enjoying my gigs more and feel content that my hearing is protected for ever.
Yes; there are cheaper ones and there probably better ones out there too but at this price its a great investment.
The only difference between the two is that the music package has one more filter (three in total). The additional filter that the music package contains achieves the least dB reduction (I don't use it at all).
The moto package has two filters which are identical (!) in specs (ie same dB reduction in the various listed frequencies) with those of the music package. That was quite surprising because after reading the brochure I was left with the impression that the Music filters are specifically made for musicians as they are supposed to not block all the high frequencies as a normal ear plug would do whereas the Moto filters are supposed to allow the lower frequencies of the motor. In the end, they are exactly the same. So there goes my impression that the first are specifically made for musicians and the second for motorists. That is marketing I guess...
Frankly, it seems to me that the filters are just a piece of plastic with a hole in the middle. So much for the hi-tech I was expecting...
The overall quality of the earplugs is ok. Since I bought them, I use them.
I'm not a musician. I have just been studying the piano for about six years. I use interchangeably the two filters that reduce the most dB. This is much better than using traditional earplugs that tend to blur the sound a lot. The earplugs fit comfortably in my ears and don't hurt even after four hours of playing.
For motorcycle use, I mainly use foam earplugs. They are much more powerful in dB reduction. I use the Alpine ones whenever I can't clean my hands to use the foam ones.
The included carrying case for the earplugs is useful.
Overall, an okay but expensive product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They protect your ears which is the main thing but you definitely lose a lot of high frequencies which I find off putting during band practice as my awesome snare sounds lame when... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Dragline
I can actually enjoy clubbing now with these. They protect my ears and allow me to enjoy music properly while in a club.Published 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great earplugs.. Only downside is that they only come with a pair of each quality protection (ie. pair of bronze, silver and gold). I lost an earplug at the weekend. Read morePublished 6 days ago by JW
Can't say i'm happy with earplugs, iv'e tried all the filters & they all make me feel disconnected from the band, the nearest iv'e got so far is wearing them without any filters at... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Brian Robinson
5 stars for the ear plugs. They're really great and bring the noise level of loud music down perfectly.
However, I have to give the carrying case 1 star. Read more
Great, they work perfectly, and the filter option feature makes them the one to go toPublished 23 days ago by Dem