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If you are a musician or regular clubber you need better than these,
This review is from: ER20 Musicians Earplugs (Personal Care)
These earplugs are good for the casual clubber or part time musician, but if like me you are in environments higher than 100db on a weekly basis, then you need stronger earplugs. The SNR rating of these is 12db, but they can offer up to 20db at certain frequencies depending on fit and correct usage. I used to use these all the time, but unfortunately I sustained serious hearing impairment and have had to upgrade to custom moulded plugs. My damage happened whilst wearing the ER-20. Do not be complacent if you are around loud sound regularly. Shell out for the professional earplugs......its worth it.
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Initial post: 4 May 2011 20:07:36 BDT
David Matthew Gray says:
Excellent point. I own ACS custom monitors for stage work, so all that I need is something which would dampen the noise of the DJ set while we pack down. While I've been using my monitors as earplugs, I dislike doing so, because I can't hear anybody. Thus, these would suffice for the half an hour of exposure that I'd receive--moulded earplugs would be overkill for me.
I worry for one of the sax players, as he uses these with a wireless microphone. He has Shures, but since he can't connect them to his receiver, then he can't use them.
Posted on 26 May 2013 15:47:10 BDT
D. S. Khor says:
Which ear plugs would you suggest then for something more professional?
In reply to an earlier post on 7 Apr 2014 14:13:54 BDT
M Robertson says:
I would like to know too - as a guitarist playing you give love a bad name with keys and drums all blaruing too what do I need, where to do you get it from - customer mouldings etc you cant mail order
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