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ACS ACS-ER20 Hearing Protectors
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- Reduces volume without spoiling your enjoyment of music.
- Using er20s allows you to be exposed to noise levels for longer periods, reducing the chance of permanent hearing damage.
- For aircraft crew, industrial use, concert & festival goers, motorsport drivers & spectators, motorcyclists, musicians, night club staff & djs.
- A comfortable & re-useable way to protect your hearing at a very low cost.
- Average noise reduction of 19db.
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ACS Elacin Hi Fidelity ER-20 Earplugs are ideal hearing protectors. Enjoy the sounds you want to hear and stop the ones that cause damage. Your hearing provides you with the ability to listen to a massive range of different sounds. Hearing is one of our most important senses and we all take it for granted until something goes wrong. Imagine if that ringing doesn't go away, or if you cant hear parts of music and speech that you know are there! Listening at high volumes can damage your hearing permanently, but wearing regular earplugs kills the music and isolates you from what's going on around you. (You'll know if you've tried them, which is, after all, why you don't want to wear them). ER20 Ear Plugs are different - They'll protect your hearing without spoiling your enjoyment of music and reduce the risk of serious hearing damage later on. They use a patented, revolutionary filter system that drops the volume but retains all the fidelity and keeps you in the mix. They are ideal for use in most situations where noise is dangerous. ACS ER-20's Music EarPlugs are re-useable hearing protectors that protect the ear against excessive ambient noise. Due to the special filter, the fidelity of the original sound remains and speech intelligility is hardly affected. In the workplace when sounds reach a level of 85dB(A), it's the law for employers to provide hearing protection. Outside of work, it's down to you! Specifications: Elacin Earplugs for Musicians Complete with black cordAttenuation Level: 20db (Flat Attenuation) Apx Lifetime: 6 MonthsConforms to EN352-2
1 x ACS ER-20 Hearing Protectors; 1 x Protective carry case
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Just a little note to say that the Etymotic ER-20s plugs and the Elacin ER-20s are both exactly the same made by the same people. so buy the ones that are cheapest!
I have ME and have noise sensitivity. I also like going to see live bands so these are ideal. They come in a nice little case that can be attached to keys or just kept in a handbag/pocket and are very discreet. They are clear so you have to really look to notice you are wearing them.
I wore them to see Iron Maiden at the O2 in London, twice, so they were throughly sound tested. I've always worn earplugs to gigs as quite frankly I want to preserve my hearing. I bought these earplugs as a replacement for basic sponge earplugs and with these I found the sound far more enhanced. The sound overall was just quieter than without earplugs,there was very clear definition, all the sound was audible, vocals and all, no underwater feeling and best of all, when I took them out after the shows, no ringing or reverberation at all.
Definitely a step up from spongey ones, even when I was singing along they didn't move or budge or leak sound in. They do stick out from the ears a little bit so maybe not the best if you're in the moshpit but as I'm ususally in the seats, (I'm short too and I like to see), it's not a problem.
A tip for other violinists considering this product: It turns out that with the violin you get a lot of low to mid frequency sound transmitted through your chin, which results in a very un-natural sound with the earplugs. This is largely solved by putting a 3 mm foam pad under my chin (on top of my chinrest) to reduce vibrations transmitting this way. With the foam pad, I do still notice that the very high overtones are reduced by more than the fundamental note itself - the violin does not sound quite as brilliant as without.
Unlike the spongy types you use for sleeping these plugs fit deep inside your ears, which does feel a little weird at first but you soon get used to them and forget they're there. Meanwhile you can hear the gig perfectly and - as a bonus - anyone speaking to you nearby too without them having to shout!
Just make sure you don't remove them until you are well outside the venue as the sound of hundreds of people simply talking to each other in a concert hall is very loud and painful to your ears after having them protected for so long!
the little pouch is very handy too and is attached to my key ring so I never forget them.
Comfortable to wear, long-lasting, with a handy cord keeping them together and allowing one to wear them around one's neck when not in use, they are very practical and, in my experience and for my purposes, do the job very well. One can adjust the degree of sound level reduction by varying how deeply in ones ears the plugs sit.
Pardon the graphic detail, but I think it's worth knowing this: I lubricate the plugs very slightly with a little moisture from my mouth (applied with the fingers!), to ease them in and out more comfortably. They will discolour with time, and eventually the wear and tear results in the flexible rubber 'cups' falling off (but this is after years of daily use), but they are cheap enough to replace regularly, and can be easily disassembled (the business-end unplugs from the cord) and regularly cleaned.
A brilliant highly effective and affordable product, and an essential tool for protecting your precious hearing, especially if you can't see your way to spending £150 + on 'bespoke' earplugs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Decent earplugs, they reduce volume slightly but everything is still clear. Stop's my ears ringing after a night in front of a big sound system. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Tom Corney
Just the absolute business for driving an open top car (Caterham) bought 2 pairs this time!Published 1 month ago by dalongbloke
Perfect for gigging and practicing, maybe not stroung enough fpr drummers but as a bassist these are perfect with a snug fit.Published 1 month ago by Ross McEwan
What?! I can't hear you, i'm wearing earplugs! What was that?
I wear these when i visit my sister and her two kids.
I use them for any loud noise cos I have a balance disorder and loud noises worsen my symptoms, so they help by muting loud noises, but still allowing me to be able to hear for my... Read morePublished 1 month ago by h.boz
Poor noise reduction, not as effective or comfortable as the similar type from Howard Leight.Published 1 month ago by Antoinette Ni Bhuadhachain
I cover a lot of live music, these arrived to me the day before I was due to cover an all day metal festival at a local charity youth community centre. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mike