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BEST EARPLUGS For Music
Earlove® advanced earplugs provide a high-fidelity listening experience with the use of technology from Etymotic Research, the pioneers of acoustic construction found in top-of-the-line earphones worn by musicians and audio professionals around the world. Unlike other non-custom earplugs that block the richness and quality of sound, music and conversations remain remarkably clear. Earlove®: the gold standard of hearing protection since 1991.
Earlove are FLAT RESPONSE Earplugs
Earlove®'s response curve above shows the true performance across all frequencies as compared to other non-custom earplugs. The relatively flat response and resonate peak are a performance trait that all high-fidelity earplugs have. Earplugs that are made for music will attenuate and match the acoustic response of the open ear. And remember, all frequencies can damage hearing. The frequency of the sound is less important than its decibel level and time of exposure.
Deficient attenuation of low frequencies renders an earplug unsuitable for use in many music venues, where bass-frequency levels often exceed safe listening levels.
Earlove Earplugs Hearing Protection
It was once believed hearing loss was a symptom of old age but that's no longer thought to be true. In fact, more young people suffer from noise-induced hearing loss than ever before. Musicians, live music enthusiasts, and people who are regularly in environments with high volume levels are at a greater risk.
Ringing in the ears is a sign of overexposure to loud sound. For some people, it becomes permanent and never goes away. What's more, a person may not realize damage has occurred since hearing loss is cumulative and often doesn't manifest until later in life.
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Sound levels go from useful to harmful very fast. Once exposed to dangerous sound (measured in decibels or dB), over a sustained period of time, your ears become over-loaded and permanent damage can occur. Look how quickly safety drops once you’ve crossed that threshold. Like blowing out a speaker, your ears can not withstand excessive volume for too long.
BE IN THE KNOW
Knowing which environments produce unsafe sound levels is the first step in educating yourself about how to preserve great hearing for the rest of your life. Activities like mowing your lawn, going to concerts, clubs and sporting events, and riding motorcycles all can reach levels that can harm your ability to hear.
Regular use of Earlove® earplugs can help prevent noise induced hearing loss and ringing in your ears by reducing the dB levels in those environments by approximately 20 dB. With multiple products to choose from, regular use of Earlove® is simple and enjoyable. The best part is that music sounds better with Earlove®, and prevents the post-show hearing hangover.
Noise Reduction Rating (NRR)
The EPA requires manufacturers to print a noise reduction rating (NRR) on all non-custom earplugs. The NRR for Earlove® is 12 dB, but actual clinical measurements of properly inserted Earlove® indicate that these earplugs provide almost equal sound reduction (20 dB) at all frequencies in real ears.
The required formula used to determine NRR includes an adjustment for individual variability and for those persons who do not wear ear protection as instructed. NRR is computed from laboratory data that are not representative of the values attained in the real world by actual Earlove® users.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) examines the risks associated with music exposure and provides recommendations to protect their hearing. PDF format
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