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Based on 3 Reviews
Reviewed On: 06/22/2015
I bought these to protect my ears: for when practicing the glockenspiel, for when my stand of second violins is immediately next to piccolo or trumpets, and for when I go to amplified music / dance events. I find these great for dropping the decibels and protecting my ears, while still allowing me to hear.
Yes | 382 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 08/31/2012
My 15-year daughter got a new viola which was louder than her old one. She was experiencing ear discomfort. I ordered these earplugs -- doubtful that she would wear them. She loves them! She said they are very comfortable, reducing the volume, but not muffling the sound. This is exactly how they were advertised. I am very happy with this purchase!
Yes | 440 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 08/09/2007
Ever been rotated to the back of a string section, head engulfed by the bell of a trombone or trumpet? One option is to spend hundreds of dollars seeing an ENT and having custom ear-plugs made. I went a different route and bought a pair of Hearos, which protect your ear drums from damaging decibel levels, but do not block out sound near-completely, as many foam and silicone ear-plugs do. As a result, playing "pp" is not nearly as nerve-wracking as with disposable ear-plugs. Also, I like taking these to non-Classical concerts because amplified music still feels inspiringly loud, but it's not damaging my hearing.
Yes | 582 people found this review helpful