Musician Hearing Protection
One way to reduce hearing damage is by paying attention to noise levels and realizing when they are too high. According to the United States Safety and Health Standards, workers should not be exposed to more than 90 dB over a period of eight hours. Most audiologists would like to see that standard modified to 85 dB. If you work in a noisy environment, check out the decibel level you are being exposed to and take the proper precautions. Have your hearing evaluated at least once a year by an Audiologist. Turn down the volume, or remove yourself from the noise area when possible. Give your ears a rest for 24 hours after exposure to dangerous levels of noise, and get yourself some hearing protection.
We offer a variety of ear protection devices are available today. They range from foam variety to rubber, silicone, and wax. They’re all affordable, comfortable, disposable, and provide important help in reducing the dangers of exposure to excessive levels of noise.
- Musician Hearing Protection- Designed for musicians or concert attendees who need to hear accurately in noisy environements. Also recommended for music teachers, DJs, bartenders, and dentists. Available with 9, 15, and 25 dB filters for sound attenuation.
- Musician Monitors- Custom made monitors help to eliminate feedback, lower onstage noise levels and reduce vocal fatigue.
- Custom Ear Phones- Earphones offer unequaled sound quality, response and reliability, with the fit and comfort that only custom-molded earpieces can provide.