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Old 12-02-2020, 09:01 PM
 
Location: California
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Hello, I have a hearing condition called hyperacusis and I've been looking for the best earplugs I can get. I avoid going out this time because I am a bit of a paranoid when it comes to getting COVID19. So... I just want to know if anyone here tried buying from this website? They are called Big Ear and they offer home service for molding your ears for custom hearing protection and then they'll mail the product within a few weeks. They also do have instructions for DIY molding where they'll send a molding kit then you'll mold your ears and send back the kit with the molds. Some of their products are really intriguing and of course, I'd love to know if anyone here tried their products yet.

[url]https://www.bigearinc.com/how-to-choose-the-best-ear-plugs/[/url]

Any other recommendation?

[url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCE5L_Go7nU[/url]
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Old 12-02-2020, 11:16 PM
 
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5. Decibullz Custom Molded Percussive Filters
I use these for shooting all thetime

Price: $69.99
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Pros:
  • Noise reduction rating of 31 dB if properly molded
  • Easily and quickly shaped by the user to the exact shape of their ears - just heat and shape!
  • Percussive filters are designed to block out loud percussive noises while still allowing ambient noise to pass through
  • ANSI IPIL certified up to 166 dB.
  • Unlike electronic hearing protection these ear pieces retain sound directionality and spatiality
  • Filters also allow air to enter the ear decreasing ear canal irritation
  • No batteries required
  • Easily fit under communications headsets and earmuffs.

Cons:
  • No Bluetooth or auxillary compatibility
  • No volume controls
  • No sound amplification capabilities
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