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Musician Earplugs

Wearing earplugs can be a bit uncomfortable for some. To help with this issue we offer a range of high quality custom fit ear plugs. These ear plugs are made by casting a mold of your ear formation.

Once this has been done a set of custom ear plugs will be created from the mold. The advantage of such a process is the ear plugs will be a perfect fit and therefore offer optimal comfort. These types of ear plugs are ideal for professionals who are required to wear ear plugs as part of their livelihood. In particular, musicians would really benefit from this service. For serious musicians we offer a range where in high pitch noises are actually greatly reduced. 

If you suffer from Tinnitus then you may also want to consider a pair of custom ear plugs. Anyone who suffers from this condition is more than fully aware of the pain and discomfort caused by the condition. To help counteract this a pair of high quality earplugs has been proven to greatly ease the discomfort of tinnitus. 

We understand customers may wish to discuss the benefits of buying a pair of custom earplugs further before buying. If so please do not hesitate in contacting us, we are more than happy to help if we can.

Advantages for musicians when wearing correct earplugs

  • Reduces sound levels evenly so that music and speech are clear and natural, not muffled as with other earplugs
  • Reduces risk of hearing damage for many noisy occupations and noisy venues, such as airshows, parades, athletic events and motor sports
  • Enhances the music experience for audiences while protecting hearing
  • Lets musicians hear their own instrument and their blend with others


Musician Earplus FAQ


What's wrong with conventional earplugs?


They muffle speech and music. Conventional earplugs reduce sound more in the high frequencies than in the low and mid frequencies, which makes music and voices unclear and unnatural. Deeply-inserted foam earplugs not only muffle the sound, but can provide 30-40 dB of sound reduction when only a small amount is needed.


How much protection do people need?


It is as important to protect your ears from loud sounds as it is to protect your skin from over exposure to harmful UV rays from the sun. Repeated exposure to sun is harmful to the skin and repeated exposure to loud sounds can cause hearing loss and tinnitus (ringing in the ears). Some persons are more susceptible to hearing loss from high-level sound than others. Even if a temporary loss recovers, there is a risk that repeated exposure to loud noise will result in permanent hearing loss. We now know that hearing loss is cumulative over our lifetime.


How much noise is too much?


Noise-induced hearing loss from excessive exposure to high-level sound is a function of sound intensity and the duration of sound. Some persons are more susceptible to hearing loss from loud sound than others.