Custom Noise Plugs

The best way to protect your hearing and prevent noise-induce hearing loss is by using appropriate hearing protection or ear plugs.  Often times disposable foam ear plugs are not inserted in the ear correctly, causing them to become ineffective at preventing noise damage.  A custom fitted ear plug provides you with the best hearing protection, super comfort and durability.

 Hunting ear plugs

Hunters plugs

The typical noise rating of a gun shot is 140 dB (louder than a jet engine) and can cause permanent hearing loss.  Hunter or shooter's custom plugs are designed for hunting environments where a low number of shots are fired. It utilizes small acoustic filters that close when a shot if fired, and a low NRR of 4 dB which allows for awareness of game and tracking dog sounds, as well as easier communication with hunting/shooting partners.

 
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Digital Shooters plugs

Hunters, law enforcement officials and gun enthusiasts are at risk for noise damage every time they pull the trigger.  These plugs are made specifically for shooting sports and high impact noise situations. Exceptionally accurate and lightning fast, custom noise plugs with digital circuitry delivers unsurpassed amplification for situational awareness and appropriate noise attenuation when you pull the trigger.

 musician ear plugs

Musician's Plugs

Musician's noise plugs are an ideal hearing protector for musicians, band members, or concert/nightclub attendees.  They are also useful to anyone who needs to hear accurately in high-noise environments, such as DJs, bartenders, or nightclub bouncers. An interchangeable flat attenuation filter allows the wearer to hear sounds accurately, but at reduced volumes. Can be ordered with a choice of 9, 15, or 25 dB Etymotic Research® filters. 

industrial noise plugs

Solid custom noise plugs offer the maximum amount of hearing protection available and are optimal for high-noise environments with an average attenuation of 37-40 dB. These are available in multiple sizes and lower profiles as well.

 motorsport ear plugs

motorsport plugs

Prolonged exposure to motorcycle or recreational vehicle noise levels can be very damaging, especially during motorcycle racing or car racing.  These plugs are designed with a hollow canal for under helmet use to reduce wind noise. They are comfortable and easy to remove. 

 
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Filtered plugs

Compact, with a low-profile and interchangeable filters, filtered noise plugs have four levels of attenuation (or noise suppression) that are ideal for on-stage, concerts, travel or sporting events.  The different filters allow you to protect different levels of noise yet still hear conversations around you.

 

Other Ear Protection

 
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Swimming plugs

Swim earmolds prevent moisture from entering the ear canal. They are optimal for swimming, watersports, and showering to prevent infections of the ears. Swim plugs float and feature added finger grips for easy removal.

 Surfering ear plugs

Surfer's plugs

These plugs are designed to prevent surfer’s ear (exostosis) and swimmer’s ear (otitis externa) caused by exposure to cold water and wind. The floatable material is molded with a sealed membrane spanning the sound bore that keeps cold water and air out of the ear canal but allows for conversation and hearing while in the ear. 

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Sleep Plugs

Sleep plugs are designed to promote comfortable and uninterrupted rest. They are great for shift workers along with saving many relationships!  The key to comfortable sleeping plugs are finding an audiologist who can take an accurate impression and a silicone material that is going to be comfortable enough, even when you're on your side.

Musician's In-Ear-Monitors

 musician in-ear monitors
 

Musician's In-Ear Monitors

Designed for performers, producers, and music lovers, in-ear-monitors (IEM's) come in multiple product lines, manufacturers, and are uniquely designed to fit the patient.  The ear mold is designed to create a tight seal in the ear, then the electronic components are developed and programmed by a team of lab technicians. Graphic artists then create a custom tailored exterior design of your choice.