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Earasers

Earasers Musicians Plugs Small

Earasers

Earasers Musicians Plugs Small

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  • Musicians Plugs Small
  • Whether you are a musician, attend concerts or are regularly exposed to music played at high levels, Earasers don't plug up your ears and muffle sound like more conventional earplugs
  • Manufactured by a 45+ year hearing aid company, and developed by their lead engineer - a musician for over 20 years - Earasers filter out loud noise while still allowing you to hear at a safe, comfortable level
  • Musicians have to be able to focus on the different layers of instrumentation
  • Earasers utilize a unique attenuation "V filter" to provide an overall 5dB EPA rating of protection
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Left ear keeps popping outI really want to love these. They're discrete, they are easy to fit and they sound great. I use them to teach and take group fit and I've run into the same problem all 3 times I've used them. The left one does not stay put. The right one is perfect but the left one does not stay in my ears (I suspect they're a wee bit too big for me). At first I thought it was because a drop of sweat got into my ear, but two other times, it gradually worked its way out and left me trying to jam it back in mid class (no easy feat when you are teaching Pound). They have amazing customer service and really have worked with me to find the perfect fit. 4GREAT for photographers, partiers, and dentists!My wife is a dentist, I purchased these to help protect her hearing from drill noise while working. But it's hard to clearly assess whether that long-term protection is functioning (although I am certain it is!), so here is a review from personal experience. I am a wedding photographer, and I loud music is sadly part of my profession. I started stealing her Earasers on weekends when I would work a wedding. IMMEDIATELY I noticed that my ears were not ringing at all at the end of the night, no matter how much time i spent camped out close to the speakers. And because these are filters, not plugs. I could still hear people's voices loud and clear, hold conversations, and generally feel "tuned in" to what was happening around me. And they're very unobtrusive looking, people rarely notice I'm wearing them.SIZING: I'm a man, but I have small ears (inside and out), so the Small size actually fits me the best. My wife also uses a small. If you're a man with particularly small ears (you know who you are), don't be afraid to try a small in these.We're VERY happy with these, I ended up buying my own pair :) 5it s not too noise dampening to enjoy a concert and they are seriously THE MOST COMFORTABLE ...Okay, so if you re wearing ear plugs, you re going to have some sound distortion. That s just the way it goes. I have a tendency to wear one, hoping I ll save my hearing in at least one ear without compromising my musical experience. But even if you wear them in both ears, it s not too noise dampening to enjoy a concert and they are seriously THE MOST COMFORTABLE EARPLUGS EVER. I wore them all day for 2 days of a festival and my ears never got tired or felt uncomfortable. If they didn t dampen sound, I might forget they were in.. also they are fairly inconspicuous if you just like to drown out noises of everyday life lol 5I have sensitivity to sound and sensitive ear canalsI was a little disappointed at first. I use these for Hyperacusis (extreme sensitivity to sound). While wearing both, they are a step above regular silicone ear plugs except distant sound is very clear. Carrying on a conversation is a little more difficult much like wearing regular plugs. They are really comfortable. I saw that several had a hard time with them slipping out. I found that it has to be facing the right direction - you can't just 'plug' them in and it takes a minute to work it down where it should be. My ears are super sensitive to plugs as I wear them so often. These are super comfortable. After I got used to it, I barely notice it's there. If I only wear it in the affected ear, I can wear it 24/7. Easy to clean and feel like they will last for a while even with extended use. And finally, I'm 5'6 with small ears. I bought smalls. I'm wondering if extra small would be easier to insert but the smalls work without discomfort. Will definitely buy them again.I need to update my review. After using them for a few days in a row (except to sleep) my ear canal swole up a bit and I couldn't get them back in when I removed them during the day. I don't blame the plugs because of my sensitivity. However, if I buy them again I would buy a size smaller. Again I think they would be great for their intended use so even though they aren't everything I need, I'm leaving my rating as it stands. They are also really cool as they can hardly be seen. 5What a reliefWish I had these long ago. I'll be wearing these in loud music bars, big concerts, and in the extremely loud fanatic section at my favorite soccer stadium. If I attended basketball games these days, I would *most definitely* be wearing these in the gym's loud, screechy, ref-whistling echo-chamber.These Earasers cut the most annoying/painful high-pitched noises very well while leaving the rest for me to hear. Just be careful about wearing them around the house, or they'll dim the sound of a smoke alarm even though you can hear the TV. Good gear. 5Forgot I was wearing them!!! After years of swearing earplugs were awful and never wearing them!!My only experience of earplugs has been those horrible foam ones that dont fit and muffle everything so you can't hear the band and you can't hear people talking to you at shows and I go inside myself and have a miserable time until I say screw it and pop them out so I can be part of what's happening around me. Usually by the 2nd song. My ear doctor convinced me to try some higher end ones even though I was reluctant to spend money on earplugs I couldnt see myself wearing. I'm an adult woman and i did find a size chart i think on the manufacturers site so I knew I'd need a small. I wore them to a show the other day and to my surprise, I forgot I even had them in. I was able to hear everything! Not just the music but also people talking to me. They were entirely comfortable. Only seemed to cut out the frequencies that hurt my ears. They actually do what people tell you earplugs do and give you the benefits of wearing them without all the negative experiences the foam ones give you. Who knew? I thought earplugs like this were a myth. I was wrong!! Well worth $39 to protect whats left of my hearing. 5The best earplugs I've ever tried - but I would like the higher DB filters they have on their website.I hate that these things have ruined me for any other earplugs. But other than that, they're great. Though I do want to try to get the higher DB filters from the company.Some people in other reviews have said they have trouble telling which is right and left in poor/stage lighting; I use the inward curve (the front curves in towards you) and the little stem points down. I don't really rely on the colors any more - just touch and feel of the angles. If your stems don't point down, you can use the filter removal tool (from the refresh kit - or something similar - possibly the ink from a pen if it's not too big - just don't use something pointy) to turn them so the stem does point down. If the stem is pointing down and the front is pointing towards your head, it's on the correct side ;)I'm on my second pair - I have no idea what happened to the first set - I got a refresher kit with the carrying case that's been on my keychain for a long time now - and one day I opened it, and they weren't inside. (I think I fell asleep with them one night - not what I normally do with them, but I needed to get to sleep and there were noisy neighbors. I don't think they made it back into the case after that - but I have no idea where they actually went.)So... I replaced them about a month ago - mostly because I like to always have them with me, even though I haven't really needed them lately (I haven't been going out). So... I started a new job, and there's a really loud fan noise - but I need to be able to communicate with co-workers. These seemed like the perfect solution, and in some ways, they are. They're nearly invisible - and everyone is talking over the fan noise anyway - so hearing them with earplugs is (actually for me, easier than without them) easy. The problem is, they don't do much for the fan noise. It's kind of weird. I guess it's just at a frequency that isn't really filtered by these ear plugs. Anyway, I purchased a couple other pairs - eargasms and etymotic ER-20xs...es. So, here's my comparison review (written for the eargasms that I really didn't like).I got a pair of Eargasms - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01GQMZ1DG/and the Etymotic ER20XS-SMF-P....es..... - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00RM6Q9XW/as a higher Db upgrade from my earasers - https://www.amazon.com/Earasers-HEM001-Musicians-Plugs-Medium/dp/B00E2D9HAA/ (shown with a "refresh kit" that included the blue carrying case that I've had for a little over a year - so yeah, it looks a little banged up. I ordered mediums, and got the small refresh kit to try the other size The smalls worked better for me.)Sound wise, the Etymotics smoothly reduce volume across the board at a noticeable increase in reduction from the Earasures, but not as much more as I'd hoped. The eargasms muddy the high end and don't dampen the bass as much - so they don't deliver on the flat response promised, and make it harder to understand people (not something I can deal with for my usage case).Comfort wise, I'm kind of mixed on the new two. The eargasms have the softer tips, but prying them out of my ears (there's nothing visible, but also nothing to hold on to in order to pull them out) left my ears sore. The softer silicone tips here also create a suction strong enough to hurts my ear drums when being worn.Neither compare at all to the earasers. The single oval shaped tip is just... comfortable. More comfortable than any earbud I've ever put in. Somehow the oval shape on them makes them work wonders. There's no real "pressure" on the sides of your ears. I won't say you'll forget you have them in, but you absolutely can once you've gotten used to them. Sizing is a small problem - the mediums are too big for me (and are hard to put in), but the smalls are perfect - but do have to be inserted deeply. There's no suction though, so no ear drum pain (that I got with both the eargasms and the etymotics - but it was far more pronounced with the eargasms).Visually, the Eargams are cleaner - the pull tab from the Etymotics sticks out and is slightly visible (but it also lets you pull them out.The earasers though.... they're totally invisible (with the small tips for me. The little plastic pull stick rests nicely behind/along the inside of my tragus (thanks Google images). With the medium tips, the little plastic pull stick... sticks out just enough to be seen, but is still far more inconspicuous than the Etymotics pull tab).This is all based on looking in a mirror and turning my head. I couldn't see the eargasms at all (from behind, the blue filter probably shows) - which was a huge downside when I needed to get them out and couldn't find anything to grab by touch. The Etymotics pull tab was clearly visible.Per the packaging, the Eargasms are rated at 12db, and the Etymotics are 13db. So the eargasms are basically an inferior product all the way around.The Earasers are 19db peak (printed on the box), but there's a label on the back of the package says "5db" because of the way they reduce sound (and the db rating not accurately describing how much sound is being reduced). Still, what I'm trying to block out is a constant very loud fan noise - and they're not doing it for me - hence the search for an upgrade.So... with all that in mind, I don't really like the Etymotics. I've never really been fond of triple flanges - they make my ears kind of itch where the 2nd 2 flanges "pull back" after insertion. The Eargasms are more comfortable in that department, but the softer silicone "gives" a little more creating that painful suction on the ear drums.So, yeah, possibly I'm just putting them in too far, but if I don't, the filter hits the front of my ear and isn't as comfortable either, and I don't get a proper seal.So I think I've been ruined by the Earasers and can't really wear any other earplugs any more (except the foam ones in emergencies).The only downside to the Earasers is their poor performance with the fan noise. Both the Etymotics and the Eargasms are slightly better in this area, but due to the comfort issues from the triple flanges, I don't think I'll be able to use either of them most of the day.Earasers does offer higher DB filters on their website (but not Amazon), and I think I'll harass their support to see if I can get a set. That's probably the best solution for me right now.So... if you can save up for the Earasers, do that. If not, spend the extra couple dollars on the Etymotics. 5ExcellentI've had these for about 2 months now. Used them at a few concerts and nights out at the club. I'm still having some trouble putting them in the correct way. Once they are in, they work very well.I love how discrete these earplugs are. People don't look at you in a weird way anymore. They don't stare at your ears wondering what you have in them.These cost 4x my previous earplugs, the Etyomic Research ones, but I think they are worth it. If you're going to concerts, clubs, and other loud environments often, why not spend a little more money on nice discrete ones? They are tiny, so you need to be careful about not dropping or losing them 5Great earplugs; needs better case.These earplugs are great. I'm a professional trumpet player who plays in a lot of function/rock 'n' roll bands. Some bands do not use in ear monitors and the stage volume gets pretty loud. Your plugs do the trick very nicely. And it's so easy to figure out which one goes in which ear.I wish you had a better carry case. I'm using the keychain case that came with my Eargasm's. By the way I hate the eargasm earplugs but they came with a fantastic little metal case that goes on my keychain. 4Great earplugs for loud concerts.I go to a ton of smaller venue concerts that really like to blast the music loud. I have to take protecting my ears very seriously as I am at risk of damage due to a genetic disorder. I find I have 0 ringing or pain in my ears after wearing these. I will say you'll have to talk a bit louder when you've got them in as I've been told I speak much softer with them in. I find them very comfortable and often forget I even have them in. I also love that they are quite discrete. Highly recommend them! 5
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