Ok i have been going clubbing a lot lately , and i was wondering about getting ear plugs , i have found this website here and could anybody take a look for me plz and tell me what you think would be the best ones to go with? i just cant stand losing my hearing every time i go clubbing, its annoying, anyways heres the site , hope to hear from people
Guess the best place is to email or call an audiologists office. They can give you some options to help keep your hearing safe…as for online help, an member audi probably might be able to give you some pointers here…but the best ear plugs will have to be the ones that cover your ears and surrounding area around the ears…that’s the bigger problem, bone conduction. You can plug your ears from noise damage, but the bones surrounding the ear also “hears” and can also get damaged by excessive noise.
the difference between the pieces is the amount of noise that get’s filtered. It’s similar to turning down the volume of the stereo. For example, you have it set at max volume, adding the low filter will drop the volume to half of the loudness, the medium will drop it 25% more, and the high another 25%. These ear plugs seem nice, as you can adjust your loudness like a volume control in three levels.
it says contact an audiologist and then contact some mold lab? i dont understand , so who makes them and who sells them and what is going on ? im so lost?? is it the audiologist who takes the impressions of your ear? or is it the lab? because i mean whats the point of the audiologist if its the lab that makes them and fits them and all that :S its so confusing
Also it looks like you need to go to an audiologist that can make a mold of your ear and send them in for to be custom made. This is the best way to protect your ears and the most expensive way. It is also the most comfortable ear plugs…
That’s the biggest problem…I’m not qualified to give you an answer…the 25 gives the best protection in noise…but how much is lowered, I do not know…you are talking to someone with a 95 dB hearing loss, I have 4 times the loss of what you are wondering about reducing and do not need any more reduced
You can still call/email a local audiologist and ask if they can get custom music filters made. You can mention these earmold labs, maybe the audi has another in mind that is local…