Which Musicians Earplug is Right for You?

Musicians practice and perform in a variety of different settings. They are exposed to high levels of sound, sometimes for long periods and may require different amounts of protection depending on sound levels encountered during rehearsals and performance. Some musicians use one type of attenuator in one ear and one type in the other, depending on the source and location of the sound.
 

  ER•9*
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ER•15*
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ER•25*
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ETY•Plugs
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ER•20XS
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Music•PRO
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Harmful Sound Comes From:
Small strings   Own instrument, other strings
Large strings   Brass
Woodwinds     Brass, percussion
Brass   Own instrument, other brass
Flutes     Percussion
Percussion   Own instruments, other percussion
Vocalists   Own voice, speakers, monitors
Acoustic guitar   Drums, speakers, monitors
Amplified instruments   Speakers, monitors
Marching bands     Multiple sources
Music teachers     Multiple sources
Recording engineers     Speakers, monitors
Sound crews     Speakers, monitors

 
ER•9, ER•15 and ER•25 filters are available in all colors. Filters are interchangeable.

Colors

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Beige Blue Brown Clear Red

 
*Ref: Chasin, M. Musicians and the Prevention of Hearing Loss. Singular Publishing Group