Musician’s Earplugs


Musician’s Earplugs

Individually fabricated ear protection for musicians and others who practice, perform or work in high level sound environments for prolonged periods.

Special High Frequency Tests

Special tests for monitoring very high frequency hearing loss beyond the scope of the standard audiogram. Used for patients on chemotherapy that may be ototoxic or for those experiencing a sense of hearing loss that is not apparant on the standard audiogram. Specially designed and calibrated headphones must be used for this application.
[/one_third] [two_third last] Benefits

  • 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


  • 3 levels of sound reduction: 9 dB, 15 dB and 25 dB
  • Interchangeable buttons
  • Custom earmolds require ear impressions


  • Regular use of these high-fidelity earplugs while practicing, performing and listening to music will protect hearing from the cumulative effects of overexposure to loud sound throughout life.
  • A little time may be required to acclimate to these earplugs. Many musicians report that they hear their own instruments better, as well as the balance with those around them.


ER•15 ER•25 ETY•Plugs 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
Ref: Chasin, M. Musicians and the Prevention of Hearing Loss. Singular Publishing Group