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Police Product Test: Soundgear by LaPierre Digital Hearing Protection

January 25, 2012

Soundgear electronic hearing protection is a fully automatic earplug that returns environmental sounds while eliminating loud noise spikes. It is automatic in the sense that there is no user control that adjusts the level of volume in the unit.

Altus Introduces Pro Ears ReVO Youth Hearing Protection

October 21, 2011
Altus Brands has introduced the Pro Ears ReVO passive earmuffs, as hearing protection for young shooters. The line of hearing protection products are designed for smaller heads and smaller ears.

Gen II In-ear Digital Radio Headset

June 30, 2011
While wearing the x-62000 from Xacore's Threat4 line, you can protect your ears from gunfire, explosions, and loud engine noise, but still have a face-to-face conversation while maintaining radio communications.

How To Handle Audio Exclusion

February 7, 2011

The tools needed for simulating diminished hearing during training are basic: ear plugs and range ear muffs. These are effective for creating scenarios involving temporary hearing loss due to gun shots or other explosive sounds.

Altus Brings Rifleman ACH Hearing Protection

December 1, 2010
The Rifleman ACH weighs 8.3 ounces, and features a slim, adjustable headband that's compatible with combat helmets as well as caps and other headgear.

Pro Tac Gold Hearing Protection

December 29, 2009
Pro Ears electronic hearing protectors use DLSC technology to compress the impulse sound from range fire to a safer level, as opposed to shutting down the system. While compressing the impulse sound wave the system also amplifies the lower level sounds such as voice, allowing for continuous operation.

Going for the Gold

March 1, 2008

Known for its Pro Ears line of electronic hearing protection and amplification products, RidgeLine has introduced its new Gold Series of muff-style headsets with advanced technology to enhance comfort and performance.

SoundVision Shooting Glasses

June 1, 2007
SoundVision shooting glasses by FullPro won’t pinch or break earmuff seals, which can reduce protection. SoundVision glasses attach to the outer surface of earmuffs with flexible straps. The result is full and comfortable protection of both eyes and ears.

Television Equipment Associates Tactical Whisper-Mic Headset

December 1, 2006
TEA’s new High-threat tactical (HTT) whisper-mic headset provides both hearing protection and situational awareness with hear-through communications. The hear-through is provided by two separate, well-shielded mics that provide optimum stereo effect. While the user’s hearing is protected from concussion damage, ambient sound can be amplified so that you will hear a faint whisper or sounds of movement.

RidgeLine Dimension Plus LE Hearing Protection

April 1, 2006
RidgeLine’s new Dimension Plus LE series of earmuffs provides electronic hearing protection and amplification in one system. The new PLUS series builds on the company’s Dimension Series with advanced DLSC Technology. DLSC protects against damaging noise levels such as range and demolition environments, while simultaneously allowing the user to hear softer, less audible sounds without interruption. The new PLUS models also offer new ProForm Leather Ear Seals and ProTen Padded headband.

Bilsom Leightning L-Zero Earmuffs

April 1, 2006
The Bacou-Dalloz Hearing Safety Group has extended its line of Bilsom Leightning earmuffs with a new L-Zero (L0) Series. Designed to provide reliable protection from intermittent or marginal noise hazards, the L0 Series features an ultraslim earcup design with less weight and bulk than standard earmuffs, and is available in folding (L0F) and neckband (L0N) models. The L0N neckband model fits comfortably around the neck and under PPE.

SensGard Zwislocki Ear Muffler

January 1, 2006
The Zwislocki Ear Muffler (ZEM) from SensGard is a lightweight ear protector that provides a noise-reduction level of 26 decibels to protect against harsh and harmful sounds while allowing speech to be heard clearly. The earmuffs channel sound into small chambers located above the earpieces to deaden excessive noise. Weighing in at 1.7 ounces, the ZEM is 80- to 90-percent lighter than conventional ear protecting devices

Howard Leight Bilsom Targo Trap Earmuffs

October 1, 2005
Howard Leight’s Bilsom Targo Trap sound amplification earmuffs are designed for shooters. They electronically amplify low level sounds and block harmful noises over 82 dB. Beveled earcups lessen gunstock interference, while directionally placed microphones pinpoint sound. Stereo ear speakers provide high sound quality and amplification for a more natural sound.

Walker’s Game Ear Digital Hearing Protection

August 1, 2005
Walker’s Game Ear’s Digital Quad Muffs + AFT feature two-channel digital circuitry, which increases the user’s hearing up to nine times with 50 dB of power. Sound-activated compression circuitry helps protect hearing from harmful effects of muzzle blasts by reducing the amplification of loud sounds to a safe level.

Bilsom Noise-Reduction Earmuffs

March 1, 2005
Already known for earmuffs that provide hearing protection when shooting on the range, Bilsom now offers noise-blocking earmuffs that feature new designs and a new technology to improve performance in any environment.
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