Basic and advanced hearing protection options protect against noise exposure. Advanced Hearing of Brighton provides access to generic and custom variants with their own unique features. With or without hearing aids, hearing protection works as an additional layer of assurance to your hearing. Every scenario is different, but the enhancements offer more pros than cons for the wearer.
Hobbies and professions have different ways of protecting the wearer’s hearing. Even if it isn’t mandatory, the use of custom options opens up an entirely new world of possibilities. Custom protection is available in numerous forms, including: earmolds, earplugs and earmuffs.
- Music: Musician’s earplugs and monitors provide protection during studio time or when performing live
- Hunting: Built-in hardware nullifies the loudness of gunfire without distracting from environmental noise
- Motorsport: Keeps drivers focused on the track by preventing wind buffeting
- Custom: Made to work alongside leading earbuds for calls or media streaming
- Occupational: Industrial hardware that drowns out the ear-piercing sound of heavy equipment
- Sleep: Silences all disturbances to promote a restful sleep
Earmolds and earplugs
With generic earplugs, users get basic protection against low-level environmental noise. Custom earplugs take it to the next level by providing better protection and including unique features. Earplugs can be used for individual professions, hobbies, sports or daily living activities. There is a strong benefit to having more than one pair due to how effective they are in different situations.
Custom earmolds are made from the ground up to fit the contour of the wearer’s ears. This increases comfort for all-day wear and improves noise nullification features. Custom earmolds can be soft or hard and are available in full or half shell models. When worn correctly, they provide excellent protection during high noise exposure.
Musicians earplugs and monitors
For musicians, studio time involves creating music in an environment that can be dangerous for hearing. To protect their most important asset, musicians use earplugs. Even when music is at its highest volume, musicians’ earplugs can normalize the notes without affecting the quality. The process is automatic and aids in-studio music creation.
In-ear monitors are the natural replacement for wedges. They cut down on the bulk of full-sized speakers by using miniature microphones that rest in the ear canal. With more customization options, in-ear monitors are a great choice for all live performances.
Hunting, shooting and sudden noise. A filter instantaneously closes when damaging noise levels are reached. Allows essentially normal hearing at all other times.
Ideal for performing musicians and concert-goers. Also great for flight attendants, bartenders, waiters, dental professionals. Allows wearer to hear sounds accurately, but at reduced levels. Three filter options available: 9dB, 15dB or 25dB.
For swimming and showering – and they FLOAT! Also provide superb noise reduction.
Offers comfortable and uninterrupted rest. Also great for shift workers with non-traditional hours.
Designed with a hollow canal for under helmet use to reduce wind buffeting.
Designed to prevent surfer’s ear and swimmer’s ear caused by exposure to cold water and wind. The floatable material is molded with a sealed membrane spanning the sound bore that keeps cold water and air out of the ear canal, but allows for conversation and hearing while in the ear.
Ideal for high-noise industrial environments.
For use with any bud/button style earphones.
Amplification for situational awareness, as well as noise attenuation when you pull the trigger.
Offers two modes, game, which is optimized for intermittent shots, and clay mode, which is optimized for continued shots.
Offers standard digital features and provides protection in windy environments.