EARasers Introduces Instant Fit Musicians Earplugs

EARasers have released a new line of earplugs aimed specifically at musicians.

Casselberry, FL (September 11, 2013) -- EARasers virtually invisible revolutionary new earplugs are made of soft medical grade silicone, which creates a comfortable “Smart Seal". No need for costly Impressions. The innovative patent pending design strategically places the filter at the tip, instead of the opening of the ear canal, thus retaining the ear's natural shape, and allowing sound to travel farther more naturally. The resulting high fidelity keeps musical layering intact. EARasers unique “V” filter reduces approximately 19dB in the most damaging range of the ear canal resonance. In addition, it filters less for sounds under 1000Hz and sounds above 8000 Hz to accomplish a more natural and clear sounding experience, creating The World's First Flat Frequency Response earplugs, as opposed to the common "flat attenuators". Music and speech are not lost or muffled, and No “Plugged Up” feeling. The revolutionary inner ear placement allows EARasers to be virtually invisible, comfortable, provide listening clarity, and remain in the ear for conversations or to talk on the phone. EARasers replace custom earplugs for a fraction of the price!

MSRP: $49.99

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