shopping_cart
ADV. Eartune Live U Earplugs

ADV. Eartune Live U Earplugs

bookmark_border
Where's the price?
To negotiate the best possible price for our customers, we agree to hide prices prior to logging in.
255 requests
·
732 Sold
Product Description
The purpose of earplugs is to protect your ears from loud noise—but that protection shouldn’t have to come at the expense of audio quality. Designed for concerts and other live shows, the Eartune Live U Earplugs from ADV Read More

search
close
AndrewP843
8
Jun 30, 2021
Are these functional for a gun range?
scutts
114
Jun 30, 2021
These are more ideal for fidelity. You should look into impulse filters for a gun range.
RogueMyst
1
Aug 10, 2020
I have a weird question: Normal earplugs hurt my ears by causing a weird suction effect because of the nature of completely filling the ear canal; since these have the sound channels, do they not create that suction feeling and therefore sit more comfortably in the ear?
scutts
114
Aug 10, 2020
Yes it would allow air to flow through so it will not create a vacuum in your ear canal.
Interceptor69
93
Aug 8, 2020
Just so everyone knows shipping increases the price to around $22, depending on where you live.
Drizzt321
138
Dec 20, 2019
Unfortunately it seems I can't leave a Review as I was too impatient and so instead of saving a few dollars got them off Amazon. Used once, so far, in an enclosed, basement bar with some DJs with electronic music, quite loud generally. I've been there before, generally use either the Rooth C&P M-Fit Concert/Party Protection (blue, NRR 21dB), or the Surefire EP4 (NRR 24dB) ear plugs. With the EP4, I sometimes feel they're a bit too heavy across the entire sound spectrum, while with the Rooth I sometimes feel they let in a bit too much of something , even though they do a very good job of letting the music through. These however, felt like the Rooth++. Great job of keeping the fidelity of the music while really damping down the absolute volume to something well survivable. As per the frequency chart at https://www.adv-sound.com/products/eartune-live-universal, most of the mids & highs are ~26-30 dB reduction, with the minimum NRR being 23dB as per it's rating. The fidelity was quite good which makes the heavier damping at mid/high frequencies not seem as big as it is. Very comfortable, got the Medium/Large and they came with the filters in the medium size, and for my ears they fit very good, almost too snug in the first moment or two, but then I just didn't feel them at all and they were extremely comfortable and stayed in extremely well. Overall, I think these are going to be my #1 used pair, although I might still use the EP4s on occasion, and the Rooth will be used much less, if at all.
mattdmcconnell
10
Dec 17, 2019
Will these work at the shooting range too?
Drizzt321
138
Dec 18, 2019
Yes, but probably not as well as something dedicated to that. The Surefire EP4 work quite well, as they're comfortable and intended to be used at the firing range, although I also use them for some concerts when it's getting way, WAY too loud.
shadowjester
1
Oct 9, 2019
How do these compare to the Etymolic plugs? I’ve been using the Ety plugs for a few years now, and I always wonder if there’s anything better.
NotABot
424
Dec 17, 2019
The custom Ety plugs are amazing. And about ten times more expensive.
harrisonjr98
171
Dec 17, 2019
Earasers are incredible and convinced me to ditch my Etys after many many years. Probably the best you can get outside of custom molds.
(Edited)
daidai
52
Oct 9, 2019
Hope sometimes will see m5-1d custom here...
dleblanc
244
Sep 22, 2019
Got mine, will compare to my earsonics ear plugs
dleblanc
244
Sep 24, 2019
They attenuate a lot more than the earsonics ear pads, so now they're my go to motorcycle ear protection. However, for live music, the earsonics is still the best at protecting enough yet letting sound through as natural as possible.
Interceptor69
93
Aug 8, 2020
I bought the Rooth blue ones for motorcycle riding and my pair were defective as one of the plugs was closed, meaning no sound came through. Because I have a VERY loud pipe on my VFR I just wear the defective one on my right ear, as the pipe is on the right.
Heardoc
3
Sep 22, 2019
Doesn't have a NRR calculation so their claimed 23dB reduction is pure speculation.
salzzydog
7
Sep 6, 2019
how do you know which size to get?
Schmort
1
Oct 11, 2019
I would also like to know
Showing 18 of 29
keyboard_arrow_up
Newest
29 OF 29 POSTS
keyboard_arrow_down
Oldest
Recent Activity
Placed an order
Placed an order
Placed an order