EARasers Musician's Hi-Fi Earplugs
EARasers Musician's Hi-Fi Earplugs
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Developed for musicians and concertgoers, the EARasers high-fidelity earplugs come from Persona Medical, a company with 50 years of experience manufacturing hearing aids and other hearing-related devices. Led by engineer Don Campbell, a longtime guitar player and percussionist, Persona Medical set out to create a better kind of earplug: one that’s comfortable, virtually invisible, reusable, and easy to clean Read More

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rioster
36
Jul 12, 2019
These work pretty good for me, but they do cut a lot of higher frequencies which was disappointing. These are not a flat level drop. Ear fatigue was pretty low after a rock/metal concert which was appreciated.
ChrisRD
5
Dec 14, 2018
The sizing with these seem complicated, eartips usually come in sml packs so you can try and feel what is your best fit, with these how are you supposed to do that? I use a pair of Mack's silicone earplugs and they serve me well but last time I went to a hot as hell club and sweat managed to make the right earplug slip several times, almost lost it. It seems to be a common issue with silicone eartips and thus foam ones are better for sweaty activities. The only decent filtered earplugs with foam eartips I've found are Etymotics EER20xs universal fit, which I think could even use some comply foam eartips, has anyone used them with the memory foams not the silicone eartips in a hot enviroment while sweating ?
nrozzyos
17
May 30, 2018
I have these, they work fantastically. Best sound quality of any ear plug I have tried. They are easy to put in and fit extremely well. Be sure to get the correct size because if they aren't the fit is horrible.
satanas
70
May 3, 2018
Massdrop advertise these every couple of weeks, but won't ship them outside the US, both of which are very annoying! Can anyone recommend something which is actually obtainable, and gives decent sound quality?
@ Massdrop: Maybe don't bother telling people about products you won't send to us. :-(
Burney
2
Jun 24, 2018
I ordered them at earasers.store and got them into uk (in two days, without shipping costs.. seams that the USA finally opened up in Europe..
gama
53
Apr 8, 2018
I think for those of us in the US it is better to buy at Amazon (with the customer service and return policy) than here if items are identical
curleyfrei
98
Apr 8, 2018
These have been pretty great for me so far. Only tested at a few shows yet but they work well for me. A bit tricky to get them situated just right at first, but very much worth a few moments of fidgeting. I very much prefer these to the 2- or 3-flange types.
gama
53
Apr 8, 2018
Other than some minor difference in price (I see a medium-size version at Amazon for $33.99 with the S&S option (https://www.amazon.com/Earasers-HEM001-Musicians-Plugs-Medium/dp/B00E2D9HAA), is there any difference between MD's version and other stores?
Burney
2
Jun 24, 2018
satanas I ordered them at earasers.store and got them into uk (in two days, without shipping costs.. seams that the USA finally opened up in Europe..
KEMchurch
34
Apr 8, 2018
"This drop is limited to members in the US" :( Though now that I go on their website, they're only $18 more over there and after DHL takes their insane brokerage fee, I wouldn't save much going Massdrop anyway.
Burney
2
Jun 24, 2018
I ordered them at earasers.store and got them into uk (in two days, without shipping costs.. seams that the USA finally opened up in Europe..
Tenryuu
239
Apr 7, 2018
How are they in metal concerts?
Tweak
18
May 30, 2018
not enough noise reduction. these are only the 19db model when you would want the 26db reduction for metal concerts.
FassionPruit
7
Mar 8, 2018
I'm new to this and was wondering if i could get some insight on the matter. I ride a motorcycle, and use a helmet comm pack to listen to music while riding. I'm already partially deaf (thanks to genetics and stupidity) so im trying to take care of my hearing now. I've reverted to IEM's (jaybird x3) while on the bike so try and dampen the outside noise, but its really annoying when i get a call while on the road, not to mention the comfort is minimal. Would these EARasers be suitable to use in this situation to go back to listening to music via helmet comms?
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