Rooth C&P M02 Earplugs
Rooth C&P M02 Earplugs
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For musicians, music lovers, firearms users, and anyone who wants to protect their hearing, the  Rooth C&P M02 earplugs offer a comfy, discreet solution. Made from soft silicone, these transparent tips feature an ergonomic, triple-flange design with a short, clear stem Read More
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tvr2500m
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Feb 12, 2020
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They Work
I got these mostly to use for listening at live music performances. They work as described. They do have to be placed properly into the ear canal for proper acoustic sealing. And they should certainly be cleaned after use. Much better than the foam ear inserts across the board.
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Feb 12, 2020
not_a_cat
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Jan 31, 2020
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Awesome for office migraines
This is such a lame use for these, but I have migraines and work in an office, and my coworkers are louder than rhino stampede. I can still talk to people easily, but they cut out a lot of the loud stuff, and the painful background noises no one else even notices. I wish I bought more than one pair.
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Jan 31, 2020
gayretard
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Jan 31, 2020
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Pretty Damn Good Plugs
I've been going to live shows quite often lately and, having had pretty mild tinnitus for several years, I figured I'd invest in some earplugs to save my ears when I go to shows. They are quite good at their intended purpose, although perhaps I bought plugs that may be rated for louder atmospheres than I frequent; as sounds often feel a bit muddied by them. However, they do allow me to hear a lot more of the high end, which often gets drowned out by low end noise at live shows. Pretty damn good, would recommend for any live music lover.
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Jan 31, 2020
cjwilburn
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Jan 29, 2020
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Love these!
Wore to a punk show and they worked like a charm.
Jan 29, 2020
OG_Gristle
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Jan 27, 2020
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Garbage
The firearm earplugs are useless.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
Jan 27, 2020
RyanPin
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Jan 26, 2020
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Good for concerts or working with large groups of students.
Dealing with students in a pep rally, these were a god send. Every other teacher was complaining how their ears were ringing afterwards, but I was solid and good to go. Low profile as well and you can switch out the attenuation as necessary if you get more.
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Jan 26, 2020
HaVoCTzu
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Jan 19, 2020
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Music Purple vs Concert/Party Blue
The purples are so subtle that I don’t think I will have a need for them unless you were in a band. i don’t think they block enough sound to wear while riding a Harley to make it worth the slightly weird feeling of having something in your ear (I have the same feeling with IEMs too) Even the Blues are a somewhat subtle change, but I can still hear everything. These will get more use from me, I might even wear them at loud restaurants, and of course at anywhere there is loud music, etc.
Jan 19, 2020
Valkyyr
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Jan 13, 2020
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Great for sports games too
Got the concert/party (blue) ones, work great for going to local basketball games as well. Only qualm I'd have is that they are uncomfortable for the first 10-15 minutes each time I wear them. Otherwise, do a great job at retaining sound detail and quality while damping out needless noise, bass, etc.
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Jan 13, 2020
AnOkEngineer
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Jan 13, 2020
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Honestly, better than I expected
I got the 25dB version for work as I'm often around heavy machinery and they don't block out the noise, but lower it to where I don't mind it at all. It may be because I got a high dB rating, but talking is slightly muffled with them in and I do struggle to hear people with them in even in a quiet room. They are comfortable, but I don't quite forget they're there. The case, I don't feel is as bad as everyone else says. It's compact and very easy to carry and getting them out takes very minimal effort; it just isn't a smooth, effortless removal. Overall, I probably wouldn't have paid the original $40 for them, but I'm considering a second pair at Drop's $18 price point.
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Jan 13, 2020
passwurd
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Jan 12, 2020
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Great for Concert and Sound Testing. Or noisy crowds.
But you gotta do this weird fold if you want them to stay in the case right. Seriously guys...this case is bad.
Jan 12, 2020
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