Noise is all around us, and it is more dangerous to your health than you would think. Whether you like to go to concerts, practice outdoor sports or are a recreational shooter, you are at the risk of damaging your ears from prolonged or sudden exposure to noise. Noise-induced hearing loss is the biggest preventable cause of hearing loss out there.
That's why protecting your ears is important. Here is the complete range of hearing protection devices Quality Hearing & Audiology Center can offer you.
These have a special valve that closes when a sudden loud noise is detected.
Protect yourself from swimmer's ear with these floating devices.
If you work odd hours or sleep next to a snoring spouse, these are for you.
These have a hollow canal to reduce wind noise while riding.
These have a sealed membrane that can help keep water and air from entering the ear canal, but can still enable you to hear conversations.
Those who work in manufacturing, agriculture and construction would do well to have a pair of these.
Those serving in military campaigns would benefit from the amplification and noise-suppression features of this model.
Improves on the previous model by offering an additional mode for continuous noise.
Helps for hunting in windy environments.
Custom earmolds and earplugs
Although hearing protection is important, the standard models will not always fit all ear sizes. That's why we offer custom-fit earmolds and earplugs to ensure an optimal fit and maximum comfort. These have been molded to your exact ear profile, protecting you from noise in the most effective way.
Playing on stage poses a dilemma, you want to hear what your bandmates are playing, but you don't want to damage your ears. Musicians' earplugs solve this conundrum by helping to reduce the overall sound while still maintaining a level to help with performance.
In-ear musician monitors
Those performing on larger stages, they may need something more sophisticated. These in-ear monitors will stream the sound engineer's mix straight into the ears of the performer and simultaneously protect the ears from other external sounds.