The light weight Alpine MusicSafe Earmuff is especially for musicians that are regularly exposed to loud music. For example, it muffles 25 dB of the sound created when playing drums. With this level of attenuation, your ears are well protected and you can comfortably play your favourite instrument! The earmuffs are ideal for practising, rehearsals, performances or music lessons. The headband is made of a soft fabric so you can wear it with optimal comfort. The soft ear surrounding cushions apply extra comfort to make sure your ears are comfortably protected. The sturdy and cool ear protectors are foldable and, therefore, easy to take with you to a music lesson, rehearsal space, studio or gig. The earmuffs fit young and old drummers because of the adjustable band.
Alpine has designed a special case to store the earmuff handily and hygienically. Each package contains a free Protect&Go bag.
MusicSafe Pro is the only hearing protection for musicians with three exchangeable filter sets for low, medium and high protection. These unique AlpineAcousticFilters with selective absorption guarantee optimal protection against harmful noise levels, while preserving excellent music quality. Depending on the instrument you are playing, your position on the stage or the kind of music you are playing, you can always choose the protection that suits you most. The Alpine MusicSafe Pro earplugs do not make you feel isolated, allowing you to remain in touch with your surroundings, for instance during a studio recording. This allows for optimal performance.
The MusicSafe Pro acoustic earplugs are produced from very soft, flexible and durable AlpineThermoShape material. Due to the warmth of the ear it adapts to the shape of the auditory duct. Therefore, MusicSafe Pro is very comfortable to wear. Should the earplug be too big, you can easily adjust it to the right size.
The safe and statutory limit to which the hearing may be exposed is 80 decibel. Regular noise above 80 decibels will irrevocably lead to hearing damage. Official reports show that the limit of 80 dB is soon exceeded. For instance, at concerts, noise levels up to 120 dB can be measures. For rock musicians, the harmful noises are mainly produced by the drums and the amplifiers, whereas for classical musicians, their own instruments and those of others greatly affect their hearing. The following values shows how soon the maximum exposing time is reached: