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Get Your Own Collection of Custom-Made Musician Earplugs in Edmonton

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As a musician or someone who loves music, it's important to safeguard your hearing in the long run. Our custom musician earplugs in Edmonton let you listen to your music while reducing noisy and potentially harmful noises.

Exposure to loud music for long periods of time, whether you're on stage performing or in the audience listening, puts your hearing at risk. It can cause hearing loss and tinnitus by damaging the sensitive hair cells in your inner ears.

It's never been easier to get your own custom-made musician earplugs. Simply come into Alberta Hearing Service in Edmonton. We will assist you in choosing the best form of musician earplugs for your ear shape and needs.

This ensures you will get the best hearing protection and sound quality for years to come.

Safely Listen to Music with Our Custom-made Earplugs

Our musician earplugs are specially designed to maintain the quality and clarity of music, unlike foam earplugs, which muffle sound quality. This means they shield your ears without degrading the music's sound or richness. As a result, you will continue to enjoy playing or listening to music without fear of hearing injury.

senior couple are very happy while playing guitar & trumpet

Advantages for Musicians and Music Appreciators

Our custom earplugs are molded to fit your ear perfectly. This ensures you'll get the best possible safety and sound quality, as well as the kind of comfort that only custom-made earplugs can provide.

If you're playing music or listening to the crowd, you'll be able to hear it clearly with minimal distractions.
It reduces the volume of the sound without reducing the quality or detail of the song, allowing you to perform at your best.
The earplugs reduce the possibility of ringing in the ears during concerts, allowing you to fully enjoy them.
It helps you enjoy playing or watching concerts, secure in the knowledge that you're protected.

Sound Reduction Filters

We offer different sound reduction filters, depending on the type of instrument you play or the type of music that you listen to. 

10 decibels

String instruments, acoustic guitar, and vocalists are all recommended
Attenuation is kept to a bare minimum
Attenuation of 10 decibels

17 decibels

Sound reduction that is consistent with all frequencies. The most adaptable choice.
Attenuation and clarification are excellent
Attenuation of 17 decibels

26 decibels

Brass, percussion, and amplified instruments are all recommended
Best attenuation
Attenuation of 26 decibels

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What Are the Effects of Loud Noise on Our Hearing?
    The ear is a fascinating and complex organ with fragile parts sensitive to the effects of loud noise. Thousands of sensory cells in the inner ear translate sound into nerve impulses so that the brain can understand the signal. When these hair cells are exposed to excessive sound levels, they may be damaged or gradually destroyed, resulting in hearing loss.
  • What Is the Threshold for “Too Loud”?
    We live in a noisy environment and are exposed to sounds at work, home, school, sports, traffic, clubs, theatres, and concerts regularly. These can all be fun activities, but when they become too noisy, they can become dangerous. The E-A-R research sound level scale depicts the normal sound levels we may encounter and when they become hazardous to our ears. Long-term exposure to 85dB is usually enough to cause hearing loss, but the length of time/duration of exposure is also important.
  • What Should I Do to Safeguard My Hearing?
    If you wish to protect your hearing, there are a variety of options available: earplugs, both custom and non-custom (the popular yellow earplugs); earmuffs, musician plugs, HiFi earplugs, and so on. They come in a variety of bright colours, making them easy to spot and less likely to be misplaced. When you're at work, coworkers will see if you're wearing gear that protects your ears. When they want to connect with you, this shows them they need to get your attention first.

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Make Your Hearing Aids Last Longer

With regular maintenance and check-ups for proper functioning.

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