NoNoise Earplugs for Music Hearing Protection
Going to a concert, or playing your own music? Good hearing protection is essential, because permanent hearing damage can happen very quickly. Even non-amplified sounds (such as drums, brass instruments, etc.) easily reach sound levels up to 100 dB! These innovative party plugs from NoNoise™ are specifically designed for the concert or festival goer who wants to enjoy music at its best. NoNoise’s unique ceramic* acoustic filters provide crystal clear and unmatched sound reproduction. Here’s an added bonus: you can keep communicating with your friends (and even use the telephone) without having to remove your ear plugs.
The best choice for music lovers and musicians.
The innovative NoNoise™ hearing protectors were created by a prominent European expert who has been developing and producing professional hearing protectors for many years. The unique ceramic* acoustic filter and hypoallergenic, silicone-free SoftFit-Thermoplastic ear plugs ensure maximum hearing protection and wearer comfort. These ear plugs can be worn comfortably all day and will fit most adults, adolescents, and many children.
Nonoise™ earplugs. Designed specifically for live music fans.
- The only ear plug with a ceramic* filter
- Natural and crystal clear sound reproduction for full music enjoyment
- No muffling & allows conversation
- Lowest distortion, most effective attenuation
- Long life durability, even with frequent use
- Filters out only what you don’t want to hear
Listen to the NoNoise difference
All sound above 85 dB can cause permanent hearing damage. The NoNoise™ Music hearing protectors are precision tuned for optimal attenuation during concerts and festivals and are also ideal for musicians. All harmful sound variations are filtered out effectively, without compromising on sound quality. Sounds like music to your ears, doesn’t it?
All data in decibels (dB)
M = Mean attenuation; S = Standard deviation; APV = Assumed protection value;
SNR = Single number rating; H M L = Value in high medium and low frequency spectrum