Posted June 28, 2017 9:00 am by Comments

By Dr. Martin D. Topper

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<div data-cycle-hash="hearing-protection-1" data-cycle-desc="3M Peltor Tactical Pro: These folding earmuffs have an NRR of 26, and they also amplify low sounds by up to 18 decibels. Their compression threshold is 82 decibels with an attack time of 2 milliseconds. The Tactical Pro also has an amplifier, a volume control and a microphone in each cup for stereophonic sound and improved directionality. It runs on two AA batteries. " data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>

<div data-cycle-hash="hearing-protection-3" data-cycle-desc="Champion Electronic Earmuffs: This highly affordable earmuff-style protector has a noise reduction rating of 25 decibels, and it also amplifies low-level sounds. Champion's electronic hearing protector is also collapsible for easy storage when you're not on the firing line. Its power source is four AAA batteries." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>Champion Electronic Earmuffs hearing protection

<div data-cycle-hash="hearing-protection-2" data-cycle-desc="Caldwell E-Max Low Profile Mossy Oak Break-Up: This unit has an NRR of 23. Its low-profile design and Mossy Oak Break-Up finish make it useful for hunters with long guns. The noise compression threshold is 84 decibels. Its dual microphones provide stereophonic hearing, and it amplifies low sounds made by approaching game animals. It's powered …Read the Rest

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