Musicians and DJs are at great risk of incurring hearing loss as a result of the fact that they are often in areas with loud music. For a musician, his/her hearing is the most essential gear. Hearing loss has a direct impact on how they are able to perform their job or passion. Therefore, excellent hearing protection is essential during repetitions, performances and concerts. Our luxury model MusicSafe Pro has been specifically developed for performers.
MusicSafe Pro contains three different and exchangeable sets of music filters with outstanding sound characteristics with low, medium and high attenuation rates. These special music filters guarantee an optimal protection without loss of clarity, while at the same time you can perfectly enjoy the music.
MusicSafe Pro earplugs are produced from a very soft, flexible and durable thermoplastic 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. MusicSafe Pro earplugs with special music filters are an open system, so that one has no feeling of isolation.
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| Reviews: 13 | Jen
Got these almost 3 years ago on the recommendation of a friend. I used the a LOT, 3-4 times a week at band practises and very loud rock gigs for several hours. they discoloured slightly but aside from that felt like new. I recently lost them so am buying more now. They are really good in terms of sound clarity. They reduce volume without muffling the sound. For the money I think they are an amazing buy. The fact that I'm buying these again speaks for itself.
The white looks kindof pinky/cream after a year or so. Maybe pick a colour that won't look so dirty? Another UV glow golour would be good though (easier to find a dropped earplug on a club floor that way). I think they're great.
Having tried several alternatives I can honestly say these are great, especially for the price. Very clear and allow the detail to still be heard without being muffled. I no longer gig (be it playing or watching) without them.
Round pocket case is great. The main 'box' doesn't stay shut without some tape but apart from that all good.
| Claire Aitken
I have worn these for years to protect me at gigs. Even in the front row of a Mogwai concert these guys still hold up with comfort and protection - I wouldn't wear anything less than a quality product like these. The key ring carry case is ideal. Thank you Alpine!
| Mads Maybom
I really love them and the idea that you can change how much sound they will block and that you can have them with you everywere.
Thats something noone else does even though its so important.
so thank you for an amazing product.
Well it could be nice to have the container in another more sturdy material.
Great protection, really good quality!
The travelbox is not good: it opens and you lose either the earplugs, the box itself or both.
As a professional Mobile DJ, my ears take a beating. I was noticing my ears would ring after my gigs. Honestly I was scared. My Doctor said to try ear plugs. But normal ear plugs, just kill everything off. I could hear myself talk and not what people were saying. So I went on a web surfing journey to find a better solution. I have tried many different ear plugs. But nothing comes close to offer what Alpine MusicSafe has done for me, I can hear everything, but my ears no longer ring after a gig!
Comfortable, compact, and simple to use. What more could you ask for? Keep them clean.
I play in a band, and go to gigs every month at least. I then developed tinnitus in the last 2 years. Tried a few different earplugs, mainly foam and silicon based, but I could never heard my guitar properly with them in. With the white tips of these ones in, I can hear myself playing and thankfully don't have the extreme ringing after practices and gigs. Exactly what you want. Oh & PS, their customer service is top notch!
These are very good earplugs, probably the best for their price. I've tried cheaper 'plugs--ClearE.A.R. and A.C.S. ER20--but these have better balance across the frequency spectrum and are more comfortable. The guy who served me in the music shop had these on his key ring so they must be good!
The balance over the frequency spectrum isn't quite consistent across the three filters: as attenuation decreases there's a shift towards the bass. (Don't just rely on the "average" SNR. Check the performance figures on the insert.)
To ensure comfort, use the insertion tool; the 'plugs might not be as comfortable if using fingers alone. Getting the things out of the key ring container can be a bit fiddly if you don't put them back in right. (The trick is put one in the insertion tool.)
The detachable lid's screw thread is quite shallow. Make sure the lid is tightly shut as that's the part with the key ring attachment. An extra couple of millimetres on the screw thread would have been more reassuring.
The important thing, though, is that these earplugs do the job.
I'm a professional musician and have been using these ear plugs for the past three years or so. The great thing about them is that you can change the filter to suit the environment. I never go anywhere without them - they keyring box is an ingenious idea. I actually have two sets and keep one in my guitar case.
It would be great if you could buy spare parts, or if it came with another applicator as I've lost one from of my sets and they're hard to put in without one.
I'm going to clubbing a lot, 3-4 times per week, so I thought was time to buy some earplugs. I went for this one as they are supposed to be some kind of "professional", I don't like cheap stuff.
They have 3 different filters so you can change them depending on the club/party where you (music higher or lower).
I'm really surprised on this items, after 2 weeks using them, I can't go out with them. The music is lower, no distortion, but the best thing is that I hear the people speak super clear, especially in the dancefloor. Now I can talk with everybody without any problems, even under the speaker, they are the one who need to lean in to listen me better :) I feel protected and sound is clistar clear.
5 stars, really recommended!
The travel box is very useful, you could make the bottom of it flat instead of rounded, so it stays on itself instead of falling down.
Alpine MusicSafe earplugs are the most comfortable and effective models for my ears. I've been a professional DJ, musician, and vocalist for three decades, and also attend concerts of all sorts and sizes on a weekly basis. Along the way, I've tried every over-the-counter earplug made, including wax, foam, and other silicon products (Etymotic / Hearos). Alpines are the only ones that don't begin to get painful after an hour or so. They are also the only ones that allow me to use different inserts to alter the attenuation, which is fantastic: it just never made sense to use the same plugs at an intimate, indoor acoustic show and a full-blown stadium rock concert.
Fantastic product. Just wish I had them for the last gig. I couldn't believe how much I could still hear with these in but they lowered the volume just enough. These are my first set of proper plugs and were highly recommended by my friend who uses these for gigging.
| Graeme Walker
I have been using the music safe pro for a couple of years now and have to say they are great. I work in a theatre and live music venue and also regularly attend music events. I love loud music but I am very aware of the dangers too much of it can present. I wear the Pro safe both at work and at events. They are extremely comfortable which is important as I often have to wear them for long periods. The ability to adjust the level of noise reduction is also important as I can vary this according to the event. A great product that means I can enjoy the show and know my hearing is being protected.
How to insert MusicSafe Pro earplugs
To insert the protectors, use the enclosed insertion tube. Slide the tube over the filter stem.
Slightly pull up your ear and insert the hearing protector into the ear.
Rotate the insertion tube until the protector fits snugly.
Is the earplug too long?
The earplug may protrude from your ear. In that case, carefully remove the filter from the earplug.
Then cut off a small section of the stem and replace the filter in the earplug.
How to clean MusicSafe Pro earplugs? Alpine MusicSafe Pro earplugs last longer if you look after them and clean them regularly.