MusicSafe Classic natural sound ear plugs from Alpine Hearing Protection
offer the same great features as the
except that the Classic version has two sets of interchangeable acoustic filters
instead of three. The set of filters that is omitted in the Classic are the
white filters, which offer the lowest attenuation. For professional singers and
those using their MusicSafe ear plugs in environments where you need just a
little attenuation to take the edge off the noise you hear, we recommend the
MusicSafe Pro. For most applications, however, the MusicSafe Classic gives you
just what you need: a choice of two levels of hearing protection.
filters are designed for listening to music while providing optimum hearing
protection without loss of clarity. MusicSafe earplugs are very comfortable, and
do not cause pressure on or in the ear. Instructions for use are included in the
Dual-Flange Silicone Design for maximum comfort and a great acoustic seal
that fits most adults.
Thermo-Reactive silicone rubber material that softens at body temperature for an unusually comfortable fit that is ideal for extended wear.
Low-profile Stem Design for a less noticeable appearance on stage, at the
concert or at the club.
Interchangeable attenuation filtersthat let you choose the level of
attenuation you need in specific situations.
Natural Sound Technologyto clearly hear your music and voices at a
comfortable, safe volume.
Sturdy and stylish silver-colored hard plastic carry/storage case.
For a value-priced alternative to
and MusicSafe Classic we recommend Alpine
ear plugs. PartyPlugs are fitted with a single set of filters that are not interchangeable. These filters are equivalent to the Silver filters provided with
and Classic, and are appropriate for many common applications.
MusicSafe Classic Acoustic Filter
Average Attenuation Values
Gold Filter (High Protection)
the dB (decibel) scale, which is a non-linear scale, a 10 dB reduction
in volume is perceived as half as loud, so the difference in loudness
between the two filters will be perceived as a 25-40% difference in
loudness, depending on the particular frequencies (Hz) present in the
sound being heard.