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NRR, or Noise Reduction Rating, is a system set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a guide to indicate the amount of potential protection a hearing protection device will give in noisy environments. Products are tested under the Real Ear Method as directed by the American National Standard Institute (ANSI) in accordance with test procedures established by the Acoustical Society of America. Testing is performed in a controlled environment. Posted NRR ratings are qualified examples of how individual products compare with other similar hearing protection products in uncontrolled noise environments. The higher the number, the greater the noise protection.
I've had these for four years, changed batteries a couple of times, still work like their brand new. Electronics work well. The aux input is great so you can plug in your duty radio and listen for your call sign while you shoot.
If you're shooting for over a couple of hours or so, they aren't the most comfortable - no gel padding, just foam. Also, they are not waterproof.
Well worth the money
My first pair of these has withstood 5 years of hard use. They have survived hot and cold conditions, even a little rain and still worked fine after drying out. I am only replacing my first pair because plastic on one of the extension arms has broken off. The hearing protection element is still useful and they are my backup.
This ear-pro is great. it will amplify everything around you until you shoot. definitely top notch
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