Musician Earplugs by Bernafon are designed to protect hearing while preserving all the subtleties and richness of music. Other earplugs, particularly foam, muffle sound so music and speech are not heard distinctly.
Music and speech reproduced through these earplugs sounds exactly as it would in an ear without an earplug, but at a lower (safer) loudness level. Musicians practice and perform in a variety of different settings and they are exposed to high levels of sound, sometimes for long periods. They require different amounts of hearing protection depending on the sound levels they encounter during rehearsals and performances.
9dB of attenuation. Minimal attenuation and high clarity. Recommended for string instruments, acoustic guitar and vocalists.
15dB of attenuation. Good attenuation and great clarity. Provides uniform sound reduction across all frequencies. Most versatile choice.
25dB of attenuation. Best attenuation and good clarity. Recommended for brass, percussion and amplified instruments.
ER Musician Plug options available upon request: style (canal, ½ shell, or shell), filter position (standard, partially countersunk or fully countersunk), strings (Formaseal only), clips (Formaseal only) and colour of molds and/or filter. Note: canal style is used unless specified otherwise. The standard material is Formaseal. The standard colour for the filter is beige (clear, red, blue and brown filters are optional).
Please contact us if you wish to customise your product.
Standard style is used unless specified otherwise.
- Partially Countersunk
- Fully Countersunk
ER Musician Plugs are easily cleaned after the filter is removed. Simply wash molds in warm water using a mild soap and allow to air dry. Replace when there are signs of discolouration, shrinkage, cracking, hardening of earmold material or deterioration in performance.
*NRR: Noise Reduction Rating
NRR Ratings: Please note that Noise Reduction Ratings are based on maximum attenuation values. Earmold fit and improper insertion will reduce these values. To determine exact ear specific attenuation levels, real ear measurements are recommended.