I never thought I was sensitive to noise, until I tried these! I bought them for concerts and events but now also use them anywhere else, it's making me calmer and I can concentrate a lot more easier. I love them! - Inge N. who bought Loop Experience pro
It’s not just the ringing in your ears the next day. In the moment, nobody worries about that. It is the quality of the sound and being able to hold conversations with the people around you, if you wish. Our ear plugs for concerts and festivals mean that you can see the bands, singers and DJ’s you love, without worrying about damaging your hearing. Regularly attending live music without hearing protection could put you at risk of developing tinnitus. Wearing earplugs for music festivals, concerts and live music means you can still enjoy high fidelity sound quality, without the risk of hearing damage.
How do you protect your ears at a concert?
Live music earplugs are the best way to protect your hearing at gigs, music festivals, concerts and night clubs. Specially designed live music earplugs like the Loop Experience (Pro) reduce the levels of noise you’re exposed to by 18-20 decibels. This is important because our hearing can be damaged by prolonged exposure to noises above 70 dB – and live music is often around 90-100 dB (or more).
Unlike generic foam ear plugs, the Loop Experience (Pro) doesn't muffle sound quality. You'll still be able to hear the music crystal clear thanks to their high-fidelity attenuation.
How many decibels do ear plugs block?
Different kinds of live music earplugs can block different levels of noise. For example, the Loop Experience (Pro) reduces noise levels at concerts by 18 to 20 dB. This can be further reduced with the Loop Mute add-on which can bring noise levels down by 27 decibels.
While all kinds of earplugs will reduce the number of decibels you're exposed to, you should also think about sound quality and attenuation. Choosing generic foam ear plugs will cut out all sound. That means the music you hear is seriously muffled and distorted - reducing your enjoyment of the gig. Specialised earplugs for concerts give you the best of both worlds.
What are the best earplugs for concerts?
The best earplugs for concert goers need to sit comfortably in your ear, reduce the noise levels you are exposed to, and also let you clearly hear the music. Live music earplugs like the Loop Experience (Pro) reduce noise by up to 20 decibels, which is more than enough for most concerts. But, if you listen to especially loud music, the Loop Mute add-on can reduce noise levels further by up to 27 dB.Going to gigs isn't just about listening to the music. Good ear plugs for concerts and music festivals need to look the part and allow you to hold conversations with the people around you - even when the sound levels are especially high. The Loop Experience (Pro) earplugs for concerts have an eye-catching ring design that sits attractively in-ear. They also allow you to clearly hear people you’re speaking with, so you can enjoy the social side of gig-going too.