EARPEACE launched its Sport Pro high-fidelity earplugs, further expanding its mission of enhancing the experiences people value most.
With some of the loudest sports stadiums reaching 100-130+ decibels (dBA), EARPEACE offers an easy solution that will help sports fans prevent Noise-Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL). According to the National Institute of Health, long or repeated exposure to sounds at, or above, 85 dBA can cause hearing loss. The louder the sound, the shorter the amount of time it takes for NIHL to happen.
Reducing the decibels and not the experience, EARPEACE Sport Pro offers big tech in a small package that allows sports fans to hear clearly without damaging their ears. Small enough to throw in a pocket, EARPEACE is a new everyday essential item for stadium-goers.
The patented EARPEACE SPORT PRO features:
▪ Contour earplugs that conform to the natural shape of one’s ear canal for a complete seal. Small and Standard sizes are included.
▪ A set of PRO 27dB filters, featuring a tuned acoustic mesh membrane that precisely replicates sound signatures for a clear and crisp audio experience.
▪ A clear connector cord.
▪ A dual chamber carrying case.
“Cheering at the top of my lungs to support my favorite teams and players across the world is one of the best feelings in the world,” commented Jay Clark, CEO and founder of EARPEACE. “Games at these stadiums and arenas are also some of the loudest events we attend. That’s why EARPEACE is thrilled to be bringing hearing protection designed specifically for SPORTS – earplugs made for fans.”
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in less than five minutes at a rock concert, NIHL has already begun. In the past year, roughly 25 million Americans have experienced tinnitus. As a result, hearing loss remains the third most common chronic physical condition in the United States and is twice as prevalent as diabetes or cancer.*
EARPEACE is trusted by The House Institute (the leading institute on hearing health research) in addition to NPR Music, Red Bull, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and more.