Corpus Christi, TX (PRWEB) March 08, 2016
Hearing Aid Company of Texas is proud to offer advanced hearing protection for hunters and shooters. The potential for hearing loss is unfortunately very high for shooters and hunters, as, for example, a shotgun blast can reach 145 decibels, which is well above the safety threshold of 85 decibels.
Hearing protection is, therefore, a necessity for hunting and shooting, but the problem with disposable foam earplugs is that overall sound quality is impaired, which forces hunters to miss out on other important sounds. For example, with typical solid earplugs, it may be difficult to hear the sound of crunching leaves when tracking deer.
To protect against loud sounds while preserving sound quality, Hearing Aid Company of Texas suggests acquiring acoustical filtered earplugs. These earplugs are comfortable and durable, and can be custom-molded to the contours of the individual’s ear. They also contain a filter, which protects against certain sounds—like the sudden blast of a gun—while preserving normal sounds at safer volumes. This allows the wearer to carry on a normal conversation and listen for game when hunting, without needing to remove their hearing protection.
In addition to hunters and shooters, acoustical filtered earplugs are popular among motorcyclists, dentists, musicians, skydivers, emergency personnel, and concert spectators. The earplugs are perfect for any situation in which hearing must be protected but where sound quality and conversations are an important aspect of the event or process.
For more information on advanced hearing protection solutions, visit the Shooters/Hunting Hearing Protection web page at the Hearing Aid Company of Texas’ website.
About Hearing Aid Company of Texas
Hearing Aid Company of Texas has been proudly serving the communities of Corpus Christi, Calallen, Alice, Beeville, Kingsville, Rio Grande Valley, and Houston, Texas since 1990. The hearing specialists of Hearing Aid Company of Texas have assisted over 7,000 satisfied patients choose and implement a plan for their hearing recovery.
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