Custom moulded ear plugs protection
As a professional DJ you will have constant exposure to a loud environment which will cause you serious hearing problems if you don’t invest in some high quality earplugs.
Hearing damage from DJing can result in permanent hearing loss or tinnitus.
Our specialist earplugs won’t limit your ability to hear the people around you. Our professional DJ ear protection will filter out the dangerous noise, while still letting you hear people talking to you and the music you are playing.
What are music earplugs?
When performing as a musician you will also need ear protection, so if you are combining an instrument like drums with your DJ set you will still be able to play and hear each beat.
What are the best earplugs for concerts?
It’s not just the DJ or musician who needs ear protection, if you are an avid concert goer you might not realise the damage you are doing to your hearing by attending concert after concert.
It is important that you invest in some high quality earplugs so you can still enjoy the music. Our earplugs will not muffle the music and still let you hear enough volume to fully appreciate every note, but they will protect you from damage to your hearing.
How can I get some DJ ear protection?
01923 372101 (Radlett) or 01462 506074 (Hitchin)
and book your hearing consultation at The Hearing Clinic.
Frequently Asked Questions
QHow to protect your hearing as a DJ?
ADJs are particularly at risk from hearing loss as they often perform in confined, indoor spaces, such as nightclubs and DJ booths, and for prolonged amounts of time.
Get yourself some noise reducing earplugs and put them in as soon as you enter a club, even if you’re not due to do your set for a while. After your set take a break outside to let your hearing recover.
QWhat are the best earplugs for concerts?
ANoise reducing earplugs will lower the volume without you feeling removed from the music. Those made from silicone or thermoplastic may be more comfortable if you need to wear them for long periods.
QDo earplugs help at concerts?
AThey certainly do – to the point that some bands, like Pearl Jam, hand them out for free to fans attending their gigs. Earplugs will reduce the volume to a safe level while maintaining the sound quality, and you’ll still be able to talk to your friends.
QWhy do musicians wear earplugs when playing in concerts?
AWhen your job is playing music, unless you’re in a string quartet, chances are the music will be on the loud side, and the effects are only made worse if you’re in the confined space of a small venue, an orchestra pit or a stage.
However, it’s only been relatively recently that musicians have recognised the problem and started to wear earplugs to protect their hearing when they play. Sadly it’s too late for some. Famous musicians, from Neil Young to Eric Clapton and Chris Martin, have been open about their noise-induced hearing loss.