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To capture low level sound, the Impact Sport employs built-in microphones that amplify range commands and other important sounds. Users enjoy full, clear directional hearing in stereo. For protection, the Impact Sport actively listens and automatically shuts off amplification whenever harmful sound levels are reached. The earmuffs effectively block any noise, continuous or impulse, of 82dB or more. An external audio imput allows you to connect your IPOD or other audio source. It has a black leatherette headband with hunter green ear cups, a snap-on lid for quick and easy battery replacement, outstanding battery lifetime, and includes 2 AAA batteries.
Amplifies sounds 3x
Provides protection from noises over 82 dB
Equipped with an audio input jack cord for your MP3 player
External audio input connects to MP3 players and scanners
Amplifies conversation and commands with one single volume control knob
Automatic 4 hour shut-off increases battery life
Automatically blocks noise above 82 dB, noise reduction rating: NRR 22
Adjustable design folds for easy storage
ASIN#: B001T7QJ9O
Model number#: R-01526

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Same price as walmart

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Ordered me a pair.

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I think the lesson here is double up if you're going to be using these indoors. However, I think they'll be perfect for my intended use (hunting). I made the mistake of firing my AR .308 with muzzle break without hearing protection once. I will never do it again, but I don't want to lose out on ambient sound while hunting.

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I've recently returned a pair. Maybe they are great for outdoors but for a indoor handgun range they sucks. I like to wear earmuffs without secondary protection but those are too loud. Not enough noise reduction for me. Actually cheap electronic champion earmuffs from Walmart are much better.

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This isn't uncommon. Lots of people double up on ear pro indoors. These have a noise reduction rating a few db less than those champion ones you mention.

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These work without eye protection. Once eye protection is worn it pushes the muffs out and opens up a gap so everything is super loud.

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Want to love these, but I don't. Downsides/features:

With outside audio plugged in, the ambient sounds are still amplified. This config has its place, but doesn't work for my primary intended use (lawn mowing with music).

The internal speaker doesn't clip out for 22 shots or my lawnmower, making the nrr with the amplifier turned up much less than the 22 dB rating. It sometimes does with a 9mm rifle. It always does clip with a 45 or higher.

The low profile makes it easier for me to get a good cheek weld, but doesn't help my wife at all.

Being able to hear substantially better with these on than off is pretty cool.

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33 bucks now

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Mixed review here. I have a pair, but often just leave them turned off. I can hear range commands or a timer just fine w/o the amplification. So mostly they're just expensive low pro muffs. The one exception is using high powered rifles or something really loud like SBR's. Then you can put foamies in and these over the top as others have suggested.

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Great deal for the price!

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How to increase the hearing protection and still have conversation.

These are GREAT! They're just perfect for me. I hesitated for a long time because of the rather measly 22 NRR rating. I have 33NRR muffs and 33NRR plugs and sometimes I even double up.

What I didn't take into account was that these AMPLIFY. When that finally registered in my brain, I knew what to try. Sure enough, I pop in 33 plugs, put these on, and then turn them ALL the way up. So now I'm doubled up with 55 (yes I know that's not how it works) for the gunshots, and my conversational hearing is at about 90%

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I wear hearing aids and was having trouble hearing others when wearing traditional muffs. These were a great solution. Comfortable, yet they don't make my hearing aids squeal. Worked so well, I got some for my mom for Mother's Day. She also wears hearing aids and they helped her a lot.

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I guess I'll be the odd man out.

I have a set of these and find that they are not that great indoors. They just don't provide nearly the hearing protection of my older, larger, and far less expensive earmuffs. Probably decent for outdoors, but far less (at least for me) indoors when the guy in the lane next to you is banging away with his .308

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What kind of fruitcake is shooting a .308 at an indoor range?

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Well, oddly enough this fruitcake does from time to time. One of my local ranges has a 100yrd indoor facility that's great for zeroing scopes...especially when the weather is being anything but hospitable. ;)

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I have a range right down the street same set up! oddly enough I need to sight in my 308 on my next trip, lol. I plan to double up.

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Borrowed my friend's pair the other day at the range. Was impressed. He said he paid $40 a year or so ago. Might bite the proverbial bullet and pick up a pair for myself. Only thing I don't like is it's only NPR 22. The cheap foam Hear-Os I've relied on forever are NPR 33.

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Best 'muffs I've owned.. have a second set for guest shooters.

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Comes up $40.99 with free shipping on Amazon

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Shows $40.99 + free SH...

How did you get $29+5?

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it was a third party not a deal from amazon, they have since sold out.

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