Ear protection/listening to music

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by TheLawnRangerLLC, Mar 20, 2011.

  1. ncknaklawns

    ncknaklawns LawnSite Senior Member
    from NY
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  2. lawnguy27

    lawnguy27 LawnSite Member
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  3. TheLawnRangerLLC

    TheLawnRangerLLC LawnSite Member
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    Thunder chicken - the link is www.earfuze.com

    Exact - I too have used my IEM's from Ultimate Ears, but they don't stay in place while working like they do when on stage or practicing... also, these are $50 vs over $200 like my UE IEM's are.
     
  4. cms289

    cms289 LawnSite Member
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    I use the Old QC2 Bose, we got the new QC15, I took the old QC2's we had (we both fly alot). Love them for flying, and they work very well, but they are expensive and not very tough. I have had to repair little stuff alot. They are not built for this kind of use. I expect them to be unusable before long this spring ;-)

    What do you guys think are the best electric noise cancelling with a tuner built in???
     
  5. ixlr8

    ixlr8 LawnSite Member
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    I had these custom ones made for when I was taking long trips on the motorcycle, reducing noise and being able to listen to music/intercom with passenger. I have found they work well quieting down the mowers and trimmers.
    http://www.earinc.com/p2-iplugz.php
     
  6. Exact Rototilling

    Exact Rototilling LawnSite Fanatic
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    Lawn Ranger,

    The fit kits on the Shure IEM might be a bit more forgiving and you might get a better fit out of them....? Under any circumstances I CAN NOT recommend anything other than the replaceable cable models since the cables go bad near the mini plug. There are quite of few of very unhappy people out there who bought the older Shure 500 series monitor at well over $400 just to have the cable break. In this business the cables get trashed quicker.
     
  7. thomask

    thomask LawnSite Member
    from KS
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  8. IRRITECH

    IRRITECH LawnSite Senior Member
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  9. Huling

    Huling LawnSite Member
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    I am with you. Peltor are great. However, I have found the cheaper analog model works better than the digital if you are not in a major city near the broadcast station. Just a thought. I have tried both.
     
  10. bmac1996acc

    bmac1996acc LawnSite Member
    from in GA
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    I use my iphone earbuds under some standard Husqvarna ear muffs.
     

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