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Now you can afford to experience the advantages of hunting with sound amplification. This extremely compact and lightweight ear bud system from RedHead features 5 levels of volume control that can be quickly adjusted to fit your particular hunting situation. Independent volume and tone adjustments; protective decibel-limiting feature prevents damage to your hearing by reducing rapid, loud noises such as gunshots. Includes 3 different sizes of ear tips for a secure, comfortable fit; each bud operates on a single LR44 coin-cell battery (included).
Manufacturer model #: RH-ITEECS.
would not buy again
if this hearing plug would have a on/off switch it would be a 4 1/2 star product ! i find battery's are very hard to remove for people with big fingers like myself
June 18, 2012
I have not tried this product on the range or in the field yet. I have tried them in the house and they are impossible to adjust while in your ear. If seated too deeply in the ear canal they shut off. If seated where they will work they fall out easily. Also if you don't take the battery out it will drain the battery even with the setting on Zero. Overall this is not a user friendly product and I doubt that I will use them at all in the field due to the difficulty in adjusting them while in your ear. I will say that the amplification is good but they feel like they will fall out at the least movement. I don't need another product that distracts me while in the stand.
August 16, 2011
waste of money
One of the units worked for a day so i changed the battery still it didn't work. the second unit didn't work at all. So into a land fill somewhere.
April 18, 2011
Good buy ... for the money
I used these extensively this duck season. They are a good buy for the money. I used a small piece of 'cloth camo tape' over the sound hole to minimize the wind noise, which was quite bad. This modification helped greatly and I would/will order another pair as soon as I lose one of mine. It would be nice if there was an on/off switch.
March 9, 2011
im 51 years old and have worked road cont. all my life and have been around alot of loud noises that has damaged my ears and so on, at night when we sit down to watch tv i have to turn it up so loud that others are putting there fingers in there ears, and i was thinking of trying something like this and was wondering how long of battery life they have. ty
Yes they will help considerably. I did try them with the tv but I do not know the battry life while in use. I do know that I left the batteries in the units in what I thought was in the "off" position and when I tried to use them a couple of days later the batteries were dead and had to be replaced. So if you use them for tv I would recommend removing the batteries after each use.
It will vary depending on use. There is no way to give you a number. Product requires more power for sound enhancement or sound reduction. One of the reviews on this page talks about power usage, it may give you some insight.
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