Concert & Festival

Why do I need ear plugs to go to a concert or a festival?

If you enjoy going to concerts, festivals, or anywhere else with loud music, it's important to protect your ears. Exposure to loud music can cause a range of potential problems, from tinnitus and headaches through to long-term hearing loss. Earjobs specialises in concert ear plugs for maximum protection with minimal impact on the listening experience.

Tinnitus is a pervasive problem faced by people around the world. While tinnitus is not only experienced by music lovers, exposure to regular loud music can cause tinnitus. Defined as a physical symptom, tinnitus is experienced by an estimated 1 in 3 Australian people.

Most people describe tinnitus as ringing in the ears, although it can also be experienced as whistling, buzzing, hissing, humming, or roaring. Tinnitus is most often experienced in one ear, although it can be experienced in both. While some people have chronic tinnitus that lasts for years, it is often intermittent on a short-term or long-term basis.

Concerts and festivals can be very loud, with even a few minutes of exposure possibly causing tinnitus and other hearing damage. The average concert is between 110 dB and 120 dB, which is much higher than the safe limits advised to avoid hearing problems. Wearing concert ear plugs from Earjobs is the best way to protect your ears and enjoy the music you love at the same time.

What ear plugs are best for concerts?

If you're attending concerts, festivals, or clubs, it's important to get specialised earplugs for music concerts so you can enjoy the music experience and avoid hearing loss. Not all ear plugs are designed to handle loud music, with some not providing enough protection and others damping so many frequencies that it ruins your listening pleasure. Earjobs sells high fidelity custom moulded festival ear plugs for maximum ear protection with minimum impact on your hearing.

f you're looking for the best earplugs for concerts, we sell a range of products to suit your needs. Our earplugs are made with many different materials, including foam, metal, wax, reusable materials, and silicone. Our special high definition filters are ideal for concert-goers, festival heads, and anyone else who wants to enjoy the wonders of live music without risking lifelong tinnitus and hearing damage.

How to insert ear plugs to go to a concert?

Inserting earplugs for concerts is quick and easy with our guide. It's never been easier to protect your ears at concerts: Simply wash your hands, roll the ear plugs between your fingers, pull your ears up and back, and carefully insert the plugs before holding them for 10-20 seconds to ensure a tight seal.

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