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Rooth C&P Earplugs

Rooth C&P Earplugs

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Verified Purchaser
I've got a set of blue, and later was able to get the red (highest Db rating this company makes) and have been very satisfied. Having worn them to the gun range, I was able to hear people talk, and my ears did not ring at any point. In short, they do what they say they do: save your ears. And oddly (actually again it's per their design goals) when I wear the less, 'blue' set in the car, I don't need to have the radio up so loud to hear the details of the music. The droning of the road noise becomes background noise, and the music is easier to discern. They hold up to washing (as directed) - a bit of soft hand soap and enough water to suds up and rinse off. I use ear plugs pretty regularly, and it's been nice not to get a new pair every other month like I used to do.
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Actually, I wear a similar pair while I ride my Harley. About to pick up the reds cuz they offer more db protection. They literally just filter out the engine noise and you can hear everything else. It's really weird tbh.
Taylorm368
insightful, thank you!
Verified Purchaser
I have both the purple and green (9dB and 15dB) variants of these earplugs.
As you may already guess by the options I selected, I like these earplugs because they are not earplugs in the strictest sense of the word. 9dB attenuation is not much, and that is exactly why these earplugs are great. They allow you to quiet a loud environment while still being fully capable of operating with spatial awareness, and being able to listen to people talk.
One thing that you might not expect, is that these earplugs can help you hear the person next to you in a loud environment. By deadening the background noise, the relatively stronger voice of your friend easily comes through the filter.
Comfortable, easy to clean, and small. They work well and I would totally buy them again.
Verified Purchaser
I see some negative reviews but I love these. I'm a band teacher and working drummer. These have been great to allow me to protect my ears while still hearing everything that is going on. They cut out the extra dbs and the harsh frequencies but I can still hear clearly. I have not had any problem with them fitting and I have smaller ear canals that make it hard for me to find good fitting earplugs. Definitely recommend.
Verified Purchaser
Spectacularly successful at doing exactly what they say they'll do, Rooth C&P earplugs let me enjoy concerts again. No more do I need to hide at the back, protecting my hearing from the overly-loud setting that seems to be increasingly common (possibly because of hearing loss in the punters!). Now I can get in amongst it - and, most importantly, without losing any of the sound quality. Instead, these amazing gadgets simply lower the volume! Genius and magic. I love 'em and continually pitch them to my friends.
Verified Purchaser
These are comfortable, discrete, and bring down the sound level without muffling or distorting. Perfect for concerts, loud bars, hockey games, etc. I have two pairs because I hate getting caught without them. I will never go to a concert without these for hearing protection again if I can help it. Hearing loss sucks, folks. Protect yourself.
Verified Purchaser
Awesome ear plugs that still let you still hear details. I picked these up after I broke my paid of DUBS and I find I like these much better. I picked up the blue version and the hearing protection is great, but I don't find that everything is too muffled with them. These fit my ears better than DUBS did (DUBS are great too, I'm not knocking them) and I find they have a much lower profile, so it isn't as immediately obvious that you are wearing earplugs. The blue version are perfect for very loud bars and live music. I would go up a level if I were going to a rock concert though.
Verified Purchaser
They have got potential. But with my ears, they hurt. Can't use these for a long period.
Verified Purchaser
I survived an RPX showing of Alita with the red variant, 27 decibel (db) rating of theses earplugs but I did still get a weird deeper wave of a tinnitus spike after the film. Overall I think the plugs are sufficient for most applications thanks to the stellar Do keep in mind however that prolonged exposure to really loud sounds can still affect you as even with a hefty 27 db some movies and concerts can hit the 100db range pretty often making the relative loudness still pretty dang loud. The plugs work well as intended but the fit was a bit wonky and made it a bit difficult to seat and remover properly which is the only reason for me taking off a star. The best way I've found to seat these babies is to have the little flap pointed upwards and a little to the front so it's more accessible around the weird curves of the ear. Comfort will be a bit subjective, but in my case, I've got larger ear canals, they were just ok, tolerable and unobtrusive, but I could still tell they were there. Overall excellent plugs that I would definitely recommend to anyone prone to loud events or anyone with tinnitus/hearing loss like me, just don't overdue it!
Verified Purchaser
Very happy with this product. Comfortable fit. 8 hrs of use in a noisy manufacturing environment served well. Does not impeded daily conversations. Blue model
Verified Purchaser
Theses are ear savers! Tested out the blue version by standing next to a pair of these http://voidacoustics.com/docs/products/Venu_210i.shtml at one of my favorite clubs. Loved that when I got home I could hear like I had never had my face in a subwoofer the whole night. Fantastic purchase and highly recommended for bassheads like myself!
Verified Purchaser
Easy to use and effective. I top off with over the ear muffs when I shoot and the combo seems to work well. Even with both protections I can hear speech and discharges are muffled.
Verified Purchaser
Got both the blue and red variants for use at stupid loud rock shows, which is something I like. These are such a step up from those foam cylinders -- and what a relief after a show to have zero ringing(sign of damage) and really no obvious leftover issues after hours of pounding music. Vocals and guitar parts were almost easier to discern as my ear drums weren't getting overloaded with decibels. Super happy with these...
Verified Purchaser
Brought to edc and stood next to the speakers. They work great! They can fall out a little after long use.
Verified Purchaser
These are great. I have the blue ones, and I can definitely say they are perfect for loud situations when you want to preserve your hearing as best you can. I've used these in loud bars, in the car when my SO wanted to jam to a very loud song, and many more times. They're discreet, and unless someone is really trying to study your ears, they won't notice they're there. What surprised me the most was how clear the sound was with them in. While driving my car, I wanted to test how well they worked, so I turned the radio up to an uncomfortable level, and put them in. I noticed I could still hear my spare change rattling even with them on, but the music seemed to just get quieter. It's crazy how well they work at filtering sound but not all sound. I can have regular conversations with them in no problem. I highly recommend these.
Verified Purchaser
Awesome set of earplugs
Verified Purchaser
I'm a violinist so I bought the purple set for symphony rehearsals/concerts. It's perfect for those really loud sections when the brass and the percussion are going ham, but for quiet moments I have a difficult time hearing the rest of my section. It makes blending my sound difficult. Over-all, they're good for what I bought them for, but not perfect for every situation. And this is user error on my part, but I have no idea how to get the filter in to the smaller shells. I think they'd fit my ears a lot better but I can't find anything that says how to take them apart. Edit: Changed my review to 4 stars because the smaller shells are perfect for me.
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Captain_Squab
Hello, i also had to get the filters in the smaller shell. The fit is great for my small ears canals. To make the change of shells, look for the video « How to Install and Remove Attenuation Filters for Eargasm High Fidelity Earplugs » on the eargasmearplugs.com website.
DenisF
Thank you so much! ♥
Verified Purchaser
I've purchased those mainly for techno parties in Paris. Not the ones in club, but more the ones you can happening in the suburbs of Paris, in big and empty warehouse or other mysterious underground parking lots. Meaning, there are no reason for the planners (and no will) to respect the legal sound level in France (102db at most in clubs). Tried them at the Possession (on 24th of November). And was really pleased by the effectiveness of those earplugs ! I bought them in -21db (party) and the attenuation was just perfect. Still able to hear everything, and even discuss while wearing them without any problem. And no ear fatigue the day after (those kind of events can be quite hard on the ear, I mean industrial techno at probably around 110db or more from midnight to noon isn't what your ears would like to endure on a daily basis). In the end, highly recommended !
Verified Purchaser
I purchased the orange varient as I attend a wide variety of concerts. I've used them for everything from death metal to ska bands. They work great. I think some people over emphasize how good they are for hearing people talking near you. But you can definitely hear people better than if you use the foam earplugs for sure. I think they are a good product for the price.
Verified Purchaser
Some real boolery happening here, 10/10 would recommend
Verified Purchaser
I got the U-Fit Earplugs, and they were phenomenally bad at a concert. There was some kind of bizarre resonant issue where I was CONVINCED the PA speakers and/or microphone at the venue were clipping badly - until I switched to regular cheap foam earplugs. Do not buy.
Verified Purchaser
Wondering what these are for, and why you might want them? Many people have used foam ear plugs like these to protect their ears from loud noises coming from power tools, motorcycles, etc. :
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If you have, you know that not only is the volume of the sound reduced, but it is also muffled. Your surrounding environment sounds a lot like you're underwater. What these earplugs do is give you the same type of reduction in volume, only they don't distort the sound in the process. Everything still sounds crystal clear. If you've ever been to a concert, and your ears are ringing at the end of the show, well, that's what hearing damage sounds like. Earplugs like this prevent both that ear-ringing sensation and the hearing damage. Which ones should I pick? Each of the different colors corresponds with a specific sound reduction in decibels. The way they are labelled provides good guidance (heayy metal, stadium, etc.). I use the blue -21dB version for concerts and in my garage wood shop, and have found that they provide good all around protection. How well do they work? It depends entirely on the fit. As with in-ear headphones, if you get a good fit, you will bring out their full capabilities. If you get a good fit, the result is fantastic. The difference in attending a concert with these is huge. The sound at rock concerts is often a loud, muddy mess. With these on, it sounds much more like what you get with a live recording. The lyrics are much clearer, and you can hear whatever nonsense the singer is blathering on about between songs, so you can confidently yell "shut up and sing!!" And you walk out of the concert with your ears feeling normal. My only real complaint is that chewing makes them come loose, but it's a minor annoyance compared to the benefit. Final thoughts Be sure to test them at home before you really need them. Put them on and then put your headphones over them. Carefully turn up the volume and verify that they work. You'll know if they do. There are two different size sleeves in each package, one small, one large. The colored insert is interchangeable between them. For firearms, only use the ones labelled for firearm use. Don't use the clear rubber ones. I use a different type of hearing protection when shooting, so my review above doesn't apply to those. There are many variants of this type of earplug on the market from other makers - among others, Etymotic, V-Moda, and Eargasm (Marketing should be lined up against the wall and beaten with a stick for that name). If you don't feel good about the fit, return them and try a different type.
Verified Purchaser
i have the shooting earplugs. they do a great job of blocking noise-- can't fault em for that, but there are a couple of issues that keep me from being able to unreservedly recommend these. they are double-sided, which is a nice feature. one side filters everything, the other side lets conversation through a bit easier. but even if these were single sided they'd be slightly too long for my ear canal, so the double-sided design makes them stick quite far out of my ears. when i go shooting, i like to double up with both earplugs and shooting earmuffs, but with the plugs sticking so far out of my ears it can get very uncomfortable to wear muffs on top. that said, the included case is very convenient to keep on my field jacket, and they do the job they were designed for quite well. it's nice to know i'll have a pair handy when needed, even if i think i'll be sticking with the disposable foam kind for putting under my earmuffs until i can find something reusable that doesn't stick out so far. so while they aren't perfect for my purposes, they aren't totally useless.
musou
In the discussion thread someone mentioned that the unused side can be removed. If it is true, it will help resolve your mentioned issues
phoenixsong
nice thanks! good lookin out!
Verified Purchaser
I have purchased multiple sets of this as I work in content and live production. I've recommended this to many of the folks that I've worked with that spend a ton of time in concert pits or similar environments, and we can all thank Rooth for creating a product that lives up to its listed specs.
Having tried a multitude of off the shelf and custom earplugs, I can say that the Rooth's hit a sweet spot between price, comfort, and safety. Nothing has pain me more than losing one of my custom earplugs mid production... the Rooth's at this price point and spec are a great buy.
Verified Purchaser
Rooth earplugs are outstanding! I purchased the highest level of protection -- 27 decibels -- for use at my gun range. I can stand next to high-powered rifles without flinching, yet I can have a conversation with someone, too. The only people who I cannot hear are low-talkers.