TECHNICAL DATA

For WildEar® Custom Electronic Hearing Protectors
  • 100% Digital: 4 Amplification Programs

  • Maximum Gain: 30 dB

  • Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) – vent closed: 26 dB

  • Impulse Peak Insertion Loss (IPIL) – vent closed:  23 dB reduction for 132 dB peak impulses; 31 dB reduction for 150 dB peak impulses; and 32 dB reduction for 168 dB peak impulses

  • Battery Life: #13 Zinc Air Battery - 500 Hours

  • Low Battery Alert: audible beeping

Amplification Programs:

 

Choose the frequency response and volume setting that works best for you – easily changeable for different settings and listening needs.

Program #1: Default channel when device is initially turned on. Provides a natural sound experience by enhancing hearing capabilities across a broad frequency range.

              Program #2 - #4: Provides reduced low frequency response while enhancing higher pitch sounds and maintaining tone balance.

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Why electronic hearing protection?

Passive hearing protectors can be very effective against loud noise. However, passive hearing protectors are not selective in the amount of protection they provide. Passive protectors reduce both loud and quiet sounds by the same amount. This means that although the user is protected, he or she may miss out on everyday sounds such as speech and environmental sounds.

Electronic hearing protectors, on the other hand, use battery-powered electronic circuitry to sample ambient sounds in real time. Quiet sounds are allowed to pass through the earpiece, and very quiet sounds can be amplified to provide a “hearing boost” for the user. But when an incoming sound is too loud, then the electronic circuitry automatically reduces that sound to a safe level. Our Sound Guard™ electronic technology allows WildEar customers to hear game sounds and conversations normally, or even with an enhanced volume boost. But when sounds become dangerously loud, Sound Guard™ will keep your ears protected. We know you want to hear deer and turkey, not loud duck calls and gunfire. 

WildEar electronic hearing protectors offer a variety of frequency and volume settings that allow you to tune your protectors in ways that work best for you. Settings are easily changeable for different environments and listening needs.