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Tiger Musicians Earplugs Noise Cancelling Hearing Protection, Festivals, Gigs £3.79 at DJM Music
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Tiger Musicians Earplugs Noise Cancelling Hearing Protection, Festivals, Gigs £3.79 at DJM Music

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Posted 27th Nov 2019

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21 Comments
Thanks OP. Bought 2xpairs
Thanks for this. I lost my work equivalent one's. Super cheap
Great, ordered a pair! Thx OP
Thanks OP, ordered a couple of pairs.
Reputable seller? Never heard of them before. Thanks
hotfinder27/11/2019 11:07

Reputable seller? Never heard of them before. Thanks


Rated well across trust pilot and google! Have had stuff from them before and no problems
Looks an absolute bargain. Grabbed a couple of spare pairs as I usually end up paying £15+ when I lose/wear out pairs.
Are these good for gig goers? I have a pair of plastic (silicone?) ones that I wear at gigs and they do the job fine but I find they soften the sound a little too much for my liking.
Btw, if you go to gigs a fair bit, LOOK AFTER YOUR EARS! IT'S REALLY IMPORTANT!
Bazallworks27/11/2019 11:25

Are these good for gig goers? I have a pair of plastic (silicone?) ones …Are these good for gig goers? I have a pair of plastic (silicone?) ones that I wear at gigs and they do the job fine but I find they soften the sound a little too much for my liking.


Same they block out too much noise imo, I normally just use a tissue. But if anyone used these in a gig please let me know.
andersonchenghy27/11/2019 11:47

Same they block out too much noise imo, I normally just use a tissue. But …Same they block out too much noise imo, I normally just use a tissue. But if anyone used these in a gig please let me know.


You’d probably be better with the SnR 20db model as these will block out less sound
johnm1927/11/2019 11:50

You’d probably be better with the SnR 20db model as these will block out l …You’d probably be better with the SnR 20db model as these will block out less sound


Yeh might get 2 of those and see how it goes. Only 5.5
BF2019 gets another 5% off
johnm1927/11/2019 11:50

You’d probably be better with the SnR 20db model as these will block out l …You’d probably be better with the SnR 20db model as these will block out less sound


It's not that it's too quiet, the volume isn't the problem but imo it makes the sound too 'soft'. Do you think those would help? Thanks!
Really good and comfy to wear
Ordered, ta
I ordered one too thanks (hope its better than those disposable ear plugs)
Bazallworks27/11/2019 12:31

It's not that it's too quiet, the volume isn't the problem but imo it …It's not that it's too quiet, the volume isn't the problem but imo it makes the sound too 'soft'. Do you think those would help? Thanks!


I do have a pair of the ones featured, and I’d say they’re more for consuming loud music (concerts, festivals etc) but I haven’t tried the EP-20’s. They’re said to be better for those playing and do have a completely different filter so I’d image they’ve been designed specially to keep as much of the original sound quality as possible
Handy with christmas coming up! Wont be able to hear the kids saying "can I have this?" And "can I have that?"
johnm1927/11/2019 12:43

I do have a pair of the ones featured, and I’d say they’re more for con …I do have a pair of the ones featured, and I’d say they’re more for consuming loud music (concerts, festivals etc) but I haven’t tried the EP-20’s. They’re said to be better for those playing and do have a completely different filter so I’d image they’ve been designed specially to keep as much of the original sound quality as possible


Can't decide what I should get now
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