Caldwell E-Max Low Profile Electronic Muffs




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  1. C. Ramirez says:
    39 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Can’t beat the features at this price., January 6, 2009
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    C. Ramirez (Stony Brook, NY) –
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    Great headphones. Bought them for Dad for Christmas, tried them out immediately. Wearing the headphones, you can hear whispering and talking, but then clap your hands – you can’t hear it at all! Only filters out super-loud frequencies, and it does a darn good job at it! Great for yard work or firing range use. I highly, highly recommend this for low-cost hearing protection. Beats earplugs any day of the week.

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  2. Eroc says:
    27 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Compared, July 25, 2011
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    Eroc

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    My Buddy and i took this pair and 4 other ear muffs out shooting to find out which ones we liked. We have narrowed it down to this and PELTOR PEL97044, we liked them both and were torn over the two. They both have great sound deadening, but i think these have the upper hand, witht he ease of battery install, one knob to adjust valume, and they amplify the outside noise to a higher volume then the Peltor ear muffs. We both liked the Peltor that they are more compact, and i think better looking, they dont have wires hanging our, and they have twice batteries, so they “should” last a little longer, however the accessing the batteries is kind of a pain, compared to the easy out side access panel the Caldwells. I think that either ear muff will work great for us, however these have the better sound, a slightly higher NRR (23 vs 20), and the one adjustment knob is easier to deal with, plus the Caldwell has a little simple “Idiot” light to let you know you left them on.

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