10 Best Electronic Hearing Protection

Updated on: May 2022

Best Electronic Hearing Protection in 2022


Howard Leight by Honeywell Impact Sport Sound Amplification Electronic Shooting Earmuff, Classic Green (R-01526)

Howard Leight by Honeywell Impact Sport Sound Amplification Electronic Shooting Earmuff, Classic Green (R-01526)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

Walker's Razor Slim Electronic Muff, Black

Walker's Razor Slim Electronic Muff, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Razor" ultra-thin rubberized cups
  • Two Omni directional microphones
  • Provides sound activated protection over 89 dB at 0.02 reaction time
  • Noise reduction rating of 23dB.
  • Operates on 2 'AAA' batteries- Included

Shooting Ear Protection Electronic Shooting Earmuffs Ultimate Combat Design

Shooting Ear Protection Electronic Shooting Earmuffs Ultimate Combat Design
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • The aim to design this ear protection. These are very cool-looking earmuffs, in which we use a new internal chip, after studying the current problems of earmuffs on the market in US, we improved our product. And designed with stereo sound, the sound heard through internal amplifiers is very stereo, realistic and clear, and can also identify the location of the sound. Hope we can offer all the shooting amateur perfect tactical equipment and give all tactical enthusiasts a more perfect experience.
  • Paint with Japan imported painting, has better protection, can prevent damage to the surface, no fade after long time exposure under the irradiation of UV. The volume control button is designed vertically, more difficult than horizontal design, more convenient to users. Can adjust the amplification effect according to your needs, can better adapt to different occasions. Muffs are fully sealed by modeled without flue, has better noise reduction. Only the high-end earmuffs can do this.
  • Use electronic compression noise reduction, noise reduction rating is 23 db, can help you lower noise exposure by 23 db when shooting or at a noise environment. Help you hear regular sound or slight sound while protecting your hearing. Most of the normal tactical noise cancelling earmuffs can do this, but ours can greatly amplify the normal sound while maintaining the same noise cancelling function. Besides, it is a difficult technique to amplify the without distortion.
  • We use good chip and expensive MP3 earphone cable. When you plug in the shooting ear protection to play music, you will hear good sound quality, the sound quality may not as good as the premium music earmuffs, but compared with other electronic shooting earmuffs, our earmuffs are much better. This ELITE hearing protection is the only one retains all these 4 important advantages on under $80 earmuffs market.
  • If it is your first time to purchase professional ear protection for shooting, you can buy ours together with others and try both. If you already own other US electronic shooting earmuffs, we highly recommend you to try ours. While using them, you would find that ours are completely different from others. Besides, if you have any problems, please contact us, we'll be glad to help you.

awesafe Electronic Shooting Earmuff, Shooting Ear Protection Noise Reduction

awesafe Electronic Shooting Earmuff, Shooting Ear Protection Noise Reduction
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • Features low profile earcups for firearm stock clearance; adjustable headband for secure fit;
  • AUX input and 3.5 mm connection to external radios, mp3, phone etc. Operates on 2 'AAA' batteries (Included)
  • Built-in Omni-directional microphones increase environmental voices when the sound is over 82dB, providing enhanced communication for hunting, shooting, etc. Noise Reduction Rating (NRR): 22
  • The awesafe electronic shooting earmuff is very convenient for your daily life, you just need to fold it up and put it in your own suitcase, backpack, ammo box, drawer, or wherever you keep your ear muffs.
  • awesafe Electronic Shooting earmuff Quality Guaranteed: 5 years on the electronic.

Walkers GWP-RSEMPAT Razor Slim Electronic Muff - Black Patriot

Walkers GWP-RSEMPAT Razor Slim Electronic Muff - Black Patriot
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • Two Omni directional microphones
  • Full dynamic range HD speakers for clear balanced sound
  • Low noise/ frequency tuned for natural sound clarity
  • Independent volume control
  • Sound dampening composite housing

Peltor Sport Tactical 100 Electronic Hearing Protector, Ear Protection

Peltor Sport Tactical 100 Electronic Hearing Protector, Ear Protection
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • NRR: 22 dB noise reduction rating
  • IDEAL FOR both indoor and outdoor shooters and hunters
  • VARIABLE SUPPRESSION TIME reduces echoes indoors
  • ADAPTIVE FREQUENCY RESPONSE reduces background noise for clearer conversation and hearing of commands
  • DURABLE RECESSED MICROPHONES prevent damage and reduce wind noise
  • ADJUSTABLE HEADBAND added padding for a comfortable fit
  • RUNS ON 2 AAA BATTERIES (not included)

Caldwell E-Max - ADULT Green - Low Profile Electronic 23 NRR Hearing Protection with Sound Amplification - Adjustable Earmuffs for Shooting, Hunting and Range

Caldwell E-Max - ADULT Green - Low Profile Electronic  23 NRR Hearing Protection with Sound Amplification - Adjustable Earmuffs for Shooting, Hunting and Range
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • SPECS: Experience high quality stereo sound while confidently protecting your hearing with 23 NRR (Noise Reduction Rating).
  • COMFORTABLE: Featuring an adjustable headband and padded ear cups, you’ll find a custom fit to ensure proper noise cancellation and hearing protection. A slender, low profile design provides a closer cheek weld, allowing for more accurate shooting.
  • EASE OF USE: Runs on 2 AAA batteries (not included).
  • FEATURES: Dual microphones in each ear provide directional clarity, amplifying sounds below 85dB to the ideal volume with push button controls. Includes an audio jack for connectivity.
  • CONVENIENT: With a compact design, Caldwell folding muffs easily fit in your range bag.

Peltor Sport Tactical 500 Smart Electronic Hearing Protector with Bluetooth Technology

Peltor Sport Tactical 500 Smart Electronic Hearing Protector with Bluetooth Technology
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • NRR: 26 dB noise reduction rating
  • IDEAL FOR both indoor and outdoor shooters and hunters
  • BLUETOOTH TECHNOLOGY to stream music and make calls
  • DYNAMIC SUPPRESSION TIME measures the energy in gunshot noise and automatically sets suppression time for reduced echoes and increased comfort
  • CLEAR VOICE TRACKING seeks voice within background noise and actively filters noise for improved speech intelligibility
  • DURABLE RECESSED MICROPHONES prevent damage and reduce wind noise
  • RUNS ON 2 AA BATTERIES (not included)

Walker's GWP-RSEMPAT-FDE GWP-RSEMPAT-FDE Hunting Earmuffs

Walker's GWP-RSEMPAT-FDE GWP-RSEMPAT-FDE Hunting Earmuffs
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • Hunting range gear hearing protection muffs
  • Made of the highest quality materials
  • Another great Walker's product

Peltor Sport Tactical 300 Electronic Hearing Protector

Peltor Sport Tactical 300 Electronic Hearing Protector
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • NRR: 24 dB noise reduction rating
  • IDEAL FOR both indoor and outdoor shooters and hunters
  • DYNAMIC SUPPRESSION TIME measures the energy in gunshot noise and automatically sets suppression time for reduced echoes and increased comfort
  • CLEAR VOICE TRACKING seeks voice within background noise and actively filters noise for improved speech intelligibility
  • DURABLE RECESSED MICROPHONES prevent damage and reduce wind noise
  • VENTED HEADBAND adjustable, improves comfort when worn with hats
  • RUNS ON 2 AAA BATTERIES (not included)

Struggle Wearing Hearing Aids

People have always asked me one question after they get to know me, "Why do you wear hearing aids?" or "How is life with hearing aids?" I'm always kind of stuck when the first is asked, because there are many reasons why. What reason do I start with?

I was born with a hearing defect. No one really knew this until I got older and was more responsive. Due to this, it took me a while to actually get my first pair of hearing aids. My mom tells me that she tested me to see if I could hear her one day. She tested me with something I still love to this day: Burger King.

I've always been a Burger King fan. Maybe that's why I've packed on more pounds than I should have for my skinny frame. Nevertheless, my mom asked me if I wanted to go to Burger King, and I didn't respond. She knew then that I needed to get tested.

Around the state she went, getting me tested for my hearing. After the first test, it was determined that I was hard at hearing, but he told my mom to test me again. So she kept getting me tested, and she kept getting the same response. I missed many days of school, getting tested for something everyone knew I had.

However, she finally broke down in one doctor's office and told her that she was tired of tests. That doctor became sympathetic and wrote me a subscription to get some hearing aids. Then, the real battle began. If I recall correctly, I got my ear molds for my hearing aids during a break. It takes a while for them to finish making the actual hearing aids. It can take up to a month or two, as they have to make sure it's perfect.

I'd started school again once my mom got the call that they were finished. She took me to the doctor to pick them up. I will be the first to admit that I was nervous. I didn't want my ears to fall off or anything, and I've never stuck anything in my ear. However, as Dr. Sue Jones placed the first mold in my ear, I became excited. She didn't put the aid on, so I was confused for a second.

You see, as a child, I had to have a mold in my ear that would send the sound that the aid received, which was located on top of my ear. When she put the mold in, I thought I'd be hearing perfect right then. However, I couldn't hear anything, and I became scared. She calmed me down and put the aid on top of the mold. When she turned it on, I heard something I'd never heard before: an air conditioner.

My mom nearly cried when she saw my eyes go wide in amazement. For the first time in my life, I heard the sounds that others had heard their entire lifetime. She put the other aid on as well, and I had "20/20" hearing for the first time in my life. I was anxious to go to school and show off my new hearing abilities.

Then, of course, the Devil played his tricks. I looked in the mirror and saw two things protruding from my ear and instantly wondered if I would still be liked when I arrived at school the next day. I was in the third grade and you know how evil kids are at that age. I was scared silly, but my mom said I had to go to school anyway. After all, she worked at the same school that I did.

As I arrived, I was a little nervous. I sat near the back of the classroom as I always did. I was a little late, so my teacher, Ms. Jackson, was already asking for the Valentine's Day candy. I walked up quickly and threw my candy on her desk and tried to walk back to my desk without being seen. However, someone pointed and said, "What is that?!"

I sat in my desk and closed my eyes and waited for the laughter. However, Ms. Jackson just responded nonchalantly, "Those are hearing aids." The kids went "OOOOOOOH!" and went on about their business. Are you serious? No wisecracks; no jokes; no more questions. I thought it'd be easy after that.

I was wrong. Shortly after, I became the subject of many puns and jokes. Most were very hurtful, and I let them get to me like any immature child would. I never shed tears in their face though; OK, maybe once...but that's it. I learned that some kids just don't understand people that are different.

I once almost got in a fight because someone called me "deaf." I'd never heard that word be used in describing me, but my mom had to hold me back. She explained to me that I was deaf with a smile on her face, even though I knew she was hurt because I found out something I didn't want to know. It was only the beginning of a tough childhood.

I got into junior high and high school and was subjected to even more brutal wisecracks. I mean, teachers would let a student pick on me in front of the whole class and not say anything. I could do nothing but take it. I was sheltered. I didn't know how to crack back, so I was defenseless.

Junior high was a mess, because I also played football. Playing football meant I had to take my hearing aids off, leaving them in the locker room while I went on the field to play. It took me a while to get used to not hearing the whole plays and going off of what little I heard. I must say it helped me a lot, because now I'm able to get bits of information and translate it into full statements.

Moving on from junior high, I entered high school, where the cracks got wiser and meaner. However, I learned how to crack back a bit, so I could defend myself a bit. I wasn't a pro, as I lost many battles, but I gained the respect of many just by fighting back.

But what hurt me the most wasn't a crack. It was a statement I heard being made by one of my homegirls. "I would date Darryl if he didn't have the hearing aids." Hearing that crushed whatever confidence I had left with women. I no longer tried to talk to anyone, because I knew that if one felt that way, more felt that way.

Hence, I went all through high school without a girlfriend. I was literally scared to talk to them, for I knew rejection would be at hand. There's no way a girl would want to talk to the guy that may not be able to hear her, right? I mean, in high school, everything was a popularity contest. Talking to the wrong guy could leave you at the bottom of the totem pole.

I graduated from Ouachita Parish High School, class of 2003, and headed straight to Grambling. I only took a two week break from high school before I entered college. There, the people were more mature and didn't really care about the hearing aids. At least some people were like that. I'll never forget my first friend I met at Grambling State: Ann. She's never once questioned my hearing aids or anything like that, and that gave me hope that there were mature people in college.

I met many people in college and went through many different trials in tribulations with teachers, women, friendships lost, and so on. Each time, I used to question myself, "Would this have happened if I didn't have hearing aids? As I grew wiser, I began to realize everything happens for a reason. I met many good friends here at Grambling and they know who they are. Thank you, my friends.

Even though there are some idiots in college, I'm glad I have some friends that care for me for who I am. It's been a long tough childhood, and I've fought many battles, winning some and losing others. But there's one thing about me though, I'm never going to give up. I think I'll close with what Jay-Z said in "Lost One:"

"...lose some to win some/Sorry I'm a champion, sorry I'm a champion/You lost one"

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