Reddit mentions of DUBS Noise Cancelling Music Ear Plugs: Acoustic Filters High Fidelity Hearing Protection

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DUBS Noise Cancelling Music Ear Plugs: Acoustic Filters High Fidelity Hearing Protection
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  • BLOCK THE NOISE, KEEP THE SOUND - DUBS Advanced Tech reusable ear plugs offer the pinnacle of hearing protection, blocking damaging loudness while allowing sound to your ears in clear tones
  • ADVANCED TECH -  Our earplugs utilize Dynamic Attenuation, which serves as a volume reducer to control midrange frequencies; perfect insulation for sleeping and snoring to concerts and live music
  • MULTI-USE - Halt hearing loss in multiple work and public venues; musicians, concert and club goers, construction, industrial, and airplane workers, motorsport fans and more can save their hearing
  • COMPACT SIZE - Our small silicone design is made from 17 intricate pieces, including stainless steel, ABS, and polymer foams; stylishly discreet, these plugs fit your on the go lifestyle
  • CARRYING CASE - For users age 16 and up, these earplugs come with a storage case for convenient use; kids and adults may get their best sleep yet while reducing ambience to soft, white noise
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Found 38 comments on DUBS Noise Cancelling Music Ear Plugs: Acoustic Filters High Fidelity Hearing Protection:

u/UrbanTrucker · 5 pointsr/Truckers

Check out these

They reduce decibel levels but they don't muffle sounds. I use them at race tracks and they really help.

u/Anonymo123 · 4 pointsr/sysadmin

I bought some noise reducing ear plugs off Amazon, reduces the noise down so it's not annoying and I could still hear people talk. Another choice besides music with headphones.

u/roux93 · 3 pointsr/deathgrips

/u/ATadVillainy I've been using these ear plugs for a couple years now and really like them.

Pros: They filter without distorting and you can still hear a (louder) conversation with them in.

Cons: They can be easy to lose if you're not careful with them.

u/ARedditingRedditor · 3 pointsr/tinnitus

I feel your pain it is ruff. You may want to look at what has changed in your life to cause the sound to get louder.

Eating less sodium and working out help a lot. For me making sure I get at least 30 mins a day exercise has always made a noticeable difference.

If your work environment is rather loud I highly recommend these ear plugs. They take sound in so you can still hear everything but it reduces how harsh heavy bass or high pitched sounds are.

With sleep I keep my right ear (the problem one) facing my fan. I focus on the fan sound instead of the ringing.

I hope things get better for you.

u/Subaudible91 · 3 pointsr/ElectricForest

Depends on the plugs. I use a pair of these and they're pretty good at keeping things quieted down a bit.

u/sassysaucer · 3 pointsr/ElectricForest

I got Dubs last year and really liked them. They're comfortable and worked well for what I wanted. And dang, they're ten bucks cheaper than when I bought them last year.

u/zionstella · 3 pointsr/festivals

These are part of our essential show kit, they save your hearing during the occasional feed back screech and the horse scream from the drunk girl right by your ear.I have tried many through time, it all depends on personal preference really. Right now we are kicking it with the DUBS and they rock!

u/theedang · 2 pointsr/Coachella

I haven't tried the new plugs, but from my experience with their regular ear plugs, they don't diminish very much at all. Sounds are still rich and not muffled. That also means less protection though, but I feel that DUBS has a good balance of sound vs protection out of the other ear plugs that I've tried.

u/-fuck-off-loser- · 2 pointsr/motorcycles

DUBS Acoustic Filters Advanced Tech Earplugs, White

I got these recently and have been wearing them when I ride. Comfortable, can hear my sena just fine. But enough noise is blocked that my ears aren't ringing after a long ride

u/channel4newsman · 2 pointsr/bassnectar

I use these and love them.

DUBS Noise Cancelling Music Ear Plugs: Acoustic Filters High Fidelity Hearing Protection

u/agus700 · 2 pointsr/uruguay

Yo estudio Diseño de sonido y los uso siempre que salgo a cualquier fiesta y toque, vitales!!!

Te recomiendo los Earasers, en mi opinion son los que suenan mejor si queres cuidarte y disfrutar la musica lo mas que puedas.
Los Dub tambien estan buenos pero te atenuan bastate mas los agudos.

Yo los compre por Amazon y los traje por MiamiBox, el envio sale poco generalmente porque tienen muy poco peso.

u/macschlingel · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

I went through at least half a dozen different models and found Dubs to be the best choice. It still sounds good but at the same time they filter the bad frequencies. I had acute hearing loss twice and you don't want that shit...

u/SleepingWithRyans · 2 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

I'm a musician/producer, so I take hearing protection pretty seriously. I use a brand called Dubs. They're specifically made for being around live music, and are made to block out the overwhelming frequencies, but still allow you to hear the important ones. I absolutely swear by them. I think I bought my pair for $40, but it's worth it.

Edit: I was wrong, they're about $20!

Here's an Amazon link:

u/mirshe · 2 pointsr/ABDL

I noticed that noise is one of your triggers, like me. I use these almost constantly when I'm out in the world. They're not the best acoustic earplugs in the world (only about 12dB cancellation), but they really do help. Plus, they're fairly cheap, so I'm not worried about losing them too much - you can get better plugs for $100-150, but they're not usually as form-fitting and much more stressful to wear everyday (because if you lose them, well, that's a significant amount of money).

u/macbony · 2 pointsr/Shambhala

Dubs are $20 and better than the $40 earasers I used to use.

The etys /u/Airith mentioned are also really nice for the price, but the dubs are worth the extra money, IMO.

u/coonana · 1 pointr/Shambhala

What about Dubs?

I want earplug that safely protect me from Shambhala sound but also want to retain quality/hear voices of people around me? Is Dubs good at both? If not what is a good alternative.

u/lvl12TimeWizard · 1 pointr/bonnaroo

Not sure why you get downvoted so hard rather than having your question answered.

Like someone below said, the cheap foam ones are for blocking ALL noise, in use them for sleep.

If you want to not damage your ears but not lessen the musical experience, you want acoustic ear plugs. Something likenthis.

DUBS Noise Cancelling Music Ear Plugs: Acoustic Filters High Fidelity Hearing Protection

u/jmattick · 1 pointr/IAmA

Try out some concert or musician earplugs to see if they help during recovery. If you put them on an Amazon Wishlist, I'll cover the costs and have a pair overnighted to you.

Dubs or Downbeats seem to be a favored option.

Dubs are acoustic filters rather than earplugs so I'd rather get you the better option. Just put your favorite color on an Amazon Wishlist and pm me the link. I won't see your address or anything and if you are close to a major metro area, you might even get them tomorrow or Saturday.

u/RemainAnonym0us · 1 pointr/AskMen

I used to wear ear plugs at shows, but recently found [these] ( and have really loved them.

u/YumiBerryAudio · 1 pointr/casualiama

I'm sorry that it happens. There really are people that understand. If I can suggest something, look at these earplugs

I use them nearly every single day. They hook into the rim of your ear so you don't have to worry about them falling out. They block out harmful/sudden loud noises/crowd chatter and they help me with my misophonia if I can't use music. What's best is they don't filter out normal conversation level. So you don't need to go "What?" too often. They're small too, so they're not really noticeable. I also used to go around with big, noise canceling headphones until I got these guys! Even if they may not fully help the misophonia, they're good for lots of other sounds and disruptions.
All the best!

u/ChromeDome5 · 1 pointr/teslamotors

I have tinnitus as well, I’ve been using these for loud venues, though I stray away from concerts when possible

u/gigabyte898 · 1 pointr/Beatmatch

Hearing loss is something that I take seriously. I had my eardrums burst (not noise related) a while ago and it essentially cut me out of everything involving music for two months. The best way I can describe it is when your ears are plugged up on a plane and everything is muffled, they just never unclog. It was like listening to a song with the high and mid frequencies cut out and I didn't feel comfortable doing any work until they healed

That being said, a good pair of musician ear plugs are imperative. The ones you mentioned seem good, I and a lot of other Djs like DUBS, the frequency attenuation is focused on the midrange. It blocks out the most harmful sounds but still lets you hear someone talking next to you. Another option are the V-Moda Faders, I can personally vouch for the sound quality of these as well.

I usually wear one in one ear and have the other ear covered by my headphones. It lets me hear the monitors and my incoming track comfortably. Sometimes I leave with the ear without the earplug still ringing so if the monitors are too loud then I wear both with one headphone over the ear but I have to crank the volume on my headphones up quite a bit. It's all up to your personal comfort level, if you have any doubt hearing damage may occur don't gamble with it

u/dj_advantage · 1 pointr/Beatmatch

I've been using my set of Dubs for about a year now and can say I'm pretty happy with them. Ears definitely don't ring as much or at all post gig. Don't have any issues with mixing while wearing them, I just adjust either the booth monitor and headphones as needed. Only issue I've had is talking to someone in a loud room with them in. If someone comes out to me I tend to take one Dub out just to be able to communicate better. They are a good alternative if you don't (like me) have the money or want to spend on in ear monitors.

u/Calymos · 1 pointr/livesound

I've been really happy with my DUBs
. I haven't tried the Earasers, but I preferred them to the Etymotics I've tried.

u/dontdodrugsbitch · 1 pointr/Music

check out these DUBS for ~$25

u/Joan_Footpussy · 1 pointr/ElectricForest

Invest in a pair of earplugs meant for live music. I use a pair of DUBS but a set of V-Modas works just as well.


u/floofyfeather · 1 pointr/photography

Completely forgot about earplugs. I prefer acoustic filters, so I can still hear people talking to me and the music, etc, so I use these and have never had an issue.

u/ub3rr4v3 · 1 pointr/electricdaisycarnival

Amazon link The reviews aren't too bad overall. Some people say these are kinda small and its just the plugs so they can be easy to lose.

Personally I opted for these earpeace plugs but anything is better than naked ears.

u/you_got_a_yucky_dick · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

I know this wasn't really the question, but I use THESE earplugs during rehearsal. They really work to kind just turn the volume down and remove the pain of higher tones while still being able to hear all the music.

u/TheAethereal · 1 pointr/tinnitus

That's true, but honestly, wearing something like this ought to be enough and really shouldn't decrease your enjoyment of an event.

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