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I had the option of -25dB, but thought that would be too much. Didn't get to use them whilst DJ'ing, but that time will come.

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I need some of these bad...

can someone post the phone number of a clinic in the city? ringing is now my closest friend, even when I haven't been out :(

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dude, that aint cool, sort that out pronto or you will really regret it.

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yeah, I know... having trouble finding a clinic in the CBD or near by

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i look after my ears well good

but despite this i have otosclerosis which means i could go deaf anyway

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I used to be really dilligent with my hearing between the ages of 17 and 21.... then somewhere along the line I just stopped being carefull :?

so that's a good 7 years of punishment

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i look after my ears well good

but despite this i have otosclerosis which means i could go deaf anyway

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so, which ear plugs do you recommend?

-15db or -25db?

I'm not sure which I need. -25db seema safer (preferable) but it may not be nessecary

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I've got the -15 and they are fine. I've used them since I was 18. That's quite a few years playing live music/rehearsing and now I use them for clubs.

I had my hearing tested and I'm still within the normal range.

Vote 1 -15!!

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I got the -25dB ones

They seem to work fine, no more ringing when you leave the club....even after 6 hours or so.

Even though it cuts heaps of volume out your ears get used to the low volume and it seems loud anyway.

I haven't djed with them yet tho, been putting it off. I reckon -15db would be the better choice if you want it solely for mixing.


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i could never mix with my -25 ones. keir does it all the time but i just couldnt get my head/ears round it. perfect for bad soundsystems tho.


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I've got the -15dB ones and they are great. Fine for listening and mixing. It took a bit of getting used to mixing with them, but now i think its better. just turn up the monitors.

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hmmm

maybe I should get both? -15db for mixing...

-25db for general club listening

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lol i know, u must be minted

just get a pair off chemical, theyre only like $30 im sure

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hearoz work fine for me $30 or $35 from allans in the city

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my ear canal is quite narrow, I've always found those cheap ones to be VERY uncomfortable.

no I'm definitely not minted. But I've been worried about my hearing lately and also want to be able to keep DJing regularly. permanent damage to ears vs money? I think you know the answer to that one.

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i cant even use bud earphone or anything like that but didn't have troubles with the hearoz after the second or third wear. the rubber softens up a fair bit.
but of course the $200 pair will be more comfortable and work better.

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I def getting the $200 ones, it's just a choice of -15 or -25

-15 should reduce the average 110db system to around 95db..... hmmmmm interesting

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edit head not working -

-25 front of house -15 djing

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deviant wrote:
-15 should reduce the average 110db system to around 95db..... hmmmmm interesting


Mathmatical genius.

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if considering standard thoughts on hearing damage over time in noisy environments, one can look to workplace safety laws.

the basic recommendation is that you have have an average of 85dBA for up to 8 hours a day regulalrly. above this level/duration ratio you may experince hearing loss.

based on thisestimation...

a result of 95dBA means you can safely have up to about 45 minutes of exposure without any hearing damage, notwithstanding any peak sound pressures above this (or extreme low frequencies)

a result of 85dBA means you can safely have up to 8 hours of exposure. (its exponential)

that said, you arent in these environments every day or anything so this is probably being a little frugal.

personally id get the -15 dB ones and still be careful in where i stand and for how long

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which is of course based on

log10*(8/t)

where t = the amount of time you will be exposed for

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my ear canal is quite narrow, I've always found those cheap ones to be VERY uncomfortable.

no I'm definitely not minted. But I've been worried about my hearing lately and also want to be able to keep DJing regularly. permanent damage to ears vs money? I think you know the answer to that one.


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i use these and they rock!!

http://www.headphones.com.au/psingle?productID=7

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same sorta thing i use

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huge wrote:
i use these and they rock!!


You might want to try a larger size to stop the rocking, im sure it must get annoying?!

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are you saying my ears are abnormally large?

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dust wrote:
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-15 should reduce the average 110db system to around 95db..... hmmmmm interesting


Mathmatical genius.


:teef:

I was thinking out loud about 95db exposure if you must know :P

Foundation stepper on the other hand seams like he might be a bit of a mathematical genius ;)

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deviant wrote:
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-15 should reduce the average 110db system to around 95db..... hmmmmm interesting


Mathmatical genius.


:teef:

I was thinking out loud about 95db exposure if you must know :P

Foundation stepper on the other hand seams like he might be a bit of a mathematical genius ;)


Sorry. You know i can't resist a shit stir.

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FoundationStepper wrote:
same sorta thing i use

Same here. They fit my ear pretty well fortunately and help out a lot. I find the clubs in the UK tend to play a lot louder too, which is what made me buy some.

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I use 25dB ones. I find them horrible to mix with, but absolutely great when in a clubI made the mistake of forgetting them in a recent visit to a perth club - i paid for it dearly over the next few days. Also you can hear people actually speaking to you. Don't go cheap - buy good ones.


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I use 25dB ones. I find them horrible to mix with, but absolutely great when in a clubI made the mistake of forgetting them in a recent visit to a perth club - i paid for it dearly over the next few days. Also you can hear people actually speaking to you. Don't go cheap - buy good ones.


have you actually compared?

diminishing returns?

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[quote="huge"]i use these and they rock!!

http://www.headphones.com.au/psingle?productID=7

I also wear these when i can remember.
-20db
Went to good vibes and was so damn glad i wore them... no ringing and quite comfortable to wear, i forgot i was wearing them.

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I'm so fucking deaf when there is background noise. It must be so fucking annoying having to repeat everything to me 8 times.

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I use 25dB ones. I find them horrible to mix with, but absolutely great when in a clubI made the mistake of forgetting them in a recent visit to a perth club - i paid for it dearly over the next few days. Also you can hear people actually speaking to you. Don't go cheap - buy good ones.


have you actually compared?

diminishing returns?


Yep. Greater quality in terms of sound, more confortable, and it is a correct fit for your ear. I think it is also easy to justify the expense, considering you only get one set of ears. Quite easy to claim health insurance, and also on tax if you are in noisy environments as part of work.


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I got the molds taken today. They get here next week. I ordered the -25db ones. If I can't mix with them I can get the -15db attenuators and interchange them.

$293 though :(

worth it. As Marcus said, you only have one set of ears.

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I use 25dB ones. I find them horrible to mix with, but absolutely great when in a clubI made the mistake of forgetting them in a recent visit to a perth club - i paid for it dearly over the next few days. Also you can hear people actually speaking to you. Don't go cheap - buy good ones.


have you actually compared?

diminishing returns?


Yep. Greater quality in terms of sound, more confortable, and it is a correct fit for your ear. I think it is also easy to justify the expense, considering you only get one set of ears. Quite easy to claim health insurance, and also on tax if you are in noisy environments as part of work.


i guess it depends on how often you are out... although i initially looked into it, im not at enough loud gigs (as punter or dj) to justify...

and reducing time exposure and improving location also make a significant difference...

still we are talking about a 10fold increase in cost, so id hope the soundquailty differences are substantial

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I got the molds taken today. They get here next week. I ordered the -25db ones. If I can't mix with them I can get the -15db attenuators and interchange them.

$293 though :(

worth it. As Marcus said, you only have one set of ears.


Inflation :shock:

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ohhh very excited about this, i will need a hearing aid eventually. And now they are even smaller and better.

http://www.sonici.com.au/products/details.cfm

pity about the price, but its cheaper than my last operation which was around 12k


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ohhh very excited about this, i will need a hearing aid eventually. And now they are even smaller and better.

http://www.sonici.com.au/products/details.cfm

sorry, but i just can't take that site seriously.

look me in the eye and tell me you didn't laugh when you saw 'in the ear'.


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What??? huh? you say something? oh, you didn't? oh, okay.

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ohhh very excited about this, i will need a hearing aid eventually. And now they are even smaller and better.

http://www.sonici.com.au/products/details.cfm

sorry, but i just can't take that site seriously.

look me in the eye and tell me you didn't laugh when you saw 'in the ear'.



lol i actually tried to find other sites. i has a pamphlet which is way better. All the sites are odd


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update: ear plugs, best thing I even bought. Mixing with them is fine too, great even :)

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Yeah, ive gotta get on it. Like now.

Twice now, my left ear has all of a sudden started this piercing noise, and gone deaf at the same time. Just squeals for about ten seconds and then stops.

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yeah, that reminds me too. need a new pair. grandma has chronic tinnitus.

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