V-MODA announces new earplugs – the Faders VIP

V-MODA announces new earplugs – the Faders VIP

V-MODA, a US company, known for making lifestyle products, including various headphones, has announced the addition of the Faders VIP earplugs to its product list. The new earplugs belong to the Ear Armor hearing protection line and like the original Faders the VIP edition protects your hearing by evenly reducing harmful noise levels by 12dB across the frequency spectrum, while still allowing for music and speech to pass with crystal clarity.

“Last year’s launch of Ear Armor, Inc. created a windfall of amazing feedback from musicians to race and concert-goers. Loud events coupled with the popularity of smartphones, MP3 players and headphones have created a pandemic of hearing loss in everybody from kids to adults and too little is being done to stop it and educate customers. Faders are a universal solution to fully enjoy music and conversations without the damaging effects of higher decibels that cause irreversible noise-induced hearing loss and tinnitus,” says Val Kolton, Chief Visionary Officer and Founder of V-MODA. “Both the cheapest foam and the most expensive custom ear plugs can muddle sound quality and push debris too far into your ear canal causing even more damage to your ears.”

Designed to fit all kinds of ears the Faders VIP earplugs come with four different sizes of medical grade fittings and boast a new detachable cord and a high quality carrying case.

Customers can now purchase the new V-MODA Faders VIP earplugs for as low as 19.99 USD.

Source: Legitreviews.com

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