|ER-20™ Universal Protectors|
Conventional foam and wax plugs generally produce 10 - 20 dB of extra high end reduction than in mid and low frequencies. This bias distorts the sound and disrupts the fidelity making voices and music sound unclear and unnatural.
The goal of the ER20™ design was the same as for Musicians Earplugs: to reduce noise but preserve sound quality; in effect, to turn down the noise but not muffle voices, environmental sounds or music
ACS ER20™ conform to EN323-2 and are provided with a carry case, neck cord and instructions.
Read the full specification sheet for the ER-20 here .
Conforms to EN352-2:2002
ACS is pleased to announce the introduction of a new state of the art scanning technology that means ALL customers that order custom made hearing protection and in-ear monitoring products from ACS will have their ear shape on file at ACS for up to 4 years. The device will scan the impressions and save as a file on the database so customers can order new products or replacements instantly without the need to have new impressions taken. What's more, this service will not cost customers anything extra on top of the standard product charge, it is just a little something we want to do to make your experience with us even more enjoyable!
Please be aware that the scanning service began on May 1st 2010 so will only apply to customers that ordered thereafter.
"Everybody should realise we only have one set of ears....musicians in particular because our ears are THE tools of our trade & the conduit for our inspiration. Andy, thanks to you & ACS for providing me with the best ear protection & a lifetime of music enjoyment as a result. Thanks for spearheading the crusade for "safe ears"."
Or redeem a CUSTOM VOUCHER at your nearest impression taker using our postcode store locator >>
Please note - ACS products require good deep impressions in order to create a seal in the ear so it is important there is no wax block in the canal that will stop the audiologist from taking an impression. If you think you may have a wax build up, please visit your local GP for a consultation before booking an appointment with a dealer. You may be charged a fee if the audiologist is unable to take an impression.