musician's earplugs

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mu·si·cian's ear·plugs

(myū-zish'ănz ēr'plŭgz)
Custom-fitted earplugs that attenuate all frequencies evenly in relation to normal hearing sensitivity; allow musicians to hear music at levels below the damage-risk level without sacrificing sound quality; must be fitted by a licensed hearing health care professional.
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Developed and trademarked by Etymotic Research as "Musicians Earplugs," the first type uses a pre-fabricated filter (ER-9, ER-15, and ER-25) that couples to the end of a custom-made mold, which has a bore.