TACTICAL HEARING is an Invaluable tool used by Military Experts in the most critical situations.
It is a well known fact that when it comes to the Industries' Finest Military Hearing Protection TACTICAL HEARING is Always the first choice!
You must protect your hearing with quality hearing protection to avoid hearing damage. You can find the highest level of comfort while receiving long distance sound amplification in one device. The circuit in our device is so fast it will literally block each blast from a fully automatic machinegun. Sounds are compressed at roughly 4 milliseconds.
You can Trust TACTICAL HEARING will do the job when it comes to finding the finest military hearing protection available. Don't trust your ears to just any military hearing protection device. Always count on TACTICAL HEARING, the Military's First choice when it comes to the best Military Hearing Protection and Enhancement.
TACTICAL HEARING produces tactical hearing protection and integrated TACTICAL HEARING ENHANCEMENT. TACTICAL HEARING has earned a worldwide reputation with Special Forces, law enforcement, and all branches of the military for custom hearing products for specialty mission requirements.
TACTICAL HEARING has proudly served all branches of the United States Department of Defense, as well as international forces, law enforcement agencies and private security contractors.
TACTICAL HEARING PROTECTION is the most effective way to enhance your hearing in any tactical, law enforcement or military environment. TACTICAL HEARING protection allows you to hear the subtle sounds of nearby game, enemies, or the opposition, long before they are visible. At the same time, TACTICAL HEARING protection and enhancement functions as the most advanced hearing protection available against the damage caused by the muzzle blast of your weapon, explosions, aircraft or sudden dangerous noise.(30dB NRR) TACTICAL HEARING is proud to offer the most advanced state of the art military hearing enhancement products available today.
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I have been wearing Tactical hearing for about a year now. I Joined the Marines in the 80's and was soon carrying a rifle in Fox Co. I Became among the first to carry the M249 Machine gun known as the SAW. Squad Automatic Weapon. By the time I got out, I had hearing damage and tinnitus. The first time I put on the Ultra HD I was amazed at how much I could hear. I had them on for about 30 minutes when I suddenly realized that I couldn't hear the ringing in my ears. It was gone. Now I wear them every day. I no longer turn my head to hear. I love how they work when I go hunting, I don't half to take them out to hear and when we shoot, I'm protected. I can hear again and I never half to worry about damaging my ears while shooting, mowing the lawn, using power tools ect. Thanks Tactical.
Steven T. SLC, UT
Noise Induced Hearing Loss is the is the second most common cause of hearing loss. Much can be done to prevent noise-induced hearing loss but little can be done to reverse it. Sometimes a single exposure to loud noise is all that is needed, a single day in the field without ear plugs. Loud noise damages the hair cells in the inner ear and can cause hearing loss, ear ringing and distortion of sounds.
The symptoms of noise induced hearing loss are subtle in the early stages. Hearing loss tends to occur first for high-pitched sounds only. Consequently, the volume of sound heard may be unchanged but the quality of it lessens. Speech may be heard but not completely understood. The presence of background noise can make speech hard to understand. Noise induced hearing loss can be accompanied by a ringing in the ears (tinnitus). Tinnitus can often be more annoying than the hearing loss itself. Treatment of tinnitus is often unsatisfactory.
The economic effects of noise trauma can be staggering. According to the Associated Press (March 2008) the Department of Veteran Affairs in 2006 spent $539 million dollars on veteran disability caused by tinnitus from noise induced hearing loss. Hearing loss is the number one disability of the Afghan and Iraq wars. 58,000 soldiers have been disabled due to hearing loss and 70,000 soldiers are receiving disability payments for tinnitus.
Although hearing protection is often recommended, there are still shooters that do not use it. Many may have a hearing loss already. For those with a sensorineural hearing loss, and for those new to the shooting sports without a hearing loss, it is important to protect all residual hearing.