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Radians Maximus Electronic Hearing Protection With Sound Amplification MA0600CS

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Convert ambient noise from your gun and other sources into a tranquil sound with the four direction microphones available with Maximus Electronic Hearing Protection. Use the amplifier to bring the right sounds to your attention while protecting your eardrums against the assault of gunfire.
Specifications and Features:
NRR 29dB
4 independent high frequency directional microphones
Hearing protection and sound amplification
Compresses harmful noise to below 85dB
CoolMax headband
Includes 6 AAA batteries
Total number of Reviews: 2

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3.0 5
"I had these muffs for about 2 years. They cut the shot noise well enough that I didn't have to wear separate plugs. The stereo mics really help locate the source of the sound. They also have a 'tone' knob in addition to separate volume knobs.Unfortunately mine decided to start buzzing. First one cup, then the other. Knowing it was well out of warranty, I took them apart and found the 'electronics' actually consist of a clock spring inside a metal cylinder. When an impulse hits the spring, it contacts the sides and totally cuts ALL sound for about a half second. The spring in mine was somehow bent and making intermittent contact.In a nutshell the muffs just clip all sound, that's it. They work alright, functional but nothing stellar."
3.0 5
"Decent muffs for the cost. Good tight seal around pads. 4 mics really help distinguish sounds from different directions. Nice if hunting. Knobs get it the way when shooting a rifle w/scope tho. If you only shoot a handgun obviously that won't matter. I noticed that it isn't quite fast enough to totally cut off the gunshots from the rear mics (if it does at all). I first noticed that when my son was shooting his 22 and I turned around (it happened twice). I now wear plugs also just in case it does that with larger calibers. I've yet to try it at the gun range to find out. During a gunshot, it sounds like it shuts off all sound to the front mics but you can still sorta hear from the rear mics. It wasn't as tinny as I expected judging from what other people stated on other models. Perhaps because this model has knobs to turn down the higher frequencies(?). I figured you get what you pay for when I bought it, so I guess for the price you could do worse. I liked my friends Walker better, but it's also 3x the cost."