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Eargasm

Eargasm High Fidelity Earplugs

$39.95

Eargasm earplugs will help you stop ringing ears, save your hearing, and let you enjoy your favorite activities worry-free

- Enjoy your favorite activities, without worrying about damage to your ears.

- Keep the noise to a minimum, but, still hear people talking and hear music with clarity.

- Every order comes with two shell sizes, so they fit every ear.

- Discreet design is almost invisible to others.

- Easy to insert and remove, thanks to the convenient pull tabs.

- Made with hypo-allergic soft silicone, so that you can wear them comfortably for many hours.

- Comes with a lightweight aluminum case for easy transport.

- Trusted by major music festivals.

Each Order of Earplugs Includes:

1x Pair of Filters*
1x Pair of High Fidelity Standard Size Shells
1x Pair of High Fidelity Small Size Shells**
1x Carrying Case (Standard Size)
1x Gift Box
1x Instruction Manual

Protection

Our earplugs provide about a 21 dB drop in noise levels so you can continue doing the activities you love while minimizing the risk of hearing loss. (NRR is 16 dB)

Preserves Sound Quality

By using innovative attenuation filter technology our earplugs reduce noise evenly to maintain the full spectrum of sound while protecting your hearing. Music or voices won’t be muffled like with foam plugs.

Ready-fit design

 

Our earplug’s triple flange comfortably fits almost any normal to large ear size, effectively blocking out harmful noise. Clear silicone provides a low profile for subtle use. Removal is easy with a tug on the integrated pull tab.

 

get the perfect fit

With two pairs of different sized earplug shells included with every order. Insert the included pair of attenuation filters into the preferred shell size and earplugs are ready for immediate use!

 

Member Audiologists

Dr. Heather Malyuk

Head of Audiology

Dr. Heather Malyuk (Au.D.) is a musician and audiologist who hails from Northeast Ohio but is known internationally as an expert clinician and public speaker in the field of music audiology. She owns and directs Soundcheck Audiology and is also a co-investigator with Gateway Biotechnology, Inc, where she is researching tinnitus and the effects of sound exposure on hearing.


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Dr. Kathleen Wallace

Audiologist

Dr. Kathleen Wallace (Au.D.) is a licensed audiologist in New York State. She completed her undergraduate degree at Dartmouth College and received her Doctor of Audiology (Au.D) from the CUNY Graduate Center, where she is now an adjunct professor. Kathleen’s interests include developing custom care plans, advocating for hearing accessibility, and promoting hearing health.


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Dr. Laura Sinnott

Audiologist

A long time audio engineer for film, Laura career expanded into hearing health as an audiologist after over-exposing her ears to her work and the bustling, busy, loud metropolis NYC. She ran the Sensaphonics Musician's Hearing Clinic, a Chicago-based institution that has served musicians for over 30 years. Now based in Central New York and NYC, Laura provides traveling and concierge audiology services for musicians, media professionals, and music lovers. In addition to her doctorate degree from the City University of New York, she has a Music Technology master's and bachelor's degree from New York University and the University of Colorado at Denver, respectively.


Bio

Dr. Frank Wartinger

Audiologist

Dr. Frank Wartinger is an audiologist who founded Earmark Hearing Conservation, a full-service audiology practice serving the specialized needs of musicians both within the Philadelphia area, and nationally via teleservices. Additionally, he is a clinical specialist at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, where he oversees the Healthy Hearing Community Education Program and the Department of Audiology's clinical Hearing Conservation and Tinnitus services. When not in the clinic or lecturing, he is an active audio engineer and music producer.


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Dr. Shannon Switzer

Audiologist

Dr. Shannon Switzer is a Chicago-based audiologist whose goal is to empower patients to become active participants in their hearing healthcare. She understands that listening needs are highly individualized, and focuses on creating customized treatment plans for every patient. As a native Vermonter, Dr. Switzer completed her Bachelor of Science at the University of Vermont in 2014 and earned her Doctorate of Audiology from Northwestern University in 2017. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and enjoys practicing across a variety of clinical settings, including private practices, VA hospitals, ENT clinics, and completing contract work for Sensaphonics Hearing Conservation.


Bio

Dr. Juan Vasquez

Audiologist

Dr. Juan Vasquez, originally from southern California, studied audiology in Oregon and has been a practicing audiologist in Chicago since 2019. As a musician and hearing healthcare provider, he is passionate about the importance of education in hearing preservation and the methods which best suit each individual. He has a breadth of clinical experience including diagnostics, amplification, counseling, and his main interest is in hearing conservation and tinnitus.


Bio

Dr. Carlie Squires

Audiologist

Dr. Squires owns a private audiology practice in Parkersburg, WV. She graduated with her bachelor of science (BS) in Speech Pathology and Audiology from West Virginia University in 2010. Carlee obtained her clinical doctorate in audiology (Au.D.) in 2014 from the Northeast Ohio Au.D. Consortium (NOAC), a partnership between Kent State University, The University of Akron, and The Cleveland Clinic. Carlee completed her doctoral externship at The Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Squires is an animal lover and enjoys exercising and spending time with her family. Carlee is a member of her local Rotary Club and a member of the disciple leadership council of her church.


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Dr. Imari Greaves

Audiologist

Dr. Greaves graduated from City University of New York. She is a binaural hearing aid user and enjoys working with our nation’s veterans.


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Dr. Christie Leung

Audiologist

Dr. Christie Leung is an audiologist based in Vermont. She received her Doctorate in Audiology (Au.D.) at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. Dr. Leung is currently licensed in New York, Pennsylvania, and Vermont. Her clinical interests and expertise include pediatric and adult hearing evaluation, balance assessment, tinnitus assessment and management, musician hearing protection, and customized aural rehabilitation. She is fluent in English, Cantonese, and Mandarin.


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Dr. Michael Squires

Audiologist

Dr. Squires owns a private audiology practice in Parkersburg, WV with his wife. Dr. Squires also teaches the audiology practice management course at The Ohio State University. Michael graduated with his bachelor of science (BS) in Speech Pathology and Audiology from West Virginia University in 2010. Michael obtained his clinical doctorate in audiology (Au.D.) in 2014 from the Northeast Ohio Au.D. Consortium (NOAC), a partnership between Kent State University, The University of Akron, and The Cleveland Clinic. Michael completed his doctoral externship at The Cleveland Clinic. In his free time he enjoys fishing, hunting, woodworking, and spending time with his family. Dr. Squires also sings in the Praise Band at his church.


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Lisa Tannenbaum, M.S.

Audiologist

Lisa Tannenbaum, M.S., is a licensed audiologist in California and has more than 30 years’ experience providing ear protection and hearing devices for thousands of clients. An early adopter of Music Industry Audiology, Lisa established Musician’s Hearing Services in 1993—the first practice on the West Coast to focus on the audiological needs of musicians, sound engineers, and production personnel. Lisa is adept in ear injury prevention for people who work or play in high-volume listening environments and in devising practical, effective solutions for anyone who experiences auditory challenges—musical or otherwise


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Dr. Steve Taddei

Audiologist

Dr. Steve Taddei is a licensed audiologist in Rockford, Illinois. He hosts and produces the Hearing Tracker Podcast and is a professor at several institutions proctoring courses in acoustics, hearing conservation, and audio arts. Additionally, he remains an active member in the music and audio engineering community. Whether speaking to students or consumers of hearing technology, he aims to promote self-advocacy and increase hearing health awareness. In his free time, he enjoys woodworking, mountain biking, and playing guitar.


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