Skydiving Hearing Protection Earbuds
The origin of our company and the product with the most nostalgia is our BE-1c’s.
BE-1C’s are Manufactured with a black outer shell and a clear inner body made from our soft acoustic vinyl material. We invented this to go under a motorcycle helmet and be extremely comfortable.
It has now crossed over to the skydiving world.
A single transducer (speaker) built into the earpiece provides a clear, balanced stereo sound.Read More
A 52″ hardwired cable, Kevlar™ lined cable, secured inside the earmold and a smooth exterior faceplate with a transitional strain relief to ensure that your helmet will slide on and off with little trouble if you decide to wear a helmet.
We designed our cord in an abraded fashion to reduce the amount of friction caused by direct contact with the wind to reduce the sound transference from the wind rubbing while in a windy condition.
It is doubly reinforced toward the bottom of the earpiece and has a 90 degree 3.5mm stereo plug that will not pull straight out and interface with your sound source.
Balanced armature drivers with 35Hz – 16 kHz frequency responseAcoustic separation –
Acoustic separation – approximately 18 dB Sensitivity ~ 112 dB/mW
Noise Cancelling as this is hearing protection first
The standard option comes with a clear shell and black faceplate
Color options available at an additional cost: Yellow, Blue, Pink, Hot Pink, Red, Orange, Purple, Forest Green, and Black. (These options also include either a matching colored faceplate or a black faceplate)
90 day fit warranty
Limited one year warranty
Nothing beats the feeling of listening to your favorite tunes or communications while reducing the annoying wind noise through your very own Skydiving Hearing Protection Earbuds.
Our Skydiving Hearing Protection Earbuds (BE-1C ) were the first custom set of Stereo Ear Buds.
They block out the wind, all the while giving you the ability to hear your tunes perfectly while being able to withstand constant taking on and off all the different tight skydiving helmets.
It has become our flagship product, made from a vinyl custom earmold. Our custom-built Skydiving Stereo Plugs deliver beautiful sound while protecting your hearing from noise-induced hearing loss caused by wind and airplane noise.
Through years of testing, we have found that the average wind noise is 105+dB when flying over 95 mph.
Osha says that the average exposure time is 15 min, then you are at risk of adding to your hearing damage.
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