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Earplugs

Post by JessCan54 »

Hey guys,

I'm planning to buy earplugs because my ears are sensitive to wind noise and I've been having trouble whenever I ride on my scoot. I watched this video of a custom earplugs company called Big Ear and now I'm looking for other custom earplugs shops/stores in and around Glendale, CA.

Can you recommend me a place selling something like this?

Thank you in advance.
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Any place that sells hearing aids can make a mold of your inner ear and order custom ear plugs.
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I have from JBL, cool thing!
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Post by dbuzz77 »

I got a set of earplugs that you mold yourself ( i forget the brand, perfect fit) but for some reason on my particular helmet , most noises were quiet but wind noise was louder. I bought honeywell max howard leight plugs and they are great
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