Hearing Loss: Learn How To Protect Your Ears


Hearing Loss is no joke. It is not uncommon for house and techno events to play music at dangerous levels. There are a number of veteran DJs who have suffered hearing loss, both from years of exposure and a number of isolated incidents. Examples include Lil Louis, Larry Levan, and Paul Oakenfold.

8 hour exposure at 85dB is enough to cause hearing damage. For every 3 dBs over 85dB, the permissible exposure time before possible damage can occur is significantly reduced. At 120 dB damage is done immediately. Read more

DUBS Earplug Giveaway at Coachella 2015

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Hearing protection seems to be a popular theme to start 2015. In the fourth quarter of last year Doppler Labs introduced DUBS Acoustic Filters, an earplug that changes the game when it comes to hearing protection. In an effort to spread their message and service the mass audience of music lovers, Doppler Labs has teamed up with Goldenvoice to distribute a free pair of DUBS earplugs to all attendees at Coachella 2015. Read more

Dubs Acoustic Earplugs by Doppler Labs

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When it comes to listening to music, our ears are the most vital assets. Sound, and all it’s complexities, must first pass through our ears before being interpreted by the brain; so shouldn’t we make an effort to protect them? Doppler Labs, the innovative company behind Dubs Earplugs, has developed a revolutionary new earplug that will certainly change the way we think about hearing protection. The best part? It’s available for the low price of $25. Read more