High Fidelity Hearing Protection

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Live music can be uncomfortably loud for some people & cause permanent hearing loss

We are here to help you enjoy live music. Vibes ear protection buds are made for musicians (and people that want to enjoy crystal clear unmuffled music).

You may order from our online store, or purchase at our concerts & events.


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Avid concert and music festival-goers can agree that part of the appeal of attending these events is hearing the songs cranked up high, often so loudly that it feels like the bass is thumping in your bones. It's a cool experience because you feel more immersed in and connected to the music, but the high noise levels have some downsides.

Ringing in your ears or muffled hearing are common after-effects, but they typically disappear in a few hours to a couple days and you forget about them until the next concert. This sensation is called tinnitus and it contributes to noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL).Muffled hearing might fade away now, but it won't always. Since we typically associate hearing loss with sudden, extremely loud events such as gunshots or explosions, we don't pay enough attention to the smaller, cumulative events that can be just as harmful to our ears in the long run.

The World Health Organization recently came out with an article that documents that 440 million people worldwide are at risk of hearing loss due to loud sound. So, that’s things like bars, clubs, concert venues…anything of that nature. So it’s a really big deal and people aren’t very aware of it because it’s a gradual decline. You don’t wake up deaf one day. It’s kind of a chip off a block of ice every time. Every time your ears ring, that’s irreversible hearing damage. That ringing that your hearing in your ears is those cells dying. There’s no way to get that back.

According to the National Institute of Health, NIHL is the only type of hearing loss that is completely preventable, but most of us aren't doing enough to prevent it. It turns out that noise at or above 85 decibels (a normal conversation registers at 60 decibels) can cause hearing damage. So does this mean you should forego all loud events and sit in an empty room all day? Obviously that's not practical, but you can be smarter and more deliberate about protecting your hearing.


High fidelity earplugs are the solution that allow you to enjoy concerts and music festivals responsibly

Vibes are not cheap foam earplugs, like the ones you might wear to sleep, that completely block out sound. Instead they are engineered to reduce decibel (loudness) levels evenly so you can still hear a full spectrum of sound and enjoy the musical experience in front of you.

Because music festival season is coming up, we've tested most of the top-rated high fidelity earplugs, and have selected the Vibes as our first choice in affordable comfortable high fidelity hearing protection. Vibes are comfortable, come with their own carrying case, and come in small, medium, and large sizes.

If you go to a lot of concerts or other loud events, Vibes are definitely worth the investment.

How long does it take to damage my hearing?

Hearing damage occurs faster as your environment gets louder. In general, anything over 85dB can damage your hearing. The chart below illustrates how long it is safe to be in environments with different decibel levels.

Learn more about noise induced hearing loss

When people experience hearing loss, it can significantly affect many dimensions of their lives—from personal relationships, to their work life, to their level of engagement in social situations. In recent years, researchers have gained a greater understanding of the connection between hearing loss and other health concerns. In fact, studies show a link between hearing loss and cognitive function and dementia, depression, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, moderate chronic kidney disease, rheumatoid arthritis, obesity, sleep apnea, and an increased risk of falls. https://www.american-hearing.org/disease/hearing-loss-an-overview/



  • Create an enjoyable & balanced listening experience free from uncomfortable noise
  • Reuse consistently thanks to washable eartips
  • Filter specific frequencies to deliver the best possible listening experience & sound quality to your ear
  • Wear for longer thanks to the durable, comfortable design
  • Protect your ears from damaging decibels
  • Keep a low profile due to the minimalist design


  • Provides approximately 22dB reduction across frequencies (15 NRR)
  • Ideal for: concerts, musicians, sporting events, motorcycle riding, loud group fitness classes, loud work environments, movie theaters, people who are sensitive to sound, and more


  • 1 pair of earplugs
  • 3 interchangeable ear tips (small, medium, large)
  • Pocket-sized hard case for easy storage


Ships free To Contiguous US


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Healing the World 

With each purchase of Vibes: they will donate a portion of the sale to the Hear The World Foundation, which gives hearing loss support around the world to disadvantaged children and adults.