Hearing protection for educators and teachers

Do you work with noisy children or maladjusted youth? Learn more about how Audiovox hearing protection for educators can protect your hearing from tinnitus and hearing loss

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Sleep plugs

Do you have trouble sleeping at night due to snoring or loud street noises? Read more about how Audiovox sleeping earplugs can help you get a better night’s undisturbed sleep

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Active hunting hearing protection

Do you hunt? Learn more about why Soundscope Pro-Tect IHunt is the preferred active hunting hearing protection for hunters and professional shooters

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Music monitors

Are you a musician looking for the ultimate sound experience? Read more about Westone music monitors.

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MC hearing protection

Do you ride a motorcycle? Then molded hearing protection can protect your hearing from harmful wind noise when riding a motorcycle.

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Industrial hearing protection

Do you work in a noisy environment? Then Audiovox’s Industrial Hearing Protection can protect your hearing.

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Musician hearing protection

Are you a musician or do you go to concerts? Musician hearing protection provides an optimal sound experience while
protect your ears so you can enjoy music at concerts without the risk of tinnitus.

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Hunting ear defenders

Do you go hunting? Then hunting earmuffs should be your faithful companion to protect your hearing against
loud gunshot sounds.

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Sleeping plugs

Is your sleep disturbed by your partner’s snoring or loud noises from the street? Then molded sleeping
sleeping plugs can help you get a better night’s sleep.

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your hearing

Molded hearing protectors protect you from harmful noise or sound and prevent permanent hearing damage. However, it’s important to choose the right type of hearing protection or earmuffs depending on the situation you’ll be using them in, as hearing protection or earmuffs have different properties that can let the harmful noise out and the right sound in.

Audiovox’s highly experienced product specialists and partners take impressions of your ear canals, so you get a set of hearing protection or earmuffs that are perfectly fitted to your ear canals. This means that the earmuffs or earmolds are comfortable to wear, even for a full day, while providing optimal protection for your hearing. Audiovox manufactures and sells molded hearing protection and earmuffs for all situations that require hearing protection, whether it’s at work, while riding a motorcycle, hunting, or to ensure a good night’s sleep.

Contact us for more information on which type of hearing protection or earmuff is right for your situation.

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About Audiovox

Audiovox was established in 2003 and consists of a team of highly experienced hearing protection specialists and ototechnicians with earmold production in Herlev. We have sales consultants throughout Denmark who visit companies and advise on hearing protection and hearing protection in noisy environments. In addition, we have a team of product specialists ready on the phone to advise on the right hearing protection solution for you.

Audiovox has a clinic in Herlev where we can advise on the right hearing protection solution for you and take impressions for molded hearing protection. The impression of your ear canals takes about 10 minutes and is taken by highly experienced specialists who will guide you safely through the process.

Audiovox also has a fully modern earmold production facility at our location in Herlev with 3D scanners and 3D printers where we manufacture earmolds for private users, Danish hospitals and private hearing clinics. Having production in Denmark enables us to quickly deliver a high-quality product and provide the necessary advice to our customers.


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How do I clean my ears?
Everyone produces earwax and since your ears clean themselves, you don't necessarily need to do anything about it. However, many people experience increased amounts of earwax due to the use of in-ear headphones, and it's important that you remove the wax yourself. Read on to learn how to clean your ears in a safe and responsible way. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Never use cotton swabs When you use cotton swabs in your ears, you risk pushing the earwax towards your eardrum. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Clean your ears with water When you're in the shower, tilt your head to the side and let the warm water run in and out of your ears. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Use Remo wax If you feel your ears are clogged, you can use Remo-wax from the pharmacy. Remo-wax loosens the earwax, which can then be rinsed away with water. If you have booked an impression appointment, you can use Remo-wax for 3 days prior to your appointment. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Go to your own doctor If you're unsure whether your ears are blocked or don't feel comfortable cleaning your ears yourself, contact your doctor and ask them to help you clean your ears safely and securely. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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Danes need to be better at protecting hearing in the workplace
Every twelfth 30-year-old and every eighth 50-year-old Dane suffers from hearing loss. Overall, 900,000 Danes have hearing loss, and in general, we suffer from hearing loss earlier in life than we did just 30 years ago. Of these, more than a third of all hearing loss can be attributed to loud music, noise in the workplace and a generally increasing noise environment. In a report prepared by the Danish Working Environment Authority on the physical working environment, 40 percent of respondents report that they are bothered by noise in the workplace. At the same time, around 2,500 hearing injuries are reported every year. This makes hearing loss the most common incurable occupational disease in Denmark. "There is no doubt that noise is a major problem in many Danish workplaces. Fortunately, it is also an area that has received more attention in the last few years, which we have also seen in demand. But there are still many workplaces that don't focus enough on the problems with noise," explains Martin Damm Jensen, CEO of Audiovox A person's hearing can be irreversibly damaged by even a single instance of very loud noise, but it is often after a long period of daily exposure that the damage occurs. That's why it's important to to protect yourself before problems arise. Unfortunately, as the statistics show, not everyone takes noise seriously: "We still hear a lot of excuses for why people don't use hearing protection: hearing protection is big and bulky, you can't talk to each other with it on, it prevents you from using your phone, and so on," says Martin Damm Jensen. He adds: "But all of these issues can be solved with molded hearing protection that is customized to the user". Technology solves communication problems Molded hearing protection has quickly become one of Audiovox's most popular products. "The molded models are significantly smaller than the traditional large hearing protectors. And with Bluetooth communication technology from JABRA, you have access to closed radio systems, so communication between colleagues and over the phone is no longer a problem," says Martin Damm Jensen. He continues: "So there is no longer any need for excuses. If you're exposed to noise at work, just take measurements for your own set. It's for your own good".
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Freya Charlotte Askjær reviews Soundscope Pro-Tect IHunt
Hunting - and shooting in general - is often a noisy affair! Wherever gunpowder and bullets are fired, there will also be noise and loud sounds. This summer I attended a hunting field shooting, and it was at this event that I got to test the new molded hearing protection for the first time. A hunting field shoot is exciting and challenging - and it's always fun to be tested at different shooting positions and distances. I've been looking forward to the day where we are divided into teams. I am followed around the large terrain together with 11 other shooters. We drive around between the different locations, but there's also time for good conversations while we're waiting to arrive. You need around 50 rounds of ammunition per shooter on a day like this - and not everyone has a silencer on their rifle. This means a lot of noise around the individual shots, and I can feel that it's hard to stay focused all the time. It's a great pleasure to be able to wear my hearing protection in my ears all day without thinking about it! We arrive at a course with two targets - a target and a wild boar, which are about 200 meters away. The shooting position for the boar is free-standing without any aids, and I can feel that I'm really challenged by the fact that there are many people around me who also have to prepare and fire shots. It's hard for me to find the concentration to do my best. Then I remember that there is an extra program in my new electronic hearing protection! I press the push button in both ears three times and I am now able to shut out everything but my own thoughts. There is peace for concentration and focus - and I send my shots off. The feeling inside about my shots is actually okay! Everyone has finished shooting, and I press the little button on the hearing protection once again, and the sound of the people around me comes through clearly again - without having to take off the hearing protection. We all go together and look at the placement of the shots to keep score. I'm satisfied - and I'm not sure I would have been able to place my shots as well if I hadn't been able to find the calm to concentrate. Our hearing Hearing is one of our most important senses! Our hearing is always active - even when we sleep. It works by picking up sound waves with the outer ear, which converts them into electrical impulses in the inner ear. From the inner ear, the impulses are sent to the brain, which processes the data so we can relate to it and act on it. Being able to hear enables us to understand what other people are telling us, participate in conversations, understand information, react to danger signals, hear music and understand messages, among other things. When we can't hear properly, it can significantly reduce our quality of life and make it difficult to participate in social situations. Audiovox hearing protection is compact and discreet! So it's easy to wear hearing protection and look smart at the same time. Hearing protection It's quite obvious to me that wearing hearing protection is important. The many stories of how a single shot can change your life from being hearing to not hearing has really been a big incentive for me to wear hearing protection. When I'm on a group hunt and more than half of the other shooters opt out of wearing hearing protection, I don't really understand it. But when I ask, I'm met with comments like "oh, it's no big deal" or "I've been a hunter for so many years and I still have my hearing" or "it's just too much trouble with ear muffs". The two worst sentences I've heard are "I've been hunting so long without hearing protection that my hearing is already ruined" and "that's nonsense". But I'm not willing to take that risk myself! Even though I may not need to wear hearing protection when I have a silencer on my rifle, I still wear them because they don't bother me. My hearing is so incredibly important, both when hunting and in nature in general. When I sit in nature, I can hear all the sounds of the forest. I listen to the buzzard's cry over the field, the deer sneaking through the thicket, the fire crackling when the shelter is lit, or when I lie awake late at night and hear the owl in the forest a few hundred meters away from our house. My hearing is also crucial in everything else I do, whether it's learning, working or socializing. Even when my two grandchildren whisper secrets in my ear, or when the sound of music pours out of the speakers on a beautiful Saturday morning, I can't imagine the loss of not being able to hear. And in addition to the things already mentioned, there is also the practicality of being able to hear when the car has a different and not quite right sound, or when I'm in traffic and there is danger. In general, I think my hearing is so essential and crucial to my well-being and enjoyment of life that there is no excuse for not wearing hearing protection when hunting and at the shooting range - regardless of what others think! But wearing hearing protection should also be easy and comfortable! One of the challenges with my Peltor SportTacs that I used last hunting season is that they hit the butt of my rifle. The switch to molded hearing protection This Saturday morning hunting field shooting is the first time I'll be trying out my new active electronic hearing protection from Audiovox. It's a good opportunity to try out a few of the different settings in the hearing protection, and it's also a chance to feel what it's like to wear them in my ears for a whole day. Until I got Audiovox hearing protection, I used Peltor SportTac and I've been really happy with them. They fit snugly around my ears, they have good sound - I can hear everything that's going on in my environment. I can have a conversation even if I'm wearing hearing protection, even if we're whispering to each other when we're sitting on a chaperone with the rifle. I can hear the birds singing, and I can also hear the animals coming through the brush on game drives. But I don't find them practical. I sweat inside the tightly fitting ear muffs, they squeeze my glasses and deprive me of the opportunity to wear a hat or beanie. Especially if the ear muffs have to fit tightly to the ears. The pressure on the temples of my glasses in particular means that wearing the hearing protection for a whole day is not optimal. That's why I've been taking them on and off throughout the day - they take up space and aren't very practical to carry around. I also often find it annoying that the large ear defenders often hit the butt of the gun when I put my cheek to it, whether it's a shotgun or a rifle. Therefore, I've been very open to other options, and I was really happy when I got the opportunity to try out Audiovox's active hearing protection. You can read my experience with them here. A quiet moment in the woods is also possible. And with molded hearing protection, it's possible to put on a hat or beanie without it being a challenge. Audiovox Soundscope Pro-Tech- Ihunt I use the word hearing protection over and over again. But in reality, molded earmuffs are simply amplifying hearing aids with built-in attenuation of harmful impulse noise. I've now worn my new Soundscope Pro-tect iHunt from Audiovox for a full season on the range, and I've worn them while buck hunting, hunting in South Africa and through the fall/winter hunting season. The earmuffs are wireless and weigh only a few grams each. They are stored in a small carrying case, making them easy to carry in your pocket or hunting backpack. They are simple to put on and easy to operate on the go. The sound quality is great! It's as simple as that. Conversational and nature sounds are great, and it's easy to change the volume if needed. The directionality is also really good, I'm never in doubt where the sounds are coming from. Comfort and fit are also really good, as they are individually molded for each person! At no point have I ever had to take off my hearing protection while hunting, whether it's been on the shooting range, community hunts, driven hunts or stalking through the Kalahari desert. Unlike when I used to wear ear muffs, I can now wear a hat or simply put on a warm beanie. It's definitely an advantage to be free to choose the headgear I want on the day. And of course, it's also worth mentioning that there's now nothing bumping against the stock when I load my shotgun and rifle. Hunting No annoying cups from the hearing protection hitting the butt of my shotgun. It's a pleasure to put your cheek to the gun. And because the hearing protection is molded to my ears, I can wear them for many hours without them bothering, pressing or irritating my ear canal. Whether this is a truth with modifications may be an individual experience, but for me it is not. I've worn them throughout an entire day of field shooting, I've used them throughout all the seasons' driven hunts and stand hunting with the rifle from morning to midday. In addition, I have also used them on long stalking hunts in South Africa without any heat or irritation issues. I have not been bothered by them in any way, but have been able to keep them in my ears without any problems. With blue foam in your ears, you can get a little high in the head! Luckily, it doesn't take many minutes for the molding to be completed. The possibilities with Soundscope Pro-Tech Ihunt It is possible to purchase a telecoil so that you can connect your hunting radio or smartphone to the hearing protection through it. The telecoil is worn around the neck and uses Bluetooth connectivity. There are four programs on the ear defenders: Normal, which amplifies weaker sounds and at the same time shuts down when loud sounds - such as gunshots - are heard. Normal with bass control. Used for hearing loss for a clearer sound. Normal with speakerphone. Works as program 1, however, a telecoil can be connected for use with a hunting radio or smartphone. Without speakerphone with telecoil. Works well as a shooting program or for field shooting, as outside sound is blocked at all times. Telecoil can be used for the program. You can easily switch between programs with a small push button on each earpiece, where there is also independent sound control on a rotary knob. The battery life is relatively long and the batteries are easy to change. The actual impression of the ears doesn't take many minutes, but it's a strange sensation to have blue foam filling the ear canals! From the impression, an accurate representation of your ear canals is now made via a 3-D scan with laser technology, and within a few weeks you will receive your personalized earmuffs in the mail. The earmuffs are made of hard plastic and come in different colors, red for the right ear and blue for the left ear. This makes it easy to tell the difference. A small zippered carrying case is included so you can always put your earmuffs away safely - in the same place every time! Extra wax filters are also included, which are easy to change as needed. The small orange carrying case takes up little space and is an essential part of the hunting kit. For me, the price is not important as such! Sure, it's a bigger bag of money - but the cost to my hearing can't be quantified in monetary terms. My best advice is to wear hearing protection no matter what - period! Buy a hearing protector that works - and then save up for a good quality molded hearing protector. The Soundscope Pro-tect iHunt from Audiovox has the quality I want and would be my choice again if I were to invest in good hearing protection! They don't take up much space... don't weigh much... and don't bother me. And with high quality sound and battery life, there's pretty much nothing but positive things to say about the molded hearing protection from Audiovox. The benefits No wires to break or get tangled! Their size and weight make them easy to carry and hassle-free to wear in your ears. The battery life is long and doesn't need to be changed very often. The earmuffs are shaped for the individual, so the fit is accurate. Easy operation of volume and programs. Telecoil so you can connect your hunting radio and smartphone. Small zippered carrying case with space for extra batteries and wax filters. Disadvantages They ARE small, so it's important that you always put them in the carrying case when removing your hearing protection. Hunting radios must have Bluetooth to be used with a telecoil.
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