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    Wed, 18 Mar 2015 15:23:12

    Goldenvoice & Doppler Labs Providing Coachella Attendees With DUBS Earplugs - Wow! Protect that hearing!

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    Goldenvoice and Doppler Labs have teamed up to make advanced hearing protection available to all attendees of Coachella 2015. Together, the companies will launch DUBS Earplugs, which are stylish concert earplugs created specifically for music listening.

    You have to protect your hearing at loud concerts, peeps! That is Mission: Critical. You can't get it back exactly as it was once you damage it.

    A pair of the new DUBS Earplugs will be distributed in all Coachella welcome boxes, giving festivalgoers the first opportunity to experience the newest hearing protection product from Doppler Labs. DUBS Earplugs are designed with a fashionable aesthetic, offer a 17 NRR rating to reduce volume to comfortable levels, and are soft molded for ultimate comfort.

    In addition to launching DUBS Earplugs, DUBS Acoustic Filters, Doppler Labs' inaugural product released in September 2014, will be available for sale on site at Coachella. These highly acclaimed, advanced tech earplugs use a proprietary mechanical process to optimize the listening experience, lowering sound by an average of 12 dB while preserving audio clarity.

    So that's good news! You can't risk your hearing. Yes, you love it loud and love rocking out but do so smartly, please.

    Do you wear earplugs at concerts? If so, which style or brand?

    —Amy Sciarretto
    03.18.15



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