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Professional High Fidelity Earplugs

Decibullz Custom Molded Professional High Fidelity Earplugs have a tuned and flat attenuation. This reduces all frequencies by approximately the same level. Perfect for musicians, professionals, and anyone else who requires extreme sound accuracy.

Black Professional High Fidelity Earplugs
  • Accurate Passive Reduction

    Accurate Passive Reduction

  • Full Clarity of Sound

    Full Clarity of Sound

  • True Custom Fit

    True Custom Fit

  • Heat with Warm Water

    Heat with Warm Water

  • Shape to your Ears

    Shape to your Ears

  • Re-Moldable



Decibullz top rated DIY Thermo-fit Molded Earpieces combined with professional acoustic filter technology. Decibullz Custom Molded Professional Filters provide a tuned and flat attenuation. This reduces all frequencies by approximately the same level so everything sounds like it is supposed to sound without damaging the users hearing.

Improper fitting or misuse of earplugs will reduce their effectiveness and could result in hearing loss or injury.




  • Weight: 0.5 lbs
  • Dimensions: 4.5 x 3.5 x 1.25 in
  • Color: Black

  • Rating: SNR value of 17dB offering mid/high attenuation, suitable for music up to 102dB

  • Included: Two Decibullz Thermoplastic Custom Molds, Two Acoustic Filters, Three Sets of Triple Flange Tips S, M, L, Three Sets of Max Protect S,M,L Foam Tips, Premium Carrying Case, Instructions

Professional High Fidelity Earplugs



1 review REVIEWS


    This is a product that I was totally unfamiliar with but seemed like a really good idea. Growing up in the age of classic rock, I listened to a lot of music at levels that were no doubt damaging to my hearing. Working in the steel mill also had serious noise levels. This was in a time period where ear plugs were not recognized for hearing protection or at least not used.

    - Will B on May 11, 2018