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Minuendo Entry-Level Lossless Earplugs (Basic)

$140.00

Minuendo is the gold standard for lossless earplugs. Using a specially designed membrane system, Minuendo earplugs provide natural sound in a wide protective range of sound levels without electronics.

For increased sound attenuation, upgrade the Pro version that adds custom silicone sleeves.

Lossless sound. Full protection. 

Minuendo is an advanced pair of earplugs that provide natural sound in a wide protective range of sound levels. By manually adjusting the lever, the earplugs can decrease the noise level by 7 to 25dB while keeping the sound perfectly clear. With patented membrane technology and micrometer precision craftsmanship, there is no frequency degradation like the muffled sound of existing foam earplugs. We offer a range of ear tips in different materials and varying sizes to ensure both comfort and prevention of sound leakage.

No electronics. Sleek and discreet.

Patented membrane technology allows lower frequencies to be attenuated equal to the higher frequencies, resulting in natural sound without a loss of protection. Minuendo earplugs are ideal for a variety of non-industrial settings, from the orchestra pit to the concert seats to the motorcycle.

Certifications and Ratings

Minuendo Lossless earplugs – Certifications & Ratings
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Articles

Click here to read about “Reducing Dependence on Attenuation for Decreased Sound Tolerance”.

“In this new century, wearing technology is common. Fashion conscientious consumers now routinely wear earbuds, air pods, hearables, and other devices in their ears which have become a normal part of daily life.  Adults, children, and those with special needs will readily adopt a high-tech-looking device rather than traditional plugs or earmuffs that make them either look strange or different.  Unknown to the public, these patients will be weaning themselves from the constant deep attenuation that creates the cycle of more auditory sensitivity.  While musicians may use these variable attenuating hearing protection devices, they offer a significant clinical application in treating those with sound tolerance disorders.”

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