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A warning that one should stop listening (perhaps by covering one's ears, in the manner of actual earmuffs). Earmuff it, kids! This story is not appropriate for your young ears.
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earmuffs!

A warning that one should stop listening (perhaps by covering one's ears, in the manner of actual earmuffs). Earmuffs, kids! This story is not appropriate for your young ears.
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When tested in the presence of signals accompanying to the work of a miner, level-dependent earmuffs did not manifest any clear advantage as compared to passive hearing protectors [7].
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The earmuffs needed to be comfortable and snug enough to stay in place.
Earplugs are generally preferred as they are easy to put on and do not cause as much discomfort as earmuffs. Furthermore, they are inexpensive and, in a way, dispensable.
The IMPACT SPORT from Howard BOLT ELECTRONIC EARMUFF Leight by Honeywell delivers a Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) of 22 dB and slim profile.
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