Ideal for Clubbing and Gigs
Concerts are loud. The average rock concert or night
club is 115 dBA, the recommend exposure time for
this level of sound is 15 minutes per day before
hearing damage can begin to occur. We all know
concerts and nights out last for far longer than 15
minutes, unprotected ears need looking after you
only get one pair, once damaged they won't repair.
Normal hearing protection seals off the ear with an
insulating material (like foam, or silicone), thus
blocking sound from entering the ear. Your ears are
protected, but a few problems can sometimes occur.
People will have to shout at each other in order to
carry on a conversation, and users can sometimes
find it hard to hear warning signals and other
The Noise Braker is a filter, it lets air and
sound through. The Noise Braker is designed to
reduce the intensity of sound waves, as the sound
waves get stronger then the filter will reduce it in
size. This way the wearer can carry on a normal
conversation. The normal voice can be heard with
slight reduction of volume, whilst loud music can be
filtered out to a lower level.
The Hocks Noise Braker
Filter converts acoustic energy into thermal energy
basically bouncing part of the dangerous incoming
sound back out of your earplug which subsequently
helps to cancel out the incoming noise, reducing it to
a safe volume level. The louder the damaging noise
is, the more of it that gets automatically cancelled
out. As a result, no sound over approximately 85
decibels is allowed to pass through the filter into
your ear! You can still hear but high levels of sound
cannot possibly get through the filter.
Braker Filters feature a multi-flange design for a
comfortable fit and a good seal every time for small
to average sized ear canals.
Also comes with a small
neat carry case.