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Pro Tac Mag Gold Electronic Ear Muffs
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- Large ear cup designed for extreme
noise environment. Maximum hearing protection
- Great for range
masters and shooting instructors
- Best firearms shooting
protection in covered or indoor shooting ranges
- Ideal for use
with all handguns
- Great for flight crews conducting pre-flight
- Apple iPod, CD, motor sports scanner or radio
compatible using a 3.5 mm mini jack. Enjoy high fidelity sound while
protecting your hearing
- Listen only communications
The Gold Series Advantage is the balance achieved between comfort, noise
attenuation and purity of sound. No compromises. No excuses.Natural replication of amplified sound.
Real audiophiles understand that for purity of sound an analog
sound system is superior to a digital sound system, however, digital
systems can correct imperfections or enhance and modify sound better
than analog systems. Most active hearing protectors or stereo
headphones employ one technology or the other. Our engineers at
Pro-Ears were not willing to compromise for the sake of simplicity or
cost. The result is the hybrid digital/analog system found exclusively
in the Gold Series active hearing protectors. Clear sound, clear
commands, real advantage.
To further enhance the natural sound
quality we use gold connectors and high quality amplifiers and
microphones to reduce impedance. Our proprietary software reduces
interference caused by wind while enhancing the sounds you want to
hear. Advancements to our exclusive DLSC technology
compression turn an impulse sound wave from a gunshot into a soft,
audible pop. Finely engineered circuitry with proprietary programming
has reduced attack time
1.5 milliseconds. We provide adjustable gain control so you can adjust
the industry leading sound
to match your situational needs.
What is the difference between Pro Tac and the regular Gold models?
The Pro Tac models are essentially the same as the traditional gold models and have the same electronic technology. However, the differences are the Pro Tac models:
- Include an option of “N” size Battery or Lithium 123a batteries –which are more commonly found in law enforcement and military service equipment
- The cup emblem is grey and more subdued
- Cup is slightly narrower at the bottom for the slim and mag models
Reliability is part of the advantage.
Technical support and the Gold warranty
Gold Series hearing protector comes with a limited five year warranty -
perfect to give you peace-of-mind that you have purchased the finest
American made electronic hearing protection available. Your Gold Series
earmuffs are protected against defects in materials or workmanship for
five years from the original purchase date by a limited warranty. You
can also call our customer support M-F 9 AM to 5 PM Mountain Time, to
talk to a representative about any problem you may experience or offer
suggestions on how to improve our products or service. You need to
contact Customer Service for a return material authorization (RMA) prior
to returning your shooters hearing protection.
Click here to read full warranty
I'm a very happy long term user.
I've been a Pro Ears customer for many, many years shooting IPSC, IDPA, and 3-gun. I'm also an NRA Instructor. I've used "Linear Elites," "Dimension 1," and now the "Pro Tac Mag Gold." I upgrade to Pro Ears newer technology. I lend my 'old technology' Pro Ears to students, so all my Pro Ears get lot's of use.
I had trouble, years ago, with the Dimension 1's and they went to Customer Service and were promptly returned at no charge. At a class yesterday I had the headband break on my Gold's -- I simply swapped the band from my back-up Pro Ears and was on my way (I believe in the "two is one and one is none" dictum, so I always have back-ups)
I purchased my Pro Tac Mag Gold due to the NRR 33 rating since I teach at indoor ranges (shooting in a concrete box) and the Gold's work very well in this arena.
I'm a very satisfied Pro Ears customer and highly recomend their products.
I have owned this set for approximately 1 year. I shoot approximately 2 times a week. Last month, February 2012 while at the range the head band broke into two pieces. It was approximately 20 degrees outside temperature. Other thn this the ears have worked well. I called the company and they mailed me a replacement head band at no charge. At the price I paid for these ears I expect them to function without issues as this for years to come.
It is with sincerest thanks that I wish to commend your Service Representative, Shannon Plamondon for expeditiously handling my recent warranty claim for a broken head-band on my Pro Ears Tac Mag Gold muffs.
In this age of Automated Everything it was a pleasure to have a live, knowledgeable and courteous human pick up the phone on the second ring. No menu selections, no waiting queue no elevator music. Just like the old days when the customer was the first concern. I like that and am sorry that with many companies it has fallen to the current state of affairs.
Once again, thanks for a job well done.
I bought these last year during the Black Friday weekend sale and I love them. I hear a low level hiss when I wear them in quiet surroundings, but it's not an issue when I wear foam plugs too, and I always wear foam plugs under any type of muffs when shooting. Ask an audiologist, it's just the smart thing to do.
I wish I had owned a set of these back in the '50s and '60s. Maybe I wouldn't have messed up my hearing.
Warning: Do not buy these.
I own the Pro Mags and Pro Tac muffs. Like other customers who bought the Pro Mag muffs, after a period of time they start making static noise, etc. Clearly a problem with the electronics. Of course it is not covered under warranty and they want a diagnostic fee just to look at them. Then an additional amount after the fact to fix/replace them. It's not worth it folks. Muffs this expensive should last 10+ years. Expect to replace your pro ears every few years if you stick with this brand.
My Pro Tacs are just starting to fail now and I have had them for less time than the Pro Mags.
Unfortunately, it makes no sense to pay more money to have them looked at. I am pretty much out $600 on two head sets. I will have to work on a youtube review for these products.