Tactical Earpieces

Hearing Protection is a necessity for those serving in the military and law enforcement. Exposure to loud noises is a common occurrence for those who serve whether a fighter pilot, SWAT team member, combat engineer, or helicopter pilot and will damage ears over time.

Choosing the right hearing protection is imperative, but can be difficult. Standard foam earplugs must be inserted perfectly into the ear every time in order to attain a standard level of protection. Traditional headsets can be uncomfortable and cumbersome; while ordinary earplugs interfere with effective communication.


Emtech's custom fit hearing protection eliminates all the issues of using generic plugs and headsets. We design tactical earpieces unique to each person, molding them from impressions taken from the individual's ears for a perfect fit.

Depend on Emtech Laboratories for comfortable, durable hearing protection when it matters most because we depend on you.

Receiver

Ordinarily used with hearing instruments having an external receiver which is snapped into the clip ring in the mold. It fills the entire concha and is used mostly for body type instruments. Also used for auditory trainer molds, pilot molds, anesthesiologist molds, stethoscope molds. (Available in ALL materials).

Skeleton

This style offers excellent retention, yet is very lightweight. It is completely cut out, leaving only the outer ring. This offers very good concealment as well as comfort. (Available in ALL materials and acoustic modifications).

Semi- Skeleton

This style is basically a skeleton with the upper portion of the concha ring removed. In most cases it offers as much retention as the skeleton and is lighter. This is an excellent selection when the ear is not undercut in the upper concha and full retention can be obtained in the helix and anti-tragus. (Available in ALL materials and acoustic modifications).

Shell

The shell is similar to the receiver type but without the snap ring. The center is contoured to reduce the weight of the mold. This style takes advantage of the ear’s full retention. It is used mostly with severe and profound hearing losses. Also used for auditory trainer molds. (Available in ALL materials and acoustic modifications).

Half - Shell

This style is a modified shell. The anti-helix and parts of the upper concha of the mold are removed. It provides better retention than the canal mold and is used in many cases when the canal mold will not provide proper retention. (Available in ALL materials and acoustic modifications).