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Qualidade do material empregado é bem superior, extremamente confortável, firme e alto isolamento acústico. As vozes são ouvidas com clareza. Recomendo o produto, compensa pagar um pouco a mais para ter um Peltor 3M.
Best electronic hearing protection I've ever used. Much better than Howard Leight impact pro and impact sport.
I have bought Howard Leight Impact Pro first. It is good for gun shot protection, but too bulky. When using with shotgun, once the impact pro felt off because gun stock push it over. Make my right ear ringing so bad. I need something more slim. However, I still keep it for pistol shooting.
Next, I bought Howard Leight Impact Sport. It is slim and no problem when shooting long gun stock. However, the sound protection is not good. The first time I used it, the gun shot from nearby shooters still loud. After the first time using it, my ears was still ringing for week. I decided to go further with other brands. I sold this pair to my friend.
Finally, I decided to buy Peltor Sport Tactical 300. It is the best of all three. Sound proof is perfect. Conversation voice is clear and crisp. Protection from gun shot is excellent. Worth paying the price twice of Howard Leight to protect your permanent hearing loss that cannot be recovered.
I choose 300 over 500 because I do not need bluetooth and 300 is cheaper. Worth the trial.
I have profound hearing loss (over 60%). My hearing Dr. (an avid shooter himself) recommends nothing less than 30 db NR. Passive systems, however, with recommended 30 db NR render me completely deaf. While on a range under the direction of a Range Officer, that's unacceptable. The Peltor product offers a high level of NR coupled with voice enhancement. It allows me hear the Range Officer's commands, while protecting me from further hearing loss due to gun fire. Also, their size/shape is conducive to proper cheek weld with shoulder fired weapons. I've used them while exposed to .308 rifle fire in an outdoor range setting, and found the Peltor product fully protected my hearing while amplifying the spoken word of the Range Officer. NR rating and electronic noise blocking tech for this product may not be sufficient for indoor range use, as gun blast tends to be much more pronounced. I've found that when used indoors while voice enhancement/noise blocking feature is engaged, gun blast from .45 ACP and 9mm remains uncomfortable. The db spike from a short barreled.357 mag. can hit 165 db, overwhelming anything made, unless you double up with ear plugs. That's from a guy who's lost over half his hearing. Recommend electronic voice enhancement/noise blocking feature be turned off when used indoors.
These are the best. I had the Peltor 6s and the Howard Leight. The 6s were OK, but were always running down the batteries. It was too easy to inadvertently turn them on. Changing batteries were also a pain on the 6s. The Howard Leight had two issues. First, they didn't seal well and let in ambient sounds. Second, the electronics felt too slow to cut amplification. I can't measure this but they felt louder the 6s. A gunshot is 3 to 5 milliseconds, and Howard Leight indicates the response time is in milliseconds. So, the earliest part of the gunshot is being amplified. I could hear this. A friend has the MSA digitals. These are very good, but no better than the Sport Tactical 300. The specs suggest the NNR of these is better than the MSA. A side by side comparison doesn't seem to support this. They are about the same in an unscientific at the range comparison. The electronics of these are better than the MSA. The MSA takes longer to recover amplification after a shot. These recover faster and block amplification seemingly instantaneously. The MSA is also instantaneous in blocking sound. Build quality seems OK. The MSA might be slightly better based on visual comparison. These are plenty good enough for me. I tend to take care of equipment. Given these are half the price of the MSA, I think they are a great buy.
These work great. Auto shutoff to save the battery. Multiple modes. Comfortable. Compact. Powered by two AA batteries or optional Lithium Ion battery pack. Optimized for human voice. Very sophisticated. My current favorite.
I like them so much I purchased a US006-1 case LTGEM for Howard Leight Impact Sport OD Electric Earmuff Case, Carrying Travel Storage Bag with Mesh Pocket for Accessories and the optional Lith-Ion rechargeable battery. 3M ALPHA1100 Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery Pack for 3M WorkTunes Wireless, Peltor Sport Tactical 300 and Tactical 500 Hearing Protectors. Both fit perfectly.
One problem: both the headphone's and the battery's manual say that an LED should blink on this Model 300 Tactical headset during charging of the lith-ion battery and become solid after fully charged.
I plugged the headset into multiple USB chargers and cords, but no LED blinked. I called 3M Peltor product support. They told me to send it back and gave me a prepaid RMA. They called back shortly afterward and told me the manual was incorrect. The Model 300 does not have an LED indicator. I guess you just plug it in overnight and hope for the best.
So I should not have sent it in. They are sending me a new headset (though nothing was wrong with the old one) and a credit for a new battery as they for some reason don't want to send me the battery. What a pain.
Bottom line: it's a great headset and the lith-ion battery works, but has no charging indication.