Love your Music - Love your Hearing



The World Health Organisation

“Some 1.1 billion teenagers and young adults are at risk of hearing loss due to the unsafe use of personal audio devices, including smartphones, and exposure to damaging levels of sound at noisy entertainment venues such as nightclubs, bars and sporting events.”

Hear The World Foundation

Photographer and musician Bryan Adams captured more than 100 celebrity ambassadors in the Hear the World pose for conscious hearing, with their hands cupped behind their ears.They all contribute towards raising public awareness for the importance of good hearing as well as the consequences of hearing loss.

Love Your Hearing

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Night Clubs, Concerts & Music Festivals


The noise levels at Night Clubs and Concerts is excessive and can sometimes be as high as 105dB. This can cause permanent hearing loss and Tinnitus.


Personal Music Players


More and more people, both young and old, are listening to music with earphones/muffs and are unaware of the potential damage that long term exposure and high volume levels can cause.

Protect your Hearing with Custom Ear-moulds



Music Ear Moulds

ER 9, 15, 25

Musicians, Singers, Bands, DJs, Sound Engineers, Concerts Goers, Clubbers

Custom soft silicone earplug with flat attenuation for anyone who wants to maintain hi-fidelity and/or speech.

Love your Music? Then make sure you protect and Love your Hearing!


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Music Ear Moulds plus Earphones

ER Moulds + Earphones: 2 in 1 solution

Musicians, Singers, Bands, DJs, Sound Engineers, Concerts Goers, Clubbers

Custom soft silicone ER Moulds with single driver/speaker earphones which fit perfectly in to the moulds providing a perfect acoustic seal and listening environment.

Love your Music? Then make sure you protect and Love your Hearing!


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In-Ear Monitors

Single, Dual, Triple driver systems

Musicians, Singers, Bands, DJs, Sound Engineers, Concerts Goers, Clubbers

Custom moulded soft silicone and hard acrylic Monitors with a choice of single, dual or triple driver/speaker units for musicians who want the best sound quality and to protect their hearing.

Love your Music? Then make sure you protect and Love your Hearing!


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Custom Sleeves

Custom moulded silicone sleeves

If you have your own earphones then we can customise the fitting for greater comfort and listening.

Custom soft silicone sleeve which fits your own personal earphones providing a perfect acoustic seal with noise isolation.

Love your Music? Then make sure you protect and Love your Hearing!


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Listening Too Loud


According to James C. Denneny III, M.D., CEO of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery,  it has become common for people to listen to music through headphones and earbuds at around 100 decibels (dB). Rock concerts may hit 120 dB.

Frequent exposure to sounds over 85 decibels (dB) over time can impair your hearing, he explains. The louder the sound, the less time it takes. Just 14 minutes of exposure to sound at 100 dB can begin to damage sensitive structures in the inner ear.

And teens and young adults may be especially likely to expose themselves to earsplitting noise. According to a 2016 report from the World Health Organization (WHO), 1.1 billion young people worldwide face an increased likelihood of hearing loss from risky listening practices.

Nearly 50 percent of people between 12 and 35 listen to unsafe levels of sound on personal audio devices such as smartphones and other personal music players, says the WHO.


Protect Those Ears


Take steps to curtail habits that may harm your hearing (or that of teens and younger children) over time. Our experts advise the following:

  • Be especially careful about exposing yourself to loud environments if you’ve already had tinnitus.
  • Wear earplugs at loud events. Inexpensive foam drugstore products will do. Or, wear earmuffs.
  • Keep the volume on headphones and earbuds at 60 percent or less of maximum volume. Researchers at the Boston Children’s Hospital recently determined that listening to music on headphones or earbuds at this volume for an hour a day should be relatively safe.
  • If you’re unsure what a safe volume is, Denneny says you should still be able to hear outside conversation when listening. “If the person next to you can hear what you’re listening to on your earphones, that’s over 100 dB and that’s too loud,” he says.
  • Opt for over-the-ear headphones instead of earbuds; this may help safeguard your ears.
  • Consider buying a portable decibel meter from an electronics store, or downloading a decibel meter app on your cell phone. This can give you an idea when you might need earplugs.
  • If you (or your youngster) experience tinnitus or suspect hearing loss, talk to your doctor. He or she can help determine whether a medical issue such as impacted earwax is getting in the way of proper hearing or whether a true hearing problem is the cause. 


Hearing Healthcare Ireland is the Irish Music Industry’s preferred supplier when it comes to hearing protection.

We have been supplying the Irish music industry with custom-moulded hearing protectors and in-ear-monitors for over 20 years. Our superior Elacin “musicians ear plugs” are the music industry standard. Based in Dublin, our personnel can visit your recording studio or theatre location to take impressions and advise on our products.

Although there is no cure for music-induced hearing loss, it is 100% preventable. The use of modern In-Ear Monitors and Musician ear plugs is now becoming standard practice both for prevention of hearing loss and for listening comfort.

For further information on our current range of In-Ear Monitors, ER Moulds and ER Earphones please Contact Us.

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Hearing Healthcare Ireland Ltd.

60 Capel Street,  Dublin 1

Phone: 01-8726893


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