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Ear Muff Design

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Thermoplastic polyurethane is very thin and stretchy covering over gel and memory foam pad. It forms a very soft comfortable seal around ears and also seals very well around arms of sunglasses.

Quiet Ride around ear noise reduction muff

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*Is a passive noise cancelling earmuff
*The ear muff pad is large enough to seal around the ear to block out noise

*Designed with slot in earmuff ABS cup and ABS washer with pad attached to accept speaker line passing through muff

*Helmet speaker is Velcroed off center for placement in front of ear canal *Helmet speaker is also off center to allow ear flap to rest comfortably behind helmet speaker in earmuff. *Electrician tape wrapped around snap on connection between earmuff cup and wash with pad seals connection and results in 2 decibel increase in noise reduction.

Option Headphone system in around ear noise reduction muff

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A powerful 40 mm speaker with neodymium magnet used by most headphone manufactures such as Bose, Sennheiser and Beats and many other manufacturers is installed in option headphone around ear noise reduction muffs. These powerful speakers will move enough air to produce good midrange sound and great bass sound for superior music enjoyment and superior voice quality for communication not physically possible to produce using helmet speakers.

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*A soft thin foam pad is positioned over speaker for comfort and to keep debry out of speaker.
*It is easy to switch from standard earmuff with helmet speaker to earmuff with headphone system with connection just outside of earmuffs.

Air pump and air bladder plumbing design

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Air bladders are Velcroed to inside of helmet shell and back side of ear noise reduction muffs. Air bladders hold ear noise reduction muffs in place in ear noise reduction muff pockets in side padding. When air bladders are filled with air they force ear noise reduction muffs to seal around ears blocking exterior noise from entering ears.