Hearing Protection

Trust your ears to SoundGear

The sound of gun blasts, power tools and industrial machines can damage hearing in a heartbeat. Yet hunters, recreational shooters and workers need to hear clearly to be safe and successful.

SoundGear electronic hearing protection devices answer both needs in a single product — digitally enhancing environmental awareness while simultaneously protecting your hearing from loud noises like gun blasts and engines.

We are proud to fit SoundGear

Made by Starkey — America’s premier provider of hearing solutions — SoundGear instruments feature advanced digital technology capable of enhancing sound eight times over traditional hearing protection products. That same technology simultaneously detects loud impulse noises as they happen, instantly and automatically suppressing them to protect your hearing.

Introducing Phantom

We’re excited to fit Phantom, the world’s first custom, Bluetooth, rechargeable hearing protection and enhancement device. Phantom delivers benefits no other product can:

  • Automatic protection from loud sounds and gun shots.
  • Hear conversations and environmental sounds with ease. 
  • Custom-molded to your ear for a comfortable, personalized fit.
  • Stream calls, music or other audio wirelessly from your phone.
  • One, overnight charge ensures you’re powered all day long.

SoundGear is ideal for hunters, shooters, industrial and construction workers, even military personnel and police officers.

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Customer Reviews

Always very helpful and never rushed!

Tommylyn Waller, on Google

Visit went as expected. On time with good information.

Michael Brewer, on Google

Working with Tiffany and her staff has been one of my best experiences involving my hearing! Thanks so much for their help 👍I can finally get involved in conversations and understand what the other people are saying!😁

Patrick ONeal, on Google

Tiffany and Cynthia were so pleasant and professional to work with. One of the main reasons I will be obtaining my hearing aid through them.

Kelly Rae Martin, on Google

I didn't need hearing aids and she was quite up front about it. Said I should check in 6 months if anything changes, but otherwise check once a year. She could have insisted that it would be better to start now, but as soon as I said I was fine,...

Debbie Williams, on Google

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