Thanks for the info but I would be aware of the statement on the manufacturer's website.
My hearing aids do that (see my earlier post). But at $5000 for the pair with very few insurance companies contributing anything (my insurance is absolutely the best and it only covered 2 grand), the price is a bit steep.I keep trying to use ear protection and i got use to no highs for a while there( only at practice...) its been a bit hard to keep up still trying, but is there any type of ear protection that keeps it sounding the same and drops all volume not just muffles everything?
For me, every drum sound seems "wrong" with any kind of protection I've tried except the hearing aids. My thought, in those circumstances, is just to keep trying things until you find the "Least Objectionable Wrongness," which is, I suppose, just a more pragmatic way of saying, "what works best for you."Sorry if i missed it throughout the entire post, but with my Firth headphones, my toms seem really loud. The overtones just kill, i almost don't like using my toms. I was thinking of getting actual earplugs instead of using my Firths. Any advice?