Shooting & Hunting


The outdoor enthusiast wants to listen to music without losing the auditory connection to their surroundings. Shooters…a cheek weld not hampered by their protective hear muffs. Hunters…to communicate with their buddies and enhance the sounds around them. Click here for all of that.

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Yes. Click here to download our CLARUS PRO installation notes!
Simply route the cable behind your ears and behind your back, and place the control box on your belt.
Hear-thru allows you to maintain critical situational awareness, and to have face to face conversations without removing your hearing protection in all types of operational environments. Hear-thru is also known as electronically controlled hear-thru and sound localization. Users manually control the hear-thru volume level via assigned buttons on the product. Voice prompts indicate to the user when the system is set at either the lowest or the highest volume level. Silynx systems enhance the user’s natural hearing ability, allowing for awareness of ambient noises that would otherwise go unheard. Regardless of the hear-thru level that a user chooses at any given time, during impulse noise events the hear-thru system responds to the decibel increase, automatically and immediately compressing the noise until the decibels decrease back to safe levels.
From a functional standpoint there is very little difference between the two. Both effectively protect your hearing and provide the pass thru of ambient sound. The primary difference is in compatibility with eyewear, size, weight, and comfort. When using eyewear with earmuffs, you reduce protective quality of the earmuff, and risk hearing damage; in-ear hearing protection was designed to ensure there is no degradation of hearing protection when using eyewear. Bulky earmuffs take up considerably more space than in-ear headsets. Bulky earmuffs are considerably heavier than in-ear headsets. Bulky earmuffs tend to be uncomfortable, while in-ear headsets provide all day comfort.