Peltor Sport Tactical 500 Smart Electronic Hearing Protector for shooting & hunting

January 3, 2020 - Comment

Targeted NRR of 26 dba for Passive sound protection. Suppresses gunshot noise and amplifies low sounds using proprietary 3M technologies. Gunshot recognition and suppression technology optimizes noise protection based on the firearm being used and the environment in which it’s being used. Clear voice tracking technology seeks voice amongst the noise to improve speech intelligibility

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(as of April 16, 2020 2:12 pm GMT-0600 - Details)

Targeted NRR of 26 dba for Passive sound protection. Suppresses gunshot noise and amplifies low sounds using proprietary 3M technologies. Gunshot recognition and suppression technology optimizes noise protection based on the firearm being used and the environment in which it’s being used. Clear voice tracking technology seeks voice amongst the noise to improve speech intelligibility and situational awareness. Bluetooth wireless technology to seamlessly sync to mobile devices. Make and receive phone calls through the Headset. Engineered for optimal fit and comfort. Foldable and adjustable.

Product Features

  • NRR: 26 dB noise reduction rating
  • IDEAL FOR both indoor and outdoor shooters and hunters
  • BLUETOOTH TECHNOLOGY to stream music and make calls
  • DYNAMIC SUPPRESSION TIME measures the energy in gunshot noise and automatically sets suppression time for reduced echoes and increased comfort
  • CLEAR VOICE TRACKING seeks voice within background noise and actively filters noise for improved speech intelligibility
  • DURABLE RECESSED MICROPHONES prevent damage and reduce wind noise
  • RUNS ON 2 AA BATTERIES (not included)

Comments

Anonymous says:

3M/Peltor Tactical 500: An Uncomfortable Disappointment. When I first heard about these during SHOT Show 2017, I was very excited. I’m a machinist and a competitive shooter, so I work and play in noisy environments. I’m also an autodidact, and listen to about 10 hours of podcasts and audiobooks daily. Since the phone often needs to be plugged in, that means “ear pro” must have bluetooth, and at least a 12 hour, rechargeable battery life for daily service.After finally having the money to buy a pair of the 3M Peltor Tactical 500, first I…

Anonymous says:

Good, but lacking comfort. This will be a combination 300/500 review for those cross-shopping the two, since I have both sets in my possession.These new Peltor headsets make up part of a range of new sets for 2017. They’re pretty great for shooting with, but also when you’re doing “work-y” things like hammering nails, using a nail gun, lawn-mowing etc.That said, these aren’t perfect, so let’s start at the beginning.(Note: I have the Peltor TacticalPro that I’ve used for years,…

Anonymous says:

Good protection, bad bluetooth Used in 3 gun competitions, indoor/outdoor pistol ranges, outdoor rifle ranges.Hearing protection is great. I used to put ear plugs under my Howard Leights and Walker Razors to get comfortable sound levels around those big brakes on 3 gun rifles. Not with these Peltors I can run the timer comfortably no matter how obnoxious the gun is. I upgraded to the gel cups, and added a padded headband but honestly neither were necessary. Sound quality from the microphones is fantastic…

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