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Caldwell E-Max opinions please

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Turtle29728, Sep 11, 2009.

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  1. Turtle29728

    Turtle29728 TS Member

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    Anyone ever use the Caldwell E-Max low profile electronic earmuffs? Price is low compared to similar units from other manufacturers. Just wondering what the quality level is and how effective the noise reduction circuitry is.
     
  2. Turtle29728

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    anyone ever use these?
     
  3. goose2

    goose2 Well-Known Member

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    I have that exact pair and first off the noise reduction is good. The pair I own has a buzz in them with the volume up a little. It does not bother me that much but if you are thinking about it it can get on your nerves. I have never owned a pair of electronic muffs before. Who knows, maybe all of them do it.
     
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    The pair I have work fine...very good noise reduction whether the electronics is turned off or on. For the money, they are a good value...if the electronics break, the ear protection is still very good. Midway has a good return policy. Best Regards, Ed
     
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    Mine work great, the only type that don't bang on the stock excessively. e
    Excellent for the money.

    Bill
     
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