Prosounds Introduces the M-Series Electronic Muffs

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There is nothing quite as annoying as having to yell at your shooting partner because they don’t have electronic muffs. ProSounds has introduced the M-Series electronic ear muffs bringing another mid priced option to the table. They are running a Kickstarter campaign just like they did when the X-Pro Plugs were introduced. The last Kickstarter they did to launch a product was overwhelmingly successful, I expect this campaign to be just as successful, a sure bet since the campaign hit the minimum amount to fund the project in less than 24 hours.ย unnamed

The M-Series muffs are going to come in three flavors to suit just about any users preference. The M-P will be their passive muff with no electronic enhancements with a $40 MSRP. Mid-range in the line you find the M-2 muff with 2 microphone pickups priced at $89 MSRP. The top of the line muff is the M-4 muffs featuring 4 directional mics to help the electronic package mimic sounds below 85 db just as they are heard by the human ear normally. The M-4 has a MSRP of $139, putting it right in line with most mid range electronic muffs.ย The ProSounds M-Series muffs have all the features that you might expect out of muffs in this price range as well as a wonderful noise reduction rating of 25db.

There is still time to get in on this Kickstarter and enjoy a discount over the normal suggested price of the M-Series muffs. You can check the campaign out here. You can also learn more about the M-Series as well as the X-Pro plugs at the ProSounds website here.

 

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Patrick R

Patrick is a Senior Writer for The Firearm Blog and works in the shooting sports industry. He is an avid recreational shooter and a verified gun nerd. With a lifelong passion for shooting, he has a love for all types of firearms, especially handguns and the AR-15 platform. Patrick may be contacted at tfbpatrick@gmail.com.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


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  • Tyler

    As someone who backed their recent campaign, I can tell you first hand what a disaster it was. The product was late to arrive, they’re uncomfortable as hell. The mechanism would rattle when turned “off.” You could tilt your head and hear the pieces moving around and resealing. The customer service was horrendous; they rarely replied to any backer issues. The comment section was filled with disgruntled backers. Many of the packages shipped with 2 right or left ear pieces instead of a proper pair. Any update we were given from them made zero mention of our complaints. They acted as if everyone was happy. So I have zero reason to trust them again with my money.

    • JumpIf NotZero

      That sucks, but sounds fairly typical for crowd funded electronics.

      You messed around, now go get some MSAs bro ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Tyler

        I’ve been eyeballing Howard leight impact sports for a while. Pair those with my sonic defenders and I think I’ll have a good rig going. I’ll have to look into MSA THOUGH.

        • JumpIf NotZero

          HL are what people get before buying others ๐Ÿ˜‰

          Trust me, no comparison to MSAs with the gel cups.

          • rob in katy

            where do you get MSAs?

  • iksnilol

    I’ve yet to find electronic ear pro with good protection.

    I only use them for suppressed weapons and .22s

    • ItalianAmerican

      Usually, the electronic ones are to be used in conjunction with in-ears ones; that’s what I do (and have been doing it for years) and it works. They amplify somewhat voices and people enough to help at the range understand what people tell you while still suppressing loud bangs.