Walker's Pumps Up the Volume with New Power Muff Quads

Walker's Pumps Up the Volume with New Power Muff Quads
Loud sounds, like muzzle blasts, are instantly compressed.

Grand Prairie, TX--Walker's, the shooting and hunting industry pioneer in hearing protection, expands their line with new Power Muff Quads. The most advanced amplification earmuffs on the market are now available in Realtree and Mossy Oak, and Blaze Orange, complimenting their current black production models.

These popular earmuffs incorporate four individual high frequency response, directional microphones that provide the most natural, crystal clear sound amplification and hearing protection, all in one unit. By incorporating the advanced Sound Activated Compression (SAC) circuit, loud sounds, like muzzle blasts, are instantly compressed, while line commands and conversations at the range and in the field are still easily heard. Additionally, the Power Muff Quads provide a reliable 24 dB Noise Reduction Rating in all situations. When you combine the 9X-hearing enhancement with two independent volume and bass/treble controls for precise sound tuning, locating a gobbling turkey or bugling elk is a snap!

Whether you are shooting clays, driving tacks at the range, or maybe calling coyotes on the prairie, Walker's Power Muff Quads should be protecting your hearing.


Features:


  • Up to 9X Hearing Enhancement
  • 24 dB Noise Reduction Rating
  • Sound Activated Compression
  • Power Muff Quads have 4 independent microphones for high quality directionality
  • 2 independent volume and bass/treble controls for precise sound fine tuning
  • Ultimate acoustical seal
  • Batteries included
  • MSRP: $219.95 Blaze Orange. $234.95 Camo

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