V-Moda Faders VIP Tuned Earplugs are attractively styled and deliver detailed sound quality while protecting your hearing against harmful noise levels that can ultimately damage your hearing for life. A collaborative effort by renowned musicians Eric Morillo, Val Kolton & the Manufactured Superstars, the Faders VIP earplugs feature up to 12dB of noise reduction, crystal-clear music and speech, and medical-grade fittings. Unlike conventional earplugs, the Faders VIPs are designed to rest shallow in the ear canal, providing attenuation without compromising the overall sound. Constructed of aircraft-grade metal, the earplugs come with a detachable cord that keeps them attached to each other. A carrying case is also included.
Defend Your Ears, Preserve the Clarity
Conventional earplugs often sound muffled and others, including customs, can be positioned too deep within the ear canal compromising the overall sound.
Universal BLISS Fit (XS,S,M,L)
Four sizes of patented medical grade BLISS 3.0 hybrid silicone fittings are included to perfectly fit ears of all sizes, even the smallest and largest of ears. Your fit determines the sound and comfort, so you can fine-tune your experience without costly and time-consuming earmolds.
Practice safe sound, string or no-string attached by using the detachable cord and unscrewing it from the earplugs.
Use the included case for safe storage and easy access. Keep it in your pocket or wear it around your neck.
Music & Event Essential
Practice safe sound at clubs, concerts, racing, music performances or any event. Musicians and DJs can use Faders to rehearse and play live, even under headphones such as the V-MODA Crossfade.
Hearing Loss Epidemic
One in five teenagers has incurred noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) due to the increased usage of personal music players, smartphones, loud speakers and more. Millions of people permanently damage their hearing every year. Faders VIP will help preserve your hearing for life.
In The Loop
A portion of all proceeds go to the "In The Loop Foundation", a non-profit organization founded by the Kolton family to help educate and promote "practicing safe sound". In The Loop Foundation also provides scholarships for deserving individuals to pursue their audio dreams.