3M TEKK WorkTunes Hearing Protector, MP3 Compatible with AM/FM Tuner

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3M TEKK WorkTunes Hearing Protector, MP3 Compatible with AM/FM Tuner

3M TEKK WorkTunes Hearing Protector, MP3 Compatible with AM/FM Tuner

  • All-in-one AM/FM broadcasting and chance protector
  • Digital tuning with LCD display
  • MP3 or detector compatible
  • Lightweight and comfortable
  • Innovative decibel limiter

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  1. 80 of 86 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Listening to music while you work, April 2, 2008
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    DosLady (Bend, OR USA) –

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    This review is from: 3M TEKK WorkTunes Hearing Protector, MP3 Compatible with AM/FM Tuner (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I bought this for my husband. For years and years, he has worn protector headsets while working outside and in his workshop with NO listening to music. Now, he was truly excited to listen to music/talk radio while he works.

    I set up the radio stations. 5 AM and 5 FM stations for preset. The enclosed instructions on this were vague. But following the instructions and pressing the menu button I knew the radio station had done the preset. The digital screen would show the preset as m1, m2, m3, m4,or m5. There is a right/left arrow button to search between radio stations. Then the AM/FM dial. There is a place for a stereo jack for your players. The screen will indicate when the batteries are low.

    One thing, one radio station would not preset. A local station, too. It could not pick up a strong signal and therefore could not preset. But I succeeded with the rest. He says, “reception is great”. We live in rural Oregon.

    My husband did say the headset fit better than any other he had used.
    He nows takes it back and forth from work as he is a heavy machine operator. He says Peltor is a well known brand.

    June 24, Update

    I have been using this headset while I vaccum. I can hear my stations just fine. Once in a while when I bend over I will hear static for a second or two. I still hear the vaccum, but it sounds like it is far away and muffled.

     

     


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  2. 249 of 256 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Almost perfect, April 11, 2008
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    Clovis (United States) –

    This review is from: 3M TEKK WorkTunes Hearing Protector, MP3 Compatible with AM/FM Tuner (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I tune and rebuild pianos as a hobby, so you can imagine how much I value my hearing. I never even swing a hammer without hearing protection, so I have a pair of earmuffs on pretty much all the time while in the shop.

    Of course, I also love music. Since I got the Worktunes headphones, I can listen to my music clearly without having to blast it over the sounds of power equipment.

    Pros: Digital tuning. Memory presets. Lasts 2 solid days on AA batteries when listening to the radio. Pretty durable. Great reception in rural areas (as good as can be expected from an antenna of this size). Speaker sound quality and dynamic range from an external MP3 player is excellent – much better than I expected.

    Cons: In cities and areas of strong signals, the receiver frontend saturates easily and you will hear several stations poorly at once (intermodulation). This is a common problem for many simple FM receivers.

    The volume knob doesn’t function for the MP3 input… it would be nice if I could change the volume of my music without fidgeting with the MP3 player. This also means that the MP3 input bypasses the amplification circuitry. The power for sound comes from your tiny MP3 player’s battery rather than the cheap robust AA batteries in the headphones. That was poor engineering, as it would have been very easy to pipe in the input through the audio amp – sparing the tiny MP3 battery and utilizing the volume knob. In fact, I will modify the input in this manner very soon.

    With the radio and the noise reduction, you really can’t hear a darn thing that is going on. That could be good and bad. Someone could be robbing your shop in a bulldozer and you’d never know it. Two people have already snuck up on me while wearing these. Be aware of your security. I would not recommend using these while working in a bad neighborhood, or in a situation where a partner will be depending on you to hear screams for help.

    Summary: For the price, don’t expect anything perfect. The radio problem is minor and common. The noise reduction is excellent. This product exceeded my expectations. If I break these, I will gladly buy another pair. I don’t know how I lived without them!

     

     


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