The new CutOff Pro headset from MSA protects the ears from loud noises while allowing the wearer...
The new CutOff Pro headset from MSA protects the ears from loud noises while allowing the wearer to hear conversations face-to-face, says Donna Rentler, the company’s product manager for eye, face and hearing protection. The buttons and the built-in microphone on the ear muff allow users to hear face-to-face conversations with co-workers, Rentler says. CutOff Pro also offers adjustable amplification of weak sounds, suitable for people with impaired hearing, the company says. The product is ideal for use in industries with high impulse noises such as road maintenance, railroad sites and shooting ranges. The CutOff Pro headset has been designed so that the sound level in the ear cups does not go over 82 decibels, Rentler says. It has replaceable hygiene kit for removing and replacing the ear cushions every six months and has a battery life of 1,000 hours.