Working closely with Trimble, Inc., Bongiovi Acoustic Labs optimized the Clear 360 Pro with features adapted specifically for construction environments. Clear 360 Pro features superior hearing protection from loud sounds, both continuous and transient, extraordinary 360° Auditory Situational Awareness, and simultaneous Bluetooth communication capabilities. Patented voice frequency processing improves speech intelligibility in high noise environments to improve communications and production.
Premium hearing protection present in all listening modes.
Optimized for voice and 2-way communication.
SUPER HEARING MODE:
Hear incredible detail within your surroundings.
Natural and realistic, as if you were wearing nothing.
Subdues environmental sounds yet remains natural and realistic.
Removes outside stimulus while still providing hearing protection. Bluetooth-connected devices remain enabled.
A next generation wearable that sets the new standard for Hearing Protection, Auditory Situational Awareness, and Communications.
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Included with each CLEAR 360 Pro:
Full 360° directionality and situational awareness using all 3 dimensions of sound localization.
Uninterrupted sound while maintaining all loud sounds at a safe level.
Extremely long all-day battery life and quick recharge.
Multiple listening modes customized for optimized use in your environment.
Premium sound quality, CLEAR 360 Pro sounds natural, like the real world.
Utilizes advanced, patented, DPS audio optimization and speech-intelligibility technologies.
Incomplete sound location capabilities. Some left/right, but no up/down or front/back.
Often cuts off sounds completely, distorts sounds. Particularly high impact sounds.
Requires additional charge cycles for full day use.
Limited listening modes, usually just poor EQ adjustments.
Environment sounds unnatural and “plastic sounding”.
Does not have DPS audio and speech optimization.
CLEAR 360 is committed to disclosing detailed, accurate safety data for all CLEAR 360 products. Our products have been tested by Michael and Associates, the noted psychoacoustic scientists that helped write the safety standards for ANSI/ASA NRR. This ensures reliable and verifiable certifications. CLEAR 360 reports only real-world empirical data.
CLEAR 360 provides true certified NRR and Impulse Ratings as outlined by ANSI/ASA S3.19-1974 & S12.42-2010. Traditional products do not always furnish comprehensive ratings data. CLEAR 360 provides important safety information you need to know to make the clear choice in hearing protection. With all sounds, whether a momentary impact or a continuous extreme high noise environment, CLEAR 360 has you covered.
These are the guiding principles at CLEAR 360. Built on research, empirical data and proven technology, our rigid protocols provide users with real-world protection in high noise environments.
It was very important to us that all testing was conducted by a fully accredited, neutral third party with decades of experience in testing hearing protection devices. This ensures that you, the user, can have complete confidence that all measurement data is accurate and unbiased.
The CLEAR 360 has been measured for a Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) in accordance with ANSI S3.19-1974 as well as Impulsive Noise reduction in accordance with ANSI S12.42-2010. All measurements were conducted by Michael & Associates, Inc.
Michael & Associates, Inc. is accredited by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) National Voluntary Accreditation Program (NVLAP), Lab number 100427. These accreditation criteria encompass the requirements of international standards ISO 17025 for performing the aforementioned NRR and Impulsive Noise tests.
The NRR rating is a test of the passive protection provided by a Hearing Protection Device (HPD). EPA 40CFR211 requires that all HPDs publish the results of this test. This rating is meant to inform the user of the protection they can expect when properly using the HPD in continuous noise environments. This test is performed on real human subjects with the HPD powered off and used passively.
Impulse Noise Testing (IPIL) is not required by law, and is not always conducted for HPDs or published. This testing is performed on a test fixture (not real humans) with the HPD powered on and at maximum volume. It is intended to prove that the active electronics of an HPD properly limit loud, impulse sounds to the expected passive protection levels measured in the NRR test.
We feel that it is critically important that both tests are performed and that the results are made readily available. NRR testing alone does not tell the whole story of how well the user is protected when the HPD is powered on. By combining the results of both of these tests, users can be properly educated on the performance of their hearing protection in real world environments.
It is our primary mission and responsibility to ensure that our users are properly educated with all relevant information so that they may protect themselves and conserve their hearing.
Please refer to the product “Safety Information & Quick Start Guide” and the “User Manual” before use.