Protect your hearing

Noise-induced hearing loss is 100% preventable with the right hearing protection.

Why choose a hearing communication device:

Communicating with people can be difficult in a loud workplace. Communication is a bigger challenge in situations where line-of-sight between workers isn’t possible, for instance, in confined space.

A hearing communication device limits background noise and enables workers to share instructions, warnings and other important information.

Headsets feature speakers inside the ear cups which gives workers the ability to communicate directly with those around them.

Explore our bestselling headsets:

Levitt-Safety carries hearing communication devices from leading manufacturers like 3M and Honeywell.

We can provide product recommendations, quotes, training and support. Fill out the form to get started.

Hearing communication devices

Peltor™ WS LiteCom Plus

The WS LiteCom Plus Headset features a two-way radio, noise-cancelling microphone, Bluetooth connectivity and ambient listening for noisy environments.

3M™ | NRR 27 dB

Peltor™ ProTac XPI

The ProTac XPI headset features level-dependent microphones, Bluetooth capability for two devices and an external audio jack to connect to radio systems.

3M™ | NRR 26 dB

Peltor™ WS LiteCom Pro III

The LiteCom Pro III features level-dependent hearing protection with a built-in two-way radio for hands-free communication. Bluetooth lets workers be connected to two mobile devices.

3M™ | NRR 28 dB

Peltor™ EEP-100

These electronic ear plugs have external microphones to let you communicate in noisy environments and monitor environmental sounds. 16-hour run time and recharges within three hours.

3M™ | NRR 23 dB

How hearing communication devices work

Headset-to-headset communication

Headset-to-headset communication headsets allow workers to speak directly to each other. Options for headset-to-headset include wireless Bluetooth options or direct radio connection.

Ambient listening

Ambient listening models feature microphones on the outside of the ear cups. This suppresses loud noises to a lower volume and allows the user to hear quieter sounds – like speech.

Many new headset models feature a combination of headset-to-headset communication and ambient listening.

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Have a question?

Our team of hearing specialists is ready to help with any questions you may have.

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We can provide product recommendations, pricing and user training.

How to buy:

You can buy most of our hearing communication devices through our online shop.

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