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Poor mans noise reduction ear-buds. Many advantages over ($200-$300)Bose: cheaper (pennies on the dollar) and smaller, allows mobility, no batteries required. Using existing (JVC) noise canceling Ear-buds, use ...
Get some earbuds similar to those shown.
Pull the blue cushion off the earbuds - this'll be replaced using regular foamy-type earplugs.
If you have some heat-shrink, you can make the tube long thereby using more of the foamy-type earplug. If no heat-shrink, cut to length just exceeding the earbud ...
If you have some heat-shrink, cut to desired length and shrink around existing earbud tube. A longer tube allows more use of the earplug thereby eliminating more external ...
You must punch a hole thru the earplug, in order to pull it over-top the heat-shrink (or earbud tube). Get a cheap hole punch kit from any hobby ...
Once the foam has expanded and the hole is thru the middle. Pull the plug over-top the heat-shrink tube. It should fit snuggly so as to not slip ...
Squeeze the plug to compress foam and slide into ear canal. Plug into mp3 player and Enjoy.
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