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Live Fire® Stealth Electronic Shooting Hearing Protection


  • Double Action™ Technology – provides the dual benefits of hearing enhancement and hearing protection – allows you to listen closely for prey or talk with friends at the shooting range, but the moment a gun blast impulse is detected, Live Fire Stealth’s sound-activated compression technology protects your ears from the dangerous noise
  • Hearing Enhancement – 4 digital sound processing channels, 16-Band Equalizer, 24-bit audio processor, receiver in canal (RIC) amplifier and integrated frequency tuning provide optimal sound amplification and clarity
  • Hearing Protection – sound-activated compression technology assures that loud sounds are compressed and suppressed before entering the ear canal; includes Mack’s Covert Ops and Ear Ammo Soft Foam Earplugs (5 each) to protect your other ear
  • Raised, easy-touch power ON/OFF and volume controls allow for simple, intuitive adjustments on-the-go
  • Sporty, comfortable to wear, and easy to use
  • Works with glasses and fits either ear – fits behind and over the ear for a secure fit
  • Low-power battery warning
  • Water resistant
  • Includes storage case and multi-sized ear tips for optimal comfort and performance – Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) – 23 decibels when orange ear tip is used – Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) – 20 decibels when black ear tip is used
  • Requires (1) size 13 battery (not included)




Download Instruction Manual and Quick Start Guide


Do I need to use a certain type of battery in my device?
Yes.  It’s very important to use the battery size and type specified in the owners manual. We recommend using alkaline batteries for best performance. Zinc carbon batteries have inferior life spans and may cause equipment to not operate properly. To minimize the chances of battery leakage problems, do not mix and match different battery brands in the same device.


How can I clean up the battery compartment and terminals after a battery leaks?
In a well-ventilated area, wearing gloves and glasses, use a toothbrush or cotton swab to remove the battery leakage from the electrical contacts and compartment.  If stubborn leakage remains, use either one tablespoon of boric acid in one gallon of water or a mixture of equal amounts of diluted vinegar or lemon juice with water (50/50 ratio). Lightly dampen a cotton swab with the mixture and wipe the areas of leakage clean, taking care to swap out a soiled cotton swab for a fresh one as needed. Allow the area ample time to dry completely before trying a new battery. To minimize the chances of future leakage problems, do not mix and match different battery brands in the same device.  Also, remove batteries from devices that are being stored or not being used for extended periods of time.

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