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    I just use earbuds, they naturally act as noise isolation devices, and serve the purpose well. Even with just low volume music playing, it muffles the outside pretty good. I like to at least be able to hear things, especially the kids as they're being drug off by a bear.

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    Preferred Ear plug?

    Same here. I use earbuds with some ambient white noise playing. Though lately haven't needed them exempt when I am sleeping on my back porch gear room where I am able to hang the hammock. Which I did when we didn't have the ac's in yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nighthauk View Post
    Same here. I use earbuds with some ambient white noise playing. Though lately haven't needed them exempt when I am sleeping on my back porch gear room where I am able to hang the hammock. Which I did when we didn't have the ac's in yet.
    Yup, when in the bush I typically don't need them, but at the house, must have.

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