would these ear defenders work for djiing?
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    i'm wondering if these would work for djiing? apparently you can plug in some sort of comms. maybe its compatible with 1/8" audio jack? they seem pretty cheap.

    http://www.cpgear.com/store/wpac/sur...p3_earplug.htm

    has anyone here ever used these before?

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    you can get etymotic earplugs for around that same price that are made for musicians, go for those instead
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    No, they're just earplugs. When they say can be used for comms, they mean you can attach them to a compatible pair of earphones.
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    kind of off topic but... could you use these with shure s215? would be better?

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