First Look: Champion Target Vanquish Pro Elite Earmuffs

posted on January 31, 2020

Champion Target is known for making interactive and challenging target systems, as well as proven eye and ear protection. The latest addition to the hearing protection line is the Vanquish Pro Elite, specifically designed to reduce interference with rifle stocks, and the earmuffs are now available for purchase.

The new Vanquish Pro Elite muffs are designed from the ground up to offer you the optimal balance of all-day comfort and superior noise reduction. They feature ultra-fast, sub one-millisecond reaction times as well Bluetooth capability, active noise cancellation and rechargeable lithium batteries. With features like this, the Vanquish Pro Elite muffs are setting a new standard in electronic hearing protection.

“I’ve been extremely impressed with the new Champion Vanquish,” said Robert Brantley, precision rifle series professional shooter. “They are amazingly comfortable, offer the best noise cancellation and the volume adjustment settings allow me to easily hear range commands. After thousands of rounds down range wearing the Vanquish muffs, I can’t imagine going into a match without them.”

Every pair of Vanquish Pro Elite earmuffs is acoustically modeled on gunshot reports to provide a noise reduction rating of 22 dB, while delivering unrivaled audio processing. Two full dynamic range HD speakers ensure crystal ambient sounds and five omni-directional microphones ensure clear ambient noise registration, while simultaneously minimizing wind noises.

All Vanquish Pro Elite models come standard with 6x amplification, an automatic shut-off feature. Battery life is 12 hours of runtime with Bluetooth enabled and 100 hours without Bluetooth. They are manufactured with a lightweight, durable headband and ear cups of soft acoustic foam, these new muffs are perfectly suited for long days on the range.

MSRP on the new Champion Vanquish Pro Elite is $248, and more information is available at


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