View Poll Results: How loud is your music?

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  • Ears bleeding, and you can hear it a mile (2.2 Km) away!

    5 16.67%
  • Fairly loud, but I still can't hear your voice!

    8 26.67%
  • Loud, but I can hear you.

    9 30.00%
  • Moderate, and I can have a conversation with you.

    7 23.33%
  • Quiet, I just need some background music.

    1 3.33%
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  1. #11
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    Same as Bankai.

    Rock/Metal=turn that stank UP!!!
    Everything else=Turn that sh*t DOWN!!! I'm trying to mosh up here!!!

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    One time I had my music turned up in my history class while I was studying. Soon after the class got quiet. I didn't realize they could hear my music (I was listening to Heavy Metal!) until I noticed people looking at me!
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    well, i always have my music extremely loud, thanks to being able to max out the volume on itunes. alot of people always warn me that i wont be able to hear when i get older, and that ill loose my hearing, so i sometimes listen to music softly, but 90% of the time its super loud. plus, its not like i can avoid it, i play with bands, loudness coming from earphones is something i can actually fall asleep to, im used to loud sounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [JUiCE] View Post
    well, i always have my music extremely loud, thanks to being able to max out the volume on itunes. alot of people always warn me that i wont be able to hear when i get older, and that ill loose my hearing, so i sometimes listen to music softly, but 90% of the time its super loud. plus, its not like i can avoid it, i play with bands, loudness coming from earphones is something i can actually fall asleep to, im used to loud sounds.
    I knew a guy who had problems with his ears bleeding because he stood in front of a tower of amps playing bass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleph-Sama View Post
    I knew a guy who had problems with his ears bleeding because he stood in front of a tower of amps playing bass.
    what a n00b
    ever heard of ear plugs? lol

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    I can usually hear what a person is saying when I listen to music, but sometimes I like to listen with the volume turned up to the max

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    I try to get the volume up to the exact point where all the noise around me ceases to interfere with the music. Needless to say, I rarely hear those that speak to me while I listen to music.
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    i make sure that when i'm listening, i cant hear tantrums or whines from other people...that's what music do. they make you forget reality if you want it to.

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    if any louder i would blast my ear drums!

  10. #20
    Well it depends entirely on situation and my personal mood.
    - If it is a party, I definitely prefer the category, “Fairly loud, but I still can't hear your voice!”.
    - If I am alone and spending my spare time leisurely I would rather go for “Moderate, and I can have a conversation with you.” Type of music.
    - If I am having a dinner with my partner, I would like to have, “Quiet, I just need some background music.” Type of music.

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