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#1
i listen to mine full volume all the time but my friend only listens to his at half volume. which i think is too low to get the full thump of the song. also i hear that ful volume is bad for your ears. but i dunno. what about you???
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#4
depends, if im happy or listening to it round the house, il have it half, maybe lower lol.

but when im on a plane or train or at skl. its full blast!!!! lol. or whenever im pissed off, i use it as a method of self harm ROFL.
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#5
Full will give you hearing damage. I listen to mine at reasonable levels, I don't want to end up hurting my most important sense!
#6
Yeah normally round 3 quaters full sometimes full cause the people on the school bus are noisey as ****
#7
Enjoying your music at blasting levels now means that someday you might not be able to enjoy music as much. I usually turn it about 1/3-1/2 up.
#8
I listen around half volume since I have in ear headphones which are plenty loud.
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#10
1/4 volume - I want to save my ears for when I'm old too
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#13
nearly full blast all the time, so about 5/8's or so. and i already having hearing damage, so why not lose my hearing doing listening to good music.
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i listen to mine full volume all the time but my friend only listens to his at half volume. which i think is too low to get the full thump of the song. also i hear that ful volume is bad for your ears. but i dunno. what about you???

hahahaha you must be really deaf or you will be soon.

And it depends how noisy the environment around me is.
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#15
Loud enough to be able to enjoy without blowing my precious ears out (need them for production ), but not loud enough to disturb other's around me. I doubt they wanna hear erractic drums and screaming basslines

Uusually around 75%, and my maximum is set just a tab below full.
#16
around 2/5. Last week a friend of me said I had my volume really low, but when he put his own iPod back on he realised his was just very high.

TS, full volume?! My ears are dying at that volume.
#17
Full volume will cause substantial hearing loss over time. If ur listening on full volume and dont think its too loud, chances are ur hearing is already fuc*ed up. So guys its a serious issue, u dont wanna be deaf while still young. Take care of ur ears now and u will appreciate it later on in life when ur buddies who listen to music on full blast will be half deaf or worse fully deaf! Do some research on the internet and educate ur self plz!
#18
My sony MP3 player is really loud, I need it on less than third volume inside, and half or two thirds when Im outside. I'd never need it on full.
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#19
Full volume, naturally. Only when I'm outside or at college though, otherwise I don't need it that loud. But then I don't listen to it at any othertime.
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Full volume will cause substantial hearing loss over time. If ur listening on full volume and dont think its too loud, chances are ur hearing is already fuc*ed up. So guys its a serious issue, u dont wanna be deaf while still young. Take care of ur ears now and u will appreciate it later on in life when ur buddies who listen to music on full blast will be half deaf or worse fully deaf! Do some research on the internet and educate ur self plz!

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#21
Full blast. Although, my headphones are blown out, so I'd say its about equal to 1/2 - 3/4 of all the way.
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#22
full volume, but in all honesty my mp3 player is crap and so are my headphone my amp on 2 is louder
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#23
about full volume, but if the song is uncomfortably loud I turn it down
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#25
if its at 60%. It is only safe to listen for 45 minutes. After that, it will start hurting you. Recommended is 45% (for two hours).

If you mostly listen to it on the street, train, car, get those in-ear headphones with noise eliminating sleeves, so no matter how loud the environment is, you can still hear your music at low volumes. yeah i know...they are like ^$45-$100. But hey...its your hearing, not mine.
#26
i have some decent sony phones , which feel painful to listen to at full volume, but with the apple one's, full volume ahoy!
#27
Full volume sounds **** anyway...

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#28
if im walkin around its just loud enough to hear a fsint noise from the traffic so i dont get run over
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#29
I have two sets of headphones, one quiet, one normal.

Quiet ones are always on full, otherwise I can't hear it.

Normal ones are usually on almost full, unless it's in a lesson or something where I don't want it to be heard.
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i have some decent sony phones , which feel painful to listen to at full volume, but with the apple one's, full volume ahoy!


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#32
full. unless im talking to some one or in school
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#33
I'll have it at about half with no background noise, maybe three quarters if I'm on the train or there's some noise cunt near me.
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#35
On my Zen its 22 on the bus, 20 outside and 16 at home.

My friend has it on 25 (full) all the time.
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#36
depending on surroundings, if it's noisy; Full+ (because my volume's boosted), if not, it'll be loud enough to block out the b/g noise
#37
loud enough so only I can hear cause I'm not an asshole who listens to emo crap in psych class

Of course if some dream evil comes on I am pretty much inclined to krank thayt ****
#39
I knew this guy who listened to his music on full blast all the time, and he eventually had to buy one of those signal ampliers. So he had his mp3 player on full, and the amplifier on full.
#40
You listen to it on full? Jeez, go look at the sun for a good 5 hours, dumbass.
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