#1
Does it harm my ears as much rock would do? I like listening to Classical music on full volume in my headphones, and I'm just wondering if it's bad.
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#2
I would suppose it would cause the same amount of damage regardless of the music.
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#4
Yes, music genre does not alter the volume something is played at.
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you are retarded. any thing at high volumes is bad
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Hell, I listen to rock music at full volume. I ain't got nothing wrong.

I mean, the only thing that has happened is that I got quieter on my keyboard and my speakers won't put out sounds. Oh, and same with my TV. Plus, people always yell when they talk to me. It's wierd.
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Hell, I listen to rock music at full volume. I ain't got nothing wrong.

I mean, the only thing that has happened is that I got quieter on my keyboard and my speakers won't put out sounds. Oh, and same with my TV. Plus, people always yell when they talk to me. It's wierd.


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#9
As some one already said, with less percussion it won't damage your ears as badly.

I like loud music though
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According to my health teacher things like music don't do much if any damage at all, it's just really high frequency things that screw up the ears.
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#12
Regardless of what you listen to if the dB are too high, it will hurt your ears...

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#13
It depends. I don't think a whole genre could be put at that. But I can have an electric guitar at full volume, and certain tones hurt my ears a lot more.