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#4
Well, death metal songs about cumming blood are very loud to begin with, but I crank it to about 150% or so.
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#10
Loud enough so that I can hear all of the parts, but not loud enough to damage my hearing, or irritate people around me.
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#17
on headphones: full blast
they always break though..
you can't fully listen to music without blocking out everything else

on speakers.. loud enough
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#19
Loud enough to drown out any other noise... but not too loud.
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#21
11!

Depends. Normally not intrusive. When I put music on and go to sleep, it's at a level I can only just hear. If I'm using headphones, I only have the right one in, and it's at a volume I can hear, whilst still being able to hear clearly with my left ear.
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#24
With headphones, relatively quiet.

With speakers, quite loud.. depending on the amp...
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#26
I LISEN TO IT TURNED UP 2 11 COZ IM KOOL.

Idiots. I listen to my music at whatever volume it's comfortable.
What's the point of compromising sound quality for being BR00TAL?

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#27
Loud.

Depends where I am/what time it is.

At my parents' house, usually pretty quiet through speakers, but full blast through headphones. Unless I'm sleeping, then it goes down a little.

At my place, I have my PC hooked up to my Hi-fi which is VERY loud. I don't use headphones at my place, I just turn the volume down after about midnight. Then it's loud enough in my room, but not really audible past my door.
#29
Speakers - Loud enough to comfortably fill the room, plus just a bit more
Headphones - 1/4 in most situations, 1/2 on a train/plane etc.
#30
my ipod is at around half volume most of the time but if i'm walking along a busy road with traffic etc then it gets to about 75% but never above that.
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#31
I like it real quiet. Even in the car, it's only on 9-10. My dad turns it up to 13 or so and I tell him to turn it down
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#32
just loud enough to hear the music and words, but enough to drown out others words.
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#34
Loud enough to be audible and low enough so that I can hear others when they try to get my attention.
#35
Not that loud really. I have no reason to blast it. And it's through headphones.
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#36
In my truck at max volume, treble, bass, mids, everything with all the windows down, I like to ride in a "concert on wheels," so to speak.
#37
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#38
Loud on headphones and when I'm working out, but otherwise average or kind of soft. I want to be able to enjoy music when I'm old too... plus a lot of my music-listening happens in bed as I'm going to sleep.
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#39
i actually listen fairly quietly, mostly cause i live in an apartment =[
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#40
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I listen to my music at night, just loud enough to drown out the a/c. I turn it up for songs that I really like.
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