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    I only play music on my headphones, there's no place for loud music since it's gonna disturb other people in your building. My volume on windows is on 60% because certain genres (like modern day dubstep and even some rap music) can get freakishly loud and really close to bursting your eardrums, so I would like to keep them.

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    I use a headphone to listen to music,and i raise to it to the limit,but when i am on speakers i make sure no one(neighborhood) around me is disturbed by that volume.i listen to it at a vol level,for instance 60/100 scale.
    There are offices nearby,and they will yell if i raise it beyond permissible limits.

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    Well, when Friday comes along, i always buy my self a bottle of whisky, fire up my pc and plug in my guitar. I start to play along with my favorite bands. At first, the music's not too loud. I keep it at a decent level. But when that whisky starts frying brain cells, all hell breaks loose. I haven't been thrown out of the building because i only do it on Friday afternoons and i go to bed early. So by 10 o'clock the music's already off.

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    I gotta use headphones, I live in a townhouse and we can hear loud stuff through our walls. Sometimes when I "want" to blast albums, I tend to get a big worried that they might get disturbed by the noise so I just jam to headphones haha.

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    The floors and walls in my apartment building are leik cardboard, so I gotta keep the music low. But if I get a sick new album that needs carry speakers to play it, I go sit in my car or drive around in my car while I listen to it.
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    I live on a third floor of a 4 story building. i have 2 other apartments on my floor. They really don't complain but then again I really don't have the speakers to really blast it. Anyway I like music loud but not ridiculously loud that it gets me calls for disturbing the peace.

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    Sometimes I listen to loud music and when I'm not in the mood for that I'll play it soft. I live alone, quite a distance away from my nearest neighbor [who lives like a mile away] so even if I played loud music all the time, it wouldn't annoy anyone. When I have guests though, they at times complain about how loud I play my music but then I'm king of my own 'castle.' I make the rules . . . if they don't like it, there are hotels in town.

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    I never had the habit of listening to very loud music to the point that it would be heard outside the home, and I just listen to music moderately when I turn on the radio. I actually prefer using earphones when I listen to music in my phone so that no one can be bothered when I listen to music.

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    Yeah, I think it's disrespectful to blast music in the house, that's what headphones are for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lomoS View Post
    I only play music on my headphones, there's no place for loud music since it's gonna disturb other people in your building. My volume on windows is on 60% because certain genres (like modern day dubstep and even some rap music) can get freakishly loud and really close to bursting your eardrums, so I would like to keep them.

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    I like listening to my music loud, but I try to be respectful of the other people that live in the house with me. When I'm home alone, I turn it up. I don't blast it because I'm not sure if the neighbors will hear it.

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    I can not even blast my music, most of my neighbors are 80 - 90 years old.

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    I just use earphones and shit.

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    I leave in a flat too, and i play my music at a volume that allows me to enjoy my music. they complain no matter what volume i use

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    my roommates thank fully like the same music as I do so they don't have a problem with me playing my music loud at all, in fact they encourage it. When they don't want to hear loud music, I just put my headphones in.

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