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Good form :D!

 

My advice to everyone: Cheap plugs are fine. Nothing wrong with them. As long as you have some kind of protection. PA systems these days are LOUD. Even the legal sound limits in Australia are downright ridiculously loud.

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Good form :D!

 

My advice to everyone: Cheap plugs are fine. Nothing wrong with them. As long as you have some kind of protection. PA systems these days are LOUD. Even the legal sound limits in Australia are downright ridiculously loud.


you know what? i got v-moda faders for free when i ordered the XL pads and i completely forgot about them. im going to a party on friday which will definitely be way too loud. i think ill take them with me. its kinda dorky to be very honest, but since i plan on making a career off my ears myself, i guess ill bite the bullet.

thanks for making me think of that, cheers

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you know what? i got v-moda faders for free when i ordered the XL pads and i completely forgot about them. im going to a party on friday which will definitely be way too loud. i think ill take them with me. its kinda dorky to be very honest, but since i plan on making a career off my ears myself, i guess ill bite the bullet.

thanks for making me think of that, cheers

 

It might feel dorky - I make it look better by wearing them over-the-ear, behind my head, then down the back of my shirt. If anything, it looks like I'm wearing a radio or something, if people notice it at all.

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It might feel dorky - I make it look better by wearing them over-the-ear, behind my head, then down the back of my shirt. If anything, it looks like I'm wearing a radio or something, if people notice it at all.


oh im sure my friends will make plenty fun of me, but thats what we do =] nah im not fussed. ill probably feel a little self conscious at first, and then ill forget about it as the party progresses, and as the chemical balance in my head starts messing up :tongue_smile:

 

theres no shame in protecting your hearing, most especially if your an audiophile. cheers

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^ The only shame are those who doesn't care. But then again its their life but making fool of some1 who actually cares about it would almost make me want to give them a beating depending on the mood I am in. Something that I'd definitely beat up other guys for is using "loud sound" for pranks, I hope noone attempts to do that on me, they might be very sorry. I'm not an aggressive person by nature but that would really trigger me.

You can't buy back your hearing, if it's lost it's lost or then you may develop tinnitus etc which I'd rather prefer not having.


Edited by RPGWiZaRD - 2/19/14 at 3:14pm
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^ The only shame are those who doesn't care. But then again its their life but making fool of some1 who actually cares about it would almost make me want to give them a beating depending on the mood I am in. Something that I'd definitely beat up other guys for is using "loud sound" for pranks, I hope noone attempts to do that on me, they might be very sorry.


lol, it doesnt matter what one does with my friends and i, getting ridiculed is just a given. i could help an old lady cross the road and id still get **** for it. its all in good fun.

 

pranks are something else, and im with you on that one, "loud sound" pranks would definitely get you a punched around the ears.

 

i remember the last party i went to... when we came out of the club we had to shout in order to hear each other, we were all suffering from TTS, and if i can avoid that this time around, im going for it.

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Just so you guys know, I've worked in And around nightclubs for four or so years, and worn hearing protection every time. I don't get ridiculed for it. If anyone asks "what are they for?" (Pointing at customs) I just reply "hearing protection - my hearing is my job" and they understand 100% of the time.
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Just so you guys know, I've worked in And around nightclubs for four or so years, and worn hearing protection every time. I don't get ridiculed for it. If anyone asks "what are they for?" (Pointing at customs) I just reply "hearing protection - my hearing is my job" and they understand 100% of the time.

 

Worked in clubs for years, and also go to a lot of heavy metal concerts. Hell, they SELL ear plugs at concerts. Protecting your hearing isn't a bad thing. 

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Blah who goes clubbing these days?...nightclubbing was only fun when I was young and good looking and could pull the girls - now I can't, so I don't go.  Now if only I can just work out how all this facebook dating thing works?

 

:confused_face_2:

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Blah who goes clubbing these days?...nightclubbing was only fun when I was young and good looking and could pull the girls - now I can't, so I don't go.  Now if only I can just work out how all this facebook dating thing works?

 

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I think you mean eHarmony or Match.com. I wouldn't try dating on Facebook. Haha

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Ohhh...I see.

 

I kept getting called a stalker...but like facebook tells me to leave a comment on their 'wall'.   Hmmmm.


Edited by SP Wild - 2/19/14 at 5:06pm
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Try Tinder ;)

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Tinder needs an Iphone.  I promised this year I will adapt to new technology, and am supposed to by a smartphone.  People keep wanting to use SMS text, and the phone pad is killing me for responding!

 

Those girls look HOT in the promo video.  Out of my league if you ask me, but if those goofy looking dudes are in it...maybe I might still be able to pull some mojo of my own off.


Edited by SP Wild - 2/19/14 at 5:24pm
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You could get an Android device instead. Then you could use Airdroid, and send/receive text messages with your PC.

 

you are like a fun uncle. 

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Yeah, I need to adapt - society ain't coming back to me, I need to go forward to it!

 

Anyways, I'm still a basshead - so I'm still young at heart.

 

Hey, I only just found out last night that all my fave old skool gangsta rappers had their tunes laid down by Dre!  There is a documentary on youtube about biggy and tupac - tupac was in a studio full of homies drunk and stoned - rapping his lungs out...they were all wearing Fostex Planars!!!


Edited by SP Wild - 2/19/14 at 5:33pm
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