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Sound to loud??

Poll Results: Headphone?

 
  • 25% (1)
    yes
  • 0% (0)
    no
  • 75% (3)
    Lower the volume
4 Total Votes  
post #1 of 8
Thread Starter 

Ok i know that i listen too loud lol..  

 

But anyways my last headphone is dead..  cool.gif

 

And im a gamer.. so music + gaming = loud...

 

Currently i cant use headphone one of my eardrum as a tube in it to drain the water i got in... Yea my head is full of water blink.gif 

 

 

Im probably going to buy a comfortable and cheap headphone i love music and i cant listen loud enough to my taste in my appartment..  (my computer fan make more noise....)

 

 

Any idea to force me to lower the volume i listen to almost every kind of music from metal Meshuggah Acrania to Johny Cash Roy Orbison.. Beatle etc...

 

 

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post #2 of 8

Use loudspeakers.

This will force you to lower the volume so you don't disturb the neighbours and your family members.

 

Also speakers aren't beside your ear drums and don't easily produce such high sound pressure levels (without first annoying everyone around you).

post #3 of 8
You only have 1 set of ears and they don't heal. Think of me and this thread when you get tinnitus at 25.

That said, I also game/music at least 3 hours a day. I don't need high volumes for either. Ears adjust for lower volumes easy. If you listen to loud they will automatically "close up" making sounds quieter, forcing you to turn it up again. Think about it, you can hear whispers...

For gaming, look into a software compressor/limiter. Makes quiet sound louder and loud sound quieter. It an instant sound hax. tongue.gif
post #4 of 8
Thread Starter 

Thank i try to use my speaker as much as i can in the last years... 

 

And now im in a clan i need headphone arghh  i think i will find programm to lock the output max volume from the sound card..

 

 

 

My problem with headphone i think is i dont want to hear anything other than my music but everything i owned until then is not full size closed..

 

 

 

Gonna try some low end gaming headphone and if i play them too loud im going to give them to my cousin biggrin.gif

 

Why the hell there is not law on headphone output??

 

 

 

 

http://www.hotto.de/software/audiocompressorlimiter.html   i find this one gonna try that too thank you


Edited by bonami2 - 7/16/13 at 1:13pm
post #5 of 8
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Originally Posted by bonami2 View Post

Thank i try to use my speaker as much as i can in the last years... 

And now im in a clan i need headphone arghh  i think i will find programm to lock the output max volume from the sound card..



My problem with headphone i think is i dont want to hear anything other than my music but everything i owned until then is not full size closed..



Gonna try some low end gaming headphone and if i play them too loud im going to give them to my cousin biggrin.gif


Why the hell there is not law on headphone output??




http://www.hotto.de/software/audiocompressorlimiter.html   i find this one gonna try that too thank you

Awesome. Cheap headsets from gaming manf. are not that great. Pony up the cash and get something like a DT 770 from Beyer, with a 9 dollar clip on mic.

For your info: In the EU there are actually laws about players having a limited output. All EU ipods are a fair bit quieter than US models, for instance. But then again, it's your ears - why do you need a law? Just turn it down.

Pro Tip: Closed back headphones will let you focus much better on gaming.
post #6 of 8
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Originally Posted by bonami2 View Post

 

Why the hell there is not law on headphone output??

Because the government hope that were not idiots when its regarding one of our five senses. Most of us are, a small amount are not. 

post #7 of 8
Thread Starter 

It not a question of smart enough the ear after listening loud a bit the ear start to be less sensitive it doest hurt it just less sensitive and  you push the volume higher  (Headphone Db output yea if you drop an external amp it another thing...    

 

 

 

It the government is that smart why is so stupids at the same time? blink.gif  

 

 

Yea but money is in the concern too... ( what i want is audio technica ath-m50 + fioo amp  but uh  it 150 200$  frown.gif

 

 

Or sennheinser 360 darthsmile.gif

post #8 of 8
Thread Starter 

Just a nice program i find on android store (Volume Limiter )   beerchug.gif   lock the volume on the phone you cant push it over the set max cool.gif  

 

And up at the same time if other tip for me

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