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Old 10-24-2007, 09:54 AM   #21
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if it was loud music that you like would you have a problem with it??
yep, hence the reason I turn my radio down when sitting in traffic and at stop lights

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Old 10-24-2007, 09:58 AM   #22
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if it was loud music that you like would you have a problem with it??
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Old 10-24-2007, 10:00 AM   #23
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yep, hence the reason I turn my radio down when sitting in traffic and at stop lights

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i don't turn mine down at traffic lights but i do turn it down when i turn into any neighborhood. I jam loud be it rock, rap or alternative.
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i don't turn mine down at traffic lights but i do turn it down when i turn into any neighborhood. I jam loud be it rock, rap or alternative.
I don't even get mad about people that listen to their music loud, but if I can hear nonsense noise (...ever listened to rap with bass all the way off and treble all the way up...that is what it sounds like) for 200 feet away while my windows are up, your sh*ts too loud.

Don't get me wrong, I get my jam on quite often myself....I just don't blare it out from the loudspeaker behind my grill
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I don't even get mad about people that listen to their music loud, but if I can hear nonsense noise (...ever listened to rap with bass all the way off and treble all the way up...that is what it sounds like) for 200 feet away while my windows are up, your sh*ts too loud.

Don't get me wrong, I get my jam on quite often myself....I just don't blare it out from the loudspeaker behind my grill
yeah that's the new fad along with fake air vents.
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i don't turn mine down at traffic lights but i do turn it down when i turn into any neighborhood. I jam loud be it rock, rap or alternative.
same here...
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Old 10-24-2007, 10:10 AM   #27
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yeah that's the new fad along with fake air vents.
yeah its the new thing these days... originated from new orleans... get marine speakers and put under your car, and in the air vents and turn it loud... i dont like the way it sound but i didnt waste my money so i dont care...
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yeah that's the new fad along with fake air vents.
yeah, those look stupid as well...1984 Pontiac Sunbird with air vents not lined up evenly....that looks like well, like ...but it doesn't bother me as it doesn't offend me.
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LOL @ fake air vents... i hate those things!!
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if it was loud music that you like would you have a problem with it??
i think the problem they are concerned about is the fact that the speaker is on the outside of the vehicle behind the front grill.
maybe it is for bbq's or when hanging out with friends chit-chatting outside the vehicle
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I don't even get mad about people that listen to their music loud, but if I can hear nonsense noise (...ever listened to rap with bass all the way off and treble all the way up...that is what it sounds like) for 200 feet away while my windows are up, your sh*ts too loud.

Don't get me wrong, I get my jam on quite often myself....I just don't blare it out from the loudspeaker behind my grill
If they were playing your kind of music it would be okay? Next time ask them to play opera music with their loudspeaker.
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Old 10-24-2007, 10:36 AM   #34
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If they were playing your kind of music it would be okay? Next time ask them to play opera music with their loudspeaker.
please read all of the posts.....we've already touched base on that POV.
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Old 10-24-2007, 10:44 AM   #35
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they have to have it that loud and it'll just get louder as their hearing decreases... some people can't har anything until it gets to 80dB. I have speakers in my jimmy that point right out the back glass when it's open, but only use that at the lake when everyone wants music
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I agree it is stupid, and disrespectful to people who are surrounded.
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he's got speakers everywhere
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