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19-06-2007, 01:10 PM
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Re: Why Are police so fussy?

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Is someone complaining about you specifically? Perhaps a neighbour on the other side?

Unfortunately, I think it's true what they said, they can take your entire kit away if you continue to violate

When I lived in (a flat in) London I used to hate not being able to blast my music.

I would invest in some really nice headphones, some of them can really blow you away with their awesome sound quality. I used to love my sennheisers.... until the dog chewed em up
I would literally try to punch them in the face if they'd grab my genelecs

Then again, that would never happen, Maria has this built in volume alarm, whenever I go over a certain level, she storms into the room


     
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19-06-2007, 01:15 PM
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It's my second sound warning so I'm guessing I have to now..
Just crank down the sub, sub carries through walls easily. High pitched stuff is less likely to be carried through walls. How load are we speaking here, and how late are you playing your music?
I _never_ play loud volumes after 9pm in the evening.


     
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19-06-2007, 02:45 PM
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We're talking off the guys sound metre he said it almost broke it. So yeah a tad bit over the limit.. all day from 10am till 7pm .

ATM I'm trying to modify it kill the base and stuff, but it now sounds crap .


     
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19-06-2007, 03:14 PM
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We're talking off the guys sound metre he said it almost broke it. So yeah a tad bit over the limit.. all day from 10am till 7pm
Cor if you were my neighbour I'd have sabotage your power line by now,that a ridiculous amount of time to have your music blearing.

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19-06-2007, 03:23 PM
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Yeah, afraid I'm on your neighbours side.


     
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19-06-2007, 03:57 PM
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I agree with Tom and Anne, if your music is too loud and a nusicance to others then yeah, you should turn it down. If you really want to play loud music find a way that doesn't disturb others. Study, get a good job, get a nice detached house... out in the sticks - problem sorted (or just use headphones)

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19-06-2007, 04:12 PM
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I agree with Tom and Anne, if your music is too loud and a nusicance to others then yeah, you should turn it down. If you really want to play loud music find a way that doesn't disturb others. Study, get a good job, get a nice detached house... out in the sticks - problem sorted (or just use headphones)

Ps. Just to let you know I edited your post above (#6) we don't allow racist language on the boards.
Was not being raciest, considering he calls him self it all the time.

And technically considering he is a Pakistani as he comes from Pakistan its not raciest just a short cut .

Have you never called your mate Robert "Bob" or "Rob"?


     
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19-06-2007, 04:26 PM
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Different people have different views on what is racist. Something that some people use in everyday language could be offensive to another person.

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19-06-2007, 04:46 PM
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We're talking off the guys sound metre he said it almost broke it. So yeah a tad bit over the limit.. all day from 10am till 7pm .

ATM I'm trying to modify it kill the base and stuff, but it now sounds crap .
Well, I'm not around those hours, so you wouldn't have bothered me much, however, Maria would have come bursting down your door with a bat in her hand


     
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19-06-2007, 04:48 PM
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Proper great headphones mate, problem sorted
There are some around that give more "feeling" and detail than normal speakers


     
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