Listening to songs in head set or in a big sound system. Which one you like???
January 15, 2009 8:01am CST
Well I love to hear songs only in my head set without disturbing others. I don't like to listen to songs in a big home theater with digital sound effects.By hearing songs from my head set I can feel the lyric of the song and I can get even relaxed too. What is your opinion? Happy mylotting
16 Jan 09
Hi MailToRamesh, I like listening my music in a big sound system, I can not listening to songs in head set too long about 15 minutes, I feel pain in my ear. I like to listen my songs when I doing my housework, I can listening my songs by walking in my house.
16 Jan 09
listening to music has always been that way, my friend, until these headsets were introduced. you find it irritating to the ears when you use the headgear because, you have ears which are sensitive to vibrations. i do not know anymore the figure but, vibrations due to music is manifold over that of regular conversation. the more the music vibrates, the better it is to listen to. although i love to hear my music through the headset, i have to let go of the habit. i have noticed that i have been experiencing some damage already. once i learned that it was due to the headset use, i just have to let go of the instrument. so that makes two of us who listens to music the classic way. there are plenty of us who are doing it this way, my friend.
17 Jan 09
Hello friend, I think I not just only for head set, sometime the phone ring also make me like this, and the sound system's volume if turn a little high, I also can feel it, for example the volume can turn 360 degree, and if I turn it to 45 degree, then I will start feel my ear not comfortable, are my ear too sensitive?
16 Jan 09
I prefer listening to music externally.... using quality electronics such as NAD and loudspeakers like Paradigm. I feel the main benefit of using a sound system is the the ability to experience an actual soundstage ... not possible with headphones. With a good quality sound system, it is possible to come closer to experiencing the attributes of a "live performance" ....which is the objective of serious audiophiles. But,I agree that headphones are necessary when privacy is an issue.
16 Jan 09
i used to listen to music via the headset, too. everything comes in crystal clear. so good, so nice that way. however, when i learned that no matter how low the volume, listening to music using the headset will cause ear damage due to the reaction to vibrations, i have already stopped doing so. yes, it is true that i have been experiencing the effects of ear damage since some years back but, i never knew that i got it from using the headset. all i knew then was that it was so much easier to sing along when i am using that headgear stuff. so by now, i no longer use the headset. i am content hearing music played on the air. not much flair. it is enough that the music is played as background as i do something at the computer.
15 Jan 09
Well when i'm at my home i like to blast my hometheater to its full level and i love to feel the VIBES cant live without it man really feels like heaven.. But when i'm traveling i prefer sony music with its walkman edition earphones really awesome as if you are hearing to your home theater but the vibes are missing...:D
15 Jan 09
hi, i like to hear listen home theatres....but before i used to listen via head set, i got severe head ache...i consulted a neuro doctor, he said listening through head set could even damage ur ear drum...so i dropped that idea...i changed to home theatres....this is my idea....thanx...nice topic...happy mylotting