The greatest idea!

@checky99 (226)
Spain
March 3, 2016 3:51pm CST
I had never heard of silent discos. Last week I did an English exam where there was a text wich exposes this idea. This kind of discos were invented to don't disturb the citizens and don't break the laws about loud noise at certain hours. There, you wear headphones for listening to music. It's a great idea! But...Why? Because it has a lot of advantages: 1) You can adjust the volume to your liking 2) Select music's channel you want to listen 3) If you want to talk with somebody without shouting, you only need take it off 4) Don't disturb the citizens So... You have the same benefits of current discos, without their disadvantages It's a great idea! Isn't it? I don't know if it's so popular in your countries (in Spain no) and you have ever heard of it. Do you think must it become popular? It should be? PHOTO:
http://laproductions.us/Disco_ball.jpg
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@MALUSE (40316)
• Germany
3 Mar 16
The idea sounds reasonable but somehow I can't see it catching on.
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@checky99 (226)
• Spain
3 Mar 16
Yes, I don't think it will become popular, but it should it.
@Corbin5 (106592)
• United States
3 Mar 16
I have never heard of silent discos before. Sounds like a place like that meets the needs of all who patronize the place.
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@checky99 (226)
• Spain
3 Mar 16
Yes. It's more comfortable for the people than current discos. I think the people would enjoy more if they tried it.
@kevin1877uk (36976)
3 Mar 16
Somehow I don't think that would work.
@checky99 (226)
• Spain
3 Mar 16
I think the same, but It should work. Silent discos don't have the traditionals' disadvantages, but people surely doesn't prefer it.
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@kevin1877uk (36976)
3 Mar 16
@checky99 Silent would never work.
@iamshane487 (1162)
• Manila, Philippines
4 Mar 16
I have not tried that one but let me do it.
@checky99 (226)
• Spain
6 Mar 16
I don't know if there are some in your city or country. This idea isn't developed enough.
@slund2041 (3378)
• United States
4 Mar 16
It doesn't sound like a bad idea. However, I would not want to required to wear it when listening to music. I am not sure that would become popular here in United States.
@checky99 (226)
• Spain
6 Mar 16
Yer. There will always be people who like it and people who don't. But it should be both discos.