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  Reply # 486632 27-Jun-2011 22:41
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I long stopped winding the cable around the device. Now I'm using the figure-8-using-fingers method, but I'm looking to actually get an old swipe card cut out for proper cable storage.




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  Reply # 486633 27-Jun-2011 22:41
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Unfortunately people don't like it when you wear open headphones in public ;)




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  Reply # 486641 27-Jun-2011 22:52
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A guy a few seats away from men on the train today had apple buds so loud I could hear music over the train. I almost gave him a lecture but he looked too dumb to listen.

Short version: loud music causa tinnitus, which can just about ruin your life. I can hear perfectly but can go to loud bars or partys, even movies, without ear plugs.

Keep the volume reasonable all.

Brief as on iPod touch.




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