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    make it so the music comed through the earphones louder... i like to listen to music while mowing the grass but i cant on my pre cuz its not close to loud enough.... TOUGHEN IT UP..
    say ey if u agree
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    Quote Originally Posted by lookngood18 View Post
    make it so the music comed through the earphones louder... i like to listen to music while mowing the grass but i cant on my pre cuz its not close to loud enough.... TOUGHEN IT UP..
    say ey if u agree
    Buy a bluetooth headset. I have the plantronics 903 which works well (loud) and it is not cumbersome to wear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ujsc View Post

    Buy a bluetooth headset. I have the plantronics 903 which works well (loud) and it is not cumbersome to wear.
    i have a bluetooth headset... still not near as loud enough
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    I use the Pre while mowing (just did it this weekend), and the music plays loud enough for me. It's actually too loud at the highest level.
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    I agree that the pre is way lower too low for me and the volume is a lot lower than my ipod touch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanPLC View Post
    I use the Pre while mowing (just did it this weekend), and the music plays loud enough for me. It's actually too loud at the highest level.
    lol then i guess i need a less louder mower
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    your mp3s might be encoded at a low volume...use mp3gain (simple) or audacity (complex) to get them louder....both are free software...
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    sounds perfectly loud to me. maybe use mp3gain to up the volume on your mp3. That and buy some in ear noise canceling earbuds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lookngood18 View Post
    lol then i guess i need a less louder mower
    Now that I think about it...I do have an electric mower...it is quieter than a normal one. So yeah I think you need to get a new mower.
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    Just get some noise isolating headphones. I'm picky so I use Shure SE530s which do the the job very nicely. I can listen to Pandora with the volume less than half way up while riding my motorcycle on the interstate. Considering that riding a motorcycle at high speed will damage a person's hearing without earplugs I would say the Shures do an excellent job.

    You don't need to spend as much as I did on headphones, Shure (or other headphone manufacturers) have headphones that are much cheaper that will do the job.
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    Sing along with the music. Then it's as loud as you are.

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