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  • jimorlando
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    There’s a hearing loss sticky in the lounge that has some discussion on tinnitus.

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  • John.b
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    Hi Neil as of Xmas Eve I am now 71 and have a problem with my hearing on the left side. This was from back in the day, the bass speaker was always on my left side and although I tried to either stay level with it, or slightly behind it, it still had an affect. With these E's though you can control all the volumes going through your head which is a major advantage with them.

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  • Neil Nepean
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    Thanks John B. I'm 66 years young, do have tinnitus and hearing loss and I'm worried about drums, but in the month since I've started there has been no noticeable change. I have read other posts about tinnitus...worrisome. I just listen to other things, not to the high-pitched feedback.

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  • John.b
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    Yea but don't go blowing your ear drums out so early in your career.

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  • Neil Nepean
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    Welcome aboard from another newby on this forum! Let's see how this sounds with the volume up. BOOM!

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  • jimorlando
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    Welcome to the forum. Tell us a little about yourself and your drumming background. Do you already have an eKit or are you considering getting an eKit. Have fun!

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  • Dweavee
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    Hello

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