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+5 1. CorpseGrinder commented 9 years ago

meh.
sounds like a potatoe
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+36 2. y3lom commented 9 years ago

the first 5 sec, it sounded like vuvuzela
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+2 3. LQoQK commented 9 years ago

I hate this song, damaged my car sound system, had to increase to the max to see how it feels :'(

good thing it was changed on the warranty >:)
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-10 4. sideflip7 commented 9 years ago

Fake was shooted in japan before the earthquake!!!!!!
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+47 5. rootkit commented 9 years ago

He may wants to deactive vibration on his cell phone :D
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+23 6. p00nie commented 9 years ago

No mom, I told you I can't turn it down! This is as low as it goes :x
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-4 7. xzebte commented 9 years ago

nnnniiiiiccccccceeeeee
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-3 8. Baboon commented 9 years ago

this is mint
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+20 9. LightAng3l commented 9 years ago

A shitty song is shitty at any volume.
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+9 10. Anomnomnom commented 9 years ago

Chavs and loud stereo's go hand in hand over in the UK.Some of the retards drive up and down the street blasting it loud enough to deafen some people.Hopefully they will all deafen themselves and die in a crash
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0 11. Kreker commented 9 years ago

Lol, I almost peed myself.
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+1 12. Thor_1337 commented 9 years ago

HAHAHAHAHAHHA epic shit xD
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+10 13. Chrisofskjern commented 9 years ago

#9 - Bullshit!!! Louder volume enhances the shittyness!
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+2 14. Highmeadow commented 9 years ago

#10 - OK, I've finally gotta ask - what the hell is a chav???
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-1 15. detonatordan commented 9 years ago

That'd be sweet on my system! :D
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+1 16. orion commented 9 years ago

Loudness without quality only kills your hearing and leaves you scarred for life.
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+7 17. primate1970 commented 9 years ago

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A chav (pronounced /?t?æv/ chav) is a stereotype of certain people in the United Kingdom. Also known as a charver in Yorkshire and North East England[1] "chavs" are said to be aggressive teenagers and young adults, of working class background, who repeatedly engage in anti-social behaviour such as street drinking, drug abuse and rowdiness, or other forms of juvenile delinquency.[2]
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-6 18. 01nvr commented 9 years ago

Sorry but this is unbelievably fake.. if you think 2000W really vibrates a desk that much you are very wrong :| :S
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+1 19. Craigza commented 9 years ago

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I don't believe the video is a fake... nor do I believe the top speakers are causing the vibrations, more likely down to the sub which is placed touching the desk, they give off hell of a punch.
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0 20. 01nvr commented 9 years ago

The top speaks are just standard full range speakers, that sub definitely causes vibrations by the cone moving in and out to shift air.. However it's just a standard 12" box someone would put in a car so vibrations this large from such a small speaker cone are impossible...
If you go to a large nightclub or gig you don't see the furniture and drinks vibrating round the place this much even if you are right next to the subs and they are MUCH more powerful..
Btw I'm just saying as I work with high power audio gear.. :)
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+2 21. cretia commented 9 years ago

his neighbors must just love him :)
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+3 22. Highmeadow commented 9 years ago

#17 - Thank you for elucidating, the colloquialism is not in common usage here in the colonies. 8-) :D
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+1 23. Kaworu commented 9 years ago

I wonder what would happen if you put that in a mini?
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-3 24. tiggfigg commented 9 years ago

This song is from Jackass III ::(|)
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+3 25. Tareim (admin) commented 9 years ago

#20 I've got the logitec z5500 and I've managed to rattle my bedroom door and light fittings with the bass on it
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-1 26. c2quad commented 9 years ago

It is already tried at home.
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0 27. captain_obvious commented 9 years ago

sounds to me he turned the bass up all he way. distorded sound. that may causes some vibrations..