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  1. I've got a 72 year-old buddy with tinnitus he probably got from being on the US Army Pistol Team back in the day. He gets a 10% disability from the Army due to that. Recently he has become interested in good music, and good sound systems. He listens to his music most through Youtube on his small computer speakers. I'd like to have him over to the house to listen to some movies on my Khorn based 5.1 system which has got a decent amount of horsepower. I can also access Youtube via the TV. In addition I have my computer based CF-4 setup, which sounds great especially when played at reference level, ie, loud. So we have two separate systems which I can demo for my friend. I am concerned that listening to my large speakers can damage his hearing even worse. I am equally concerned that due to his inexperience in listening loud, he could create some pain to his already damaged hearing. Any advice or comments, please?
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