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Justin Boland

Is that first article a joke? I'm blown away by that. Very bizarre stuff.


I read into it a bit more, and it sounds like they just mean setting a 'default' maximum volume when the product is shipped. The user can remove the limit, provided that there is some warning about doing so. It's hard to imagine listening to music at 80dB in a train station...

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