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#1 Kronasus

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 15:16

To all the participants of Campzone 2014,

 

A survey has been sent to you email. If you did not receive it, please contact me and I will provide you with a link to the survey. We will use the survey to make your Campzone experience even better next year


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#2 Loadingue

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 22:17

>be sitting in front of the loudspeakers

>music so bad it kills cancerous cells in your brain

>louder than a bad MLG montage

>mfw people complain I'm deaf


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#3 yagwog

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 22:46

>be sitting in front of the loudspeakers

>music so bad it kills cancerous cells in your brain

>louder than a bad MLG montage

>mfw people complain I'm deaf

 

if it kills cancer cells in your brain then it's a good thing

 

also nice ebin using mem arrows out of 4jew


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#4 Jackeh

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 23:12

Actually that's a good point. I don't mind music playing or being loud...but when your seat is situated directly beside the speaker and you're trying to play competitive games that you need to communicate in? It was a little frustrating. :P I remember Kawaii getting annoyed too.

 

Even if it was just sat somewhere centrally or mounted it'd be better. The way it was sitting I couldn't hear my game with the volume up full and headphones in. :(


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#5 Hardcore Bob

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 23:31

Music was off at any point anyone was playing a competition.
Playing a competitive game outside of competition is something you do at your own risk; you can't expect everyone else in the tent to account for people playing a game.


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#6 Jackeh

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 23:40

It's not to do with everyone in the tent accounting for people playing a game. Like I said I don't mind loud noise and stuff. It's more about where the speaker was situated. As in, the back of my laptop was a few inches from the speaker while it was that loud and I think Loadingue was in the same situation seeing as he was sitting across from me.

 

If people in other tents were complaining about our sound then it's understandable why someone might have preferred not to be sitting getting their face pounded by bass at that volume. xD


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#7 Loadingue

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Posted 19 August 2014 - 01:38

That's not how I remember it, Bob. The music might have been off during your competitions, but what I remember are getting my ears pounded by non-stop Hardcore and Dubstep music day and night.

 

I've got a question; would people really mind if we turned the music down or off, most of the time? Because I do.

 

Now, if you'd just move the loudspeakers to a less frequented area like the kitchen or near the TV for instance, it would be slightly better. Slightly mind you, because distance doesn't affect the volume much. Kawaii was not sitting near the loudspeakers and she still couldn't stand it one bit.


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#8 Ofarlig

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Posted 19 August 2014 - 01:55

Music was off at any point anyone was playing a competition.
Playing a competitive game outside of competition is something you do at your own risk; you can't expect everyone else in the tent to account for people playing a game.

 

The same can be said for music though. Should everyone get blasted by music 95% of the time because a handful of people wanted to have music on all the time?



#9 Psycix

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Posted 19 August 2014 - 02:08

I think we should play music when there is a reason to play music, for example, people partying. Currently it is reversed: the music is only off or low when there is a reason for it to be off or low, namely getting complaints by neighbors or a competition.

 

If you really need music or else you die, play it in your own headphones.

There are many people who are inconsentually blasted by the music even if they wear a noise cancelling headset because it's orders of magnitude too loud or actually shouldnt be on at all during that time of day.


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#10 Ofarlig

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Posted 19 August 2014 - 09:27

I agree with you Psy, I like music but it gets very tiring having it blasting from morning till bedtime for no reason. When there is partying I don't have a problem with it.


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