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Voting Question: Is it true that the volume you listen your radio has an effect on your electricity consumming (bill)?

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  • Voting Question: Is it true that the volume you listen your radio has an effect on your electricity consumming (bill)?


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Answer #1 | 05/01 2014 12:19
Nope not at all :)
Answer #2 | 05/01 2014 12:36
It is not true. The volume has nothing to do with the electricity.
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Answer #3 | 05/01 2014 20:05
If you mean a standard table radio then this will make NO difference..... On the other hand if you have a 1000 watt stereo receiver and have it near full blast most of the day then yeah - You might notice a slightly higher electric bill..... But not likely because your ears wouldn't be able to take that for long..... For all intents and purposes = No it wont make a diff.....
Answer #4 | 05/01 2014 20:51
Metro is essentially right. The louder you play your music,the more current you use. The difference between a normal volume and full volume for most radios won't add more than a cent or two a day if you listened all 24 hours. If your electric rates are ridiculously high it might be more but not much. The eventual cost of hearing aids is more significant. Excessively loud music can do permanent damage to your ears.

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