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I'm new here, but have been going to addic7ed for subtitles for a year or two now.


I'm not completely deaf, but I share a house with other people who sleep at different times of day to me.  It is much easier to turn down the volume a touch and read subtitles, than it is to fiddle around with sound effects, trying to increase conversation levels while dampening background music and loud sound effects.


Also, by starting earlier than absolutely necessary with the subs, by the time I really do need subs, I should be so well used to them, that I shouldn't feel put out by their necessity - this based on my father's absolute refusal to admit that he needs a hearing aid (and has done so for at least 40 years), and the way he shouts at everyone else for turning the television down to less painful levels!

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