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Dan, You should be able to hear yourself inside your head as the small hairs that vibrate in fluid in your ear canal will pick up your vocalizations. In any case you know what you're saying and it shouldn't be a problem talking to someone.
Now if you're listening to music really loud on those headphones and still need to hear yourself think, I suggest you turn down the volume. :)

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But like I said, it varies from system to system on the beeps.

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BTW, I wouldn't worry about your system being "messed up for good". The system has its own Flash Memory it restores from that reall y never corrupts. The only reason that would happen if you stopped in the middle of a firmware option or system downgrade.

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Please do be frustated.

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2. While holding down SKIP/TIME
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4. While holding down SKIP/TIME
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