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By  Fata Morgana 1029  |  6

Many members of the Deaf community enjoy music. 1) They can enjoy the feeling of the vibration, especially if it's bass-heavy. It's still a way of "listening", just not the way that the Hearing community know it. 2) Even the profoundly Deaf are not always 100% without hearing. My first boyfriend was Deaf, but would remove his hearing aids when we went to shows so that he could enjoy the music better. It was loud enough that he could still hear it in the traditional way.

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By  Fata Morgana 1029  |  6

Many members of the Deaf community enjoy music. 1) They can enjoy the feeling of the vibration, especially if it's bass-heavy. It's still a way of "listening", just not the way that the Hearing community know it. 2) Even the profoundly Deaf are not always 100% without hearing. My first boyfriend was Deaf, but would remove his hearing aids when we went to shows so that he could enjoy the music better. It was loud enough that he could still hear it in the traditional way.

By  GamerChickxoxo  |  15

I dated a deaf girl at one point.Ya know deaf people are capable of feeling the vibrations(bass) like the rest of us and can still enjoy some music.Also not all deaf people are at 100% hearing loss.

Hearing loss -reduced ability
Deafness -cannot understand most speech even when its amplified
Profound deafness -total lack of hearing

Depending where she is on that scale, she may still be able to enjoy some music.
music videos and subtitles are also an option for deaf people to experience the vibe of the music. combining the ability to feel the base,subtitles and watching the video lets them experience the music in a way.