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post #76 of 81
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Originally Posted by castleofargh View Post


well I didn't think from the 1khz, but from the HD from the 1khz. but I realize it would be that much further down in loudness, but why else would it be audible? unless of course our friend TAMAL is a lucky and young fellow.

I'm 19. Is that the cause ?
post #77 of 81
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I'm 19. Is that the cause ?

 

If you haven't ruined your ears, hearing at 20k is perfectly possible. Just keep that volume low if you want to keep it :D

post #78 of 81
Hey thanks, @RRod . I try to keep it low when I'm listening to music... L3000.gif
post #79 of 81
I can hear to 70khz
post #80 of 81
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 I can hear to 70khz

I hear all the frequencies that ever existed as well as all the frequencies that don't even exist.

 

PS.: I find X-ray induced sounds to be extremely annoying.


Edited by VNandor - 4/13/16 at 1:11pm
post #81 of 81
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I hear all the frequencies that ever existed as well as all the frequencies that don't even exist.

 

PS.: I find X-ray induced sounds to be extremely annoying.

 

It cost $620m to build LIGO? Silly rabbit, it could have cost just $1,000 (+ travel/accommodation expenses), I can hear gravitational waves!

 

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