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post #31 of 60
At 500 Hz you can reliably hear pitch differences of 1.71875 Hz, which means you did better than approximately 89.6% of people who took our test!

 

With a Sennheiser CX 300 II on a standard HP laptop. My first result was 16.25 Hz lol, I misclicked several times tongue.gif

post #32 of 60

"At 500 Hz you can reliably hear pitch differences of 5.875 Hz, which means you did better than approximately 50.4% of people who took our test!"

 

(I do have slight tinnitus.)

post #33 of 60
 
 
Thank you for taking our Pitch Discrimination Test at http://musicianbrain.com/pitchtest.
At 500 Hz you can reliably hear pitch differences of 0.875 Hz, which means you did better than approximately 98.5% of people who took our test!
How will your friends do? Share this test online, or forward this email to find out!
For more information check out http://musicianbrain.com/td_faq.htm.
--
Music and Neuroimaging Laboratory
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School

 

 

i guess im fine

post #34 of 60

with k701 and emu 0204

post #35 of 60

I didn't like this one, it only allowed me one listen per!  On another one where I could play them a couple times I got down to .06 something and averaged at .8

 

For this one though:

 

 

 

 

Used ODAC>O2>HE-400.

 

 

According to Inner Fidelity Graphs, HE-400 has lots of distortion at even normal volumes in the lower mids, so I wonder what I could do with a cleaner headphone like HE-6 or HD800.

post #36 of 60

With as much loud noise as I endure at work all day, I'm cool with this one.

 

 

At 500 Hz you can reliably hear pitch differences of 1.5 Hz, which means you did better than approximately 92.1% of people who took our test!

 

 

Some of them I can hear a difference in pitch, but I can't quite tell if it's higher or lower.  

Used HD 600s right into the iMac, and a few beers in me too.  beerchug.gif

post #37 of 60

Onboard Soundcard, Bowers & wilkins C5 In ear Headphones. I think I didn't do bad for that horrible setup... I'll see what a second test will give me. ;)

 

 

 

At 500 Hz you can reliably hear pitch differences of 2.28125 Hz, which means you did better than approximately 81.5% of people who took our test!
post #38 of 60

Ok 2. One:

 

Still onboard soundcard, B & W C5

 

 

 

At 500 Hz you can reliably hear pitch differences of 1.8125 Hz, which means you did better than approximately 87.6% of people who took our test!

 

Is this good for my horrible setup?

post #39 of 60

Guys you're not gonna believe that...

 

Just for fun I decided to take out my cheap headset i use to talk over skype (http://www.google.ch/products/catalog?q=creative+fatal1ty&sugexp=chrome,mod%3D18&um=1&ie=UTF-8&cid=17264457707889650632&sa=X&ei=9UylUMayH4b-4QTv-oFQ&ved=0CEYQ8wIwAQ

 

 

I just scored 0.46875 Hz, No idea why, but it seemed like I always knew it, didn't have to guess. :D

 

 

 

At 500 Hz you can reliably hear pitch differences of 0.46875 Hz, which means you did better than approximately 99.9% of people who took our test!

 

 

Seems like I also get under 1Hz with the B&W C5 now. Nice :D

 

 

 

At 500 Hz you can reliably hear pitch differences of 0.9375 Hz, which means you did better than approximately 97.9% of people who took our test!

 

 

After 3 Runs with C5, and 3 Runs with my cheap headset:

 

Headset: 0.49-0.71

C5: 0.73-0.9375


Edited by Sleinzel - 11/15/12 at 1:46pm
post #40 of 60

Are you 4 years old?  Because if so, then that makes sense.  If not, are you from Krypton or are you bionic in any way?

post #41 of 60
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Are you 4 years old?  Because if so, then that makes sense.  If not, are you from Krypton or are you bionic in any way?

 

I'm Batman. :D

 

And no, i'm not 4 years old, i'm 17.

post #42 of 60
Quote:
At 500 Hz you can reliably hear pitch differences of 1.09375 Hz, which means you did better than approximately 96.4% of people who took our test!

 

Not unhappy with this, I'd hazard a bet that most of these very good scores (as seen above) are probably flukes.

post #43 of 60

Thank you for taking our Pitch Discrimination Test at http://musicianbrain.com/pitchtest.
At 500 Hz you can reliably hear pitch differences of 2.125 Hz, which means you did better than approximately 82.7% of people who took our test!

 

not happy at all... but the volume was abit too high and I didn't really try again...

post #44 of 60
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Originally Posted by Sleinzel View Post

And no, i'm not 4 years old, i'm 17.

Same thing.

post #45 of 60

HD558 + Dell integrated soundcard + Hippo box amp, age is 17


Thank you for taking our Pitch Discrimination Test at http://musicianbrain.com/pitchtest.
At 500 Hz you can reliably hear pitch differences of 9 Hz, which means you did better than approximately 35.2% of people who took our test!
How will your friends do? Share this test online, or forward this email to find out!
For more information check out http://musicianbrain.com/td_faq.htm.
--
Music and Neuroimaging Laboratory
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School 

frown.gif (didnt retry, and volume was also too loud)


Edited by streetdragon - 11/19/12 at 6:20am
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