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26 July 2006 @ 12:53 pm
Why, Yes, I AM a Wannabe Sound Engineer. Why Do You Ask?  
You are a dog
Or maybe you are a mosquito, you certainly can't be human.

The highest pitched ultrasonic mosquito ringtone that I can hear is 21.1kHz
Find out which ringtones you can hear!
 
 
 
Debbie Gtollers on July 26th, 2006 05:35 pm (UTC)
Heh... I need to try this later with headphones and see if that makes a difference. I topped out at 15.8kHz but I don't know if the limitation is my ears or my laptop speakers. :-)

You are in your twenties
You can still hear reasonably well and you can play this without my old fart colleagues hearing it which makes you feel kinda good.

The highest pitched ultrasonic mosquito ringtone that I can hear is 15.8kHz
Find out which ringtones you can hear!
Gypsy Youngravenyoungraven on July 26th, 2006 10:28 pm (UTC)
Criminey. I must be deaf.
Scott Snyder: Headphonesbardiclug on July 27th, 2006 04:00 am (UTC)
I know for a fact that I can hear 22.3... but they cheated for a joke. :)

You are a liar
You claimed to be able to hear a tone that contained absolutely no sound!

The highest pitched ultrasonic mosquito ringtone that I can hear is 22.4kHz
Find out which ringtones you can hear!


Of course - I downloaded and looked at the waveform BEFORE clicking on the result button - I'm such a lusr.

Scott Snyder: Headphonesbardiclug on July 27th, 2006 04:02 am (UTC)
And - the tones they provide are highly uneven - so it's not much of a test.

Just sayin'...

ChaoticGoodChic: pic#49590563chaoticgoodchic on August 1st, 2006 12:31 am (UTC)
2nd Treble. Not the one on the end, but the next one over.
For voices in a "middle" range, this needs to be WAY up or people like me won't be able to understand any of the words. Pushing this way up should not affect the overall sound to people with "regular" ears.

-Just a word to a sound engineer from someone with really weird hearing.

Thanks!!