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    I was told long time ago that men lose high frequency noise first. That is find as some females tend to shout high pitch. Also you do not hear crickets. I do not hear well/get irritated on UPS or now next door's electric fence alarms. Those are driving SWAMBO nuts. I do have officially poor hearing. Sometimes makes my day

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    Without pics it is impossible to (pretend) what I hear!
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    My wife played it for me this morning and all I could hear was a clear 'Laurel'

    Then she walked to the other side of the room and played it to my son and I could then hear "Yannie", but it sounded very weird, almost slurred.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jp_bez View Post
    O, so what if I hear both Yannie and Laurel?
    It means you can hear in stereo with dolby sound quality

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    A clear Laurel!

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    Not sure what they are on about.
    It's just Jannie Jannie Jannie over and over

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    A lot of very bored people on this thread

    Its Thursday today, go and work.

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    The human hearing range depends on both the pitch of the sound – whether it is high or low – and the loudness of the sound. Pitch is measured in Hertz (Hz) and loudness is measured in decibels (dB).

    For a person with normal hearing, when it comes to pitch the human hearing range starts low at about 20 Hz. That’s about the same as the lowest pedal on a pipe organ. On the other side of the human hearing range, the highest possible frequency heard without discomfort is 20,000Hz. While 20 to 20,000Hz forms the absolute borders of the human hearing range, our hearing is most sensitive in the 2000 - 5000 Hz frequency range.

    As far as loudness is concerned, humans can typically hear starting at 0 dB. Sounds that are more than 85dB can be dangerous for your hearing in the case of prolonged exposure.
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    I hear a drunk guy repeating Laurel over and over,,,,,
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    I hear both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AxEgo View Post
    My wife played it for me this morning and all I could hear was a clear 'Laurel'

    Then she walked to the other side of the room and played it to my son and I could then hear "Yannie", but it sounded very weird, almost slurred.
    I just played it and my headphones was lying on the table next to me, from that distance I heard Yannie and then when I put the headphones on I heard Laurel

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    Hahaha, check out the McGurk effect.

    https://youtu.be/kzo45hWXRWU

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    Or watch this and then close your eyes and listen....

    https://youtu.be/KiuO_Z2_AD4
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    So, if you can't hear it...

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