#4
I can sort of hear the 20 Hertz, but I dropped at 10 Hertz, it came back a little bit between 11 and 13 lol. I tried another test and I could hear 12 Hz perfect.
sure is annoyingly loud screeching tones lol.
This test isn't really that reliable because it might not work with certain speakers to go so high or so low.
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#5
Its an inacurate way to test your hearing because frequencies get cut out when you post on youtube. Plus, somtimes when you think you can't hear it, It may just be that your speakers arent capable of reproducing it.
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#8
I've got a dead spot between 10kHz and 11kHz, then I can hear up to 12 kHz, and then some residual hearing from there on up. Dammit.
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i felt like i was in a plane taking off, kind of cool
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I thought I was deaf for a second, until I saw you needed headphones. D'oh.


And I don't have headphones.
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heard everything till 13k
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I've got a dead spot between 10kHz and 11kHz, then I can hear up to 12 kHz, and then some residual hearing from there on up. Dammit.


Ditto.
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I heard everything up to 13 kHz.
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BAH!

I faded at 13.5, or so.

I wanted to make it to about 14 or 15.
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I can sort of hear the 20 Hertz, but I dropped at 10 Hertz, it came back a little bit between 11 and 13 lol. I tried another test and I could hear 12 Hz perfect.
sure is annoyingly loud screeching tones lol.
This test isn't really that reliable because it might not work with certain speakers to go so high or so low.
Yeah me too, mine died out somewhere after 10 but came back at 11-13 kHZ and that was the last I heard. I heard everything else though.
#18
At 1+ khz the volume changed constantly for me. Happened to anyone else?
Also, from 10 khz to 11 khz I had a dead spot. At 11khz it went back. Stopped hearing at 14 khz.

I started hearing at 30 hz.
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#19
O.o

I dropped out at what I assume is 10.5 kHz, but then I could hear 11, and stopped entirely at around 13.

Any now my ears hurt.
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At 1+ khz the volume changed constantly for me. Happened to anyone else?

The actual volume in decibels stays the same, but it just seems louder because of the frequency.

Like the THX sound.
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I heard all the low end, but I faded out at 10 khtz
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I was tested at a doctor not too long ago, and can hear down to 24Hz, and can also distinguish two tones 0.1125Hz apart.



thats a good test for us musicians anyone find on on youtube?

i was 20-13.5 with the deadspot at 10 but my left hearing is slightly better.
#23
This is stupid, really high frequencies are not existent in youtube videos. They compress the audio and get rid of unnecessary sound frequencies. I will now proceed to watch the video.
sup?
#24
My ears hurt.
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#25
i hear nothing untill 60Hz.. what could have caused this damage? I can hear up to 13kHz though.
#27
I start hearing at 30Hz then stop hearing at 13kHz
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I can hear everything from the start until 13khertz
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13khz .. since almost everybody has that, I think something went wrong there


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