I could hear a couple fighting, and two pigs having sex in the background. I might be mistaken, but I may also have heard a gunshot and an advert stating that the anthology will be released sometime this year.
Thistleboy1980 wrote: I could hear a couple fighting, and two pigs having sex in the background. I might be mistaken, but I may also have heard a gunshot and an advert stating that the anthology will be released sometime this year.
You didn't hear that! That's OBVIOUSLY the Hangman vinyl (Studio version)!!!
Presbycusis or age-related hearing loss, is the cumulative effect of aging on hearing.
The Mosquito or Mosquito alarm is an electronic device used to deter loitering by young people by emitting sound at high frequency, in some versions so it can only be heard by younger people. The devices have attracted controversy on the basis of human rights and discrimination concerns.
The device is marketed as a safety and security tool for preventing youths from congregating in specific areas. As such, it is promoted to reduce anti-social behaviour such as loitering, graffiti, vandalism, drug use, drug distribution, and violence. In the UK, over 3,000 have been sold, mainly for use outside shops and near transport hubs. The device is also sold in Australia, France, Denmark, Italy, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Canada and the USA.
Critics say that it discriminates against young people and infringes their human rights, while supporters argue that making the Mosquito illegal would infringe the rights of shopkeepers who suffer business losses when "unruly teenagers" drive away their customers.
I fucking HATE those mosquito alarm devices. They have one at the Southgate Mall here in town right at the main entrance, and it is painfully annoying as hell having to hear that even while just walking through the doors.
I'm nearly 29 and I can still hear that frequency very clearly.
pittrek wrote: Ouch my ears! Is it normal that it caused me pain? And yes, I'm 34 and I heard it
Depends on the volume. The louder you have it on, the more likely you'll hear it (regardless of age) and the more likely that it hurts.
I recently had a professional hearing test (long story), and it turns out I'm approximately 30% more sensitive to sound in most frequencies than the average person, but apparently, that also means I'm about 30% more susceptible to hearing damage across the board. So if you have good hearing, be warned! It also means you have to take stronger measures sooner than the average person to protect your hearing
I couldn't hear it. The speaker was on mute though...does that make a difference?
Just kidding ;)
I played it through the laptop speakers and I could hear it just fine. I am the same age as Pittrek. Oh that reminded me of a thread long ago where we looked up the song that was number 1 on the charts at the time we were born, and I do recall Pittrek and I had similar results.