Categories Personal Hearing of a teenager Post author By Dave Post date March 1, 2009 3 Comments on Hearing of a teenager Created by Train Horns Tags high frequency, tone By Dave He was born in Canada, but currently lives in Boulder, CO up in Boulder Heights. View Archive → ← Making stuff work in Vista x64 → First Rally Cross in our car 3 replies on “Hearing of a teenager” I couldn’t hear it, so I downloaded the .mp3, converted to .wav, and ran an FFT to see what was there. Both left and right channels output a 14.993KHz tone (and nothing else within 80db of that). I would think that whether one can hear this depends quite a bit on the type of speakers used. Not that I could hear this anyway…my tinnitus is like having a high-pitched tone (think old-time TV set horizontal sweep frequency) playing in your head all the time. It’s loud enough that it masks real sounds anywhere near it’s frequency. […] is getting rid of my squealing brakes…. The local mechanic couldn’t hear it at all, this is probably why. I’m going to try to remove and reassemble my brake pads and grease […] I’m definitely over 25 and I can definitely hear it. train horns Comments are closed.