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Can they make a hearing device or a new kind of ear or something that allows you to switch from being able to hear above or below whatever frequencies you can hear already?
I don't know the principle of operation, but years ago in "Popular Electronics" magazine, there was a construction article for a device that would allow you to hear super-sonic sounds like dog whistles, the sounds that insects make, etc. I think it mixed and shifted frequencies kinda like a super-heterodyne radio receiver does with RF. Like you, I'd like to have such a device. On the other hand, if a device picked up sub-sonic sounds, it would probably just pick up those "boom trucks" that all the young people drive, and in my opinion we can already hear those things from far enough away (about a mile). Supporting ideaIndustry uses this equipment. A link is provided, but only as an example of the stuff being considered. No opinion, pro or con, is stated or implied. It's just a window to look through. Note: the stuff is kinda pricey for non-professional acquisition. Hit the www and see what else is out there.
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The average human can hear frequencies of up to 20,000 Hertz.
The average human ear can discern tones down to about 20Hz (cycles per second). The lowest that humans can normally hear is in the 20 Hertz range (20 cycles/sec). 20HZ
2Khz to 110kHz
The device that allows u 2 hear the CD and codes is called a laser head.
Snakes can't hear.
humans can hear from 12hz to 20khz (20,000hz)
Species | Approximate Range (Hz) / human | 64-23,000 / dog | 67-45,000 / cat | 45-64,000 / cow | 23-35,000 / horse | 55-33,500 / sheep | 100-30,000 / rabb…it | 360-42,000 / rat | 200-76,000 / mouse | 1,000-91,000 / gerbil | 100-60,000 / guinea pig | 54-50,000 / hedgehog | 250-45,000 / raccoon | 100-40,000 / ferret | 16-44,000 / opossum | 500-64,000 / chinchilla | 90-22,800 / bat | 2,000-110,000 / beluga whale | 1,000-123,000 / elephant | 16-12,000 / porpoise | 75-150,000 / goldfish | 20-3,000 / catfish | 50-4,000 / tuna | 50-1,100 / bullfrog | 100-3,000 / tree frog | 50-4,000 / canary | 250-8,000 / parakeet | 200-8,500 / cockatiel | 250-8,000 / owl | 200-12,000 / chicken | 125-2,000
the rookie football player who kept asking his coach to flood the football field with water so he could go in as a sub?
"Ear". Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia. CD-ROM. 2000. | "The maximum range of human hearing includes sound frequencies from about 15 to about 18,000 waves, or cycles, per secon…d." | 15-18,000 Hz
There are two ways that I'm aware of. 1) While playing the game, hit the 'Esc' key and navigate to Options or Settings. From here, turn 'Music' all the way down. You can't mu…te all sounds in this way. 2) Windows-based: Right-click your volume icon in the taskbar and 'Open volume mixer'. Find the WolfQuest application and click the small speaker icon to mute the game. This will completely mute WolfQuest, even the sounds that the in-game options do not allow you to.
New technologies have allowed for hearing aids to really improve for the patient! In the past, the hearing aid was solely in the hard-of-hearing ear and mainly consisted of am…plifying the exterior noise and channeling it into the inner-ear. Now, through bone-conductive technology, we are actually able to transmit sound through the human's bones into their inner ear. This process was approved by the FDA and Sonitus Medical came out with the first hearing aid that was able to achieve this without the need of surgery. What happens is that the user wears a small microphone on their weaker ear. This mic picks up the sounds on that side of the persons head and wirelessly transmits it to a type of retainer that the user wears in their mouth. This device receives the signal and sends small vibrations through the molars and jaw towards the inner-ear on the healthy side. Once the vibrations get to the inner ear they are transferred in our minds as sound and the user is able to experience true hearing without the use of their bad ear. It really is remarkable.
The Hiker Who Realized That He Needed Glasses One Day When He Tried To Kill A Stick With A Snake
hearing is something you have a ear drum in your ear witch every time you hear something
A laser head.