The sound of the airplane from the outside is pretty loud BUT when you get inside of an airplane and your flying you cant hear any thing
check fan clutch if equiped Rick I think this is a matter of the wheel hub bearing... definitely cause i had the same problem... to verify, simply move your steering wheel left and right on the highway or a safe street (not to the point of losing control), and you will see that the noise will fluctuate as you do that procedure... thanks.. Robert
a car accelerating.
That is hard to describe in words. There are three types of sounds based on the type of engines: (a) propellor airplane, (b) Turbo-prop airplane and (c) Jet-powered airplane.
Two O's beside each other make different sounds as in food, look, blood, and door. Mostly two O's beside each other make the long "u" sound.
It all depends on the person some people love flying some are terrified you just have to try it. This can depend on the type of airplane and type of flying. I sometimes get scared in a small 2-man or 4-man airplane but I never worry in a large passenger airliner. I think it is because a small plane you are closer to the fast moving ground. A large jet is smooth and quiet. Another way to allieve your anxiety is to learn what the sounds are. Some sounds seem loud and surprising. If you know what the sounds means, such as landing gear is extending, then you will feel more comfortable.unless your scared of planes, no
they make powerful propeller sounds.
sounds like your after space-shuttle
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its on an advert on itv,sounds like Paulo nutini
Sounds Of Blackness
aircraft could include helicopters, and it sounds more professional
They make various chirps, chatters and screeches.
To muffle the sounds of the engine /exhaust coming out take it off and see how it sounds!
It sounds like you have an infection.
Because of what it sounds like--the chop-chop-chop sounds coming off the rotors.
Probably not. Flying squirrels do make high pitched sounds, but it is unlikely that they can echolocate like bats.
Sounds like gnats
probably a bad wheel bearing...get a "free" brake inspection at a midas or similar, and while theyre checkin it , mention the noise and be certain it's not a safety issue, also, they could probably install a bearing pretty affordably at that point.... also everyone should have a manual for their vechicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available in the reference section for FREE to make copies of--the PRO manual has more detailed info, and may have wiring diagrams when needed...read up and fix 'em like a PRO...good luck Dave :)
I have no idea where "Belarus" is but I'm assuming you take an airplane. Sorry if this sounds like sarcasm. :)
Likely to be a punctured lung.