What would cause your vehicle to start and run but seem muffled or sound like its puttering?
What do you think would happen to the sound if an object were placed in the path the sound was traveling?
I've had an ear infection for a week and now sound in my left ear is muffled It happened after I slept 3 hours long what do I do?
When you press the soft pedal it puts a piece of cloth over the strings in the piano, so that when you play it produces a soft, muffled sound. If you don't know how a piano works, then: When you press the keys on the piano, it activates some hammer/s inside the piano, which taps on the strings inside. So therefore, when you use the soft pedal, it would make a muffled sound because the…
Ever since I put speed cream on my reds bearings my skateboard sound hollow and muffled when I pop. Why is it doing this?
What would cause the radio in a new 2004 Lincoln Navigator tuned to AM 750 to make the sound vacillate from muffled to clear audio?
Perhaps a worn CV joint (usually more of a clicking sound when turning), but there are many components in the front end of a motor vehicle that could cause a knocking (or similar) sound, including suspension components, brakes, steering components and bearings. Worn tie rods, by the way, do not normally cause a knocking sound, but result in very loose feeling steering and noticeable drift, especially at highway speeds. A knocking sound is more likely…
500 years before x-rays were invented, Italian surgeon Guido Lanfranc would place a violin string between a patient's teeth. When the string was plucked, it would cause the skull to vibrate in a musical note. If the sound was bright and clear, the skull was intact and healthy. If the sound was dim and muffled, it indicated that a fracture was likely present. His results were surprisingly accurate.