ahahaaha!Bugsy said:There must be something wrong with that test. I can hear all the tones bar the last one.
nice try thoughYou claimed to be able to hear a tone that contained absolutely no sound!
The highest pitched ultrasonic mosquito ringtone that I can hear is 22.4kHz
Can't hear a fcuking thing!Pompeii said:
I agree i could hear them all except for the last one on my laptop speakers i think the test is w**k and a con for kids to buy the ringtonesSarastro said:Like Kahonen said, listening to it on that page is meaningless.
I've scored very well on 2 Army hearing tests, but couldn't hear even 14.1 on headphones there. However, turning on speakers and turning the volume up, and I can hear all but the last one. I'll bet the rest of you will find the same if you fiddle around with your computer / speakers.
You need the frequencies played at specific dB levels in a controlled silent environment to find out how good your hearing actually is.
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