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In Reply to: RE: Is that Aunt Enid? (nt) posted by mkuller on April 14, 2017 at 16:53:23
I thought Enid was crazy when she first wrote about dirty power. I could not have been more wrong. I tried to find her after she left TAS but had no luck. I wanted to apologize.
she recommended removing the telephone* from the listening room? The thought of such a small speaker diaphragm having a sonic impact in the room mystified me.
However I was friends with Jud Barber of Joule Electra and he claimed his wife Maryanne could hear the filaments in a light bulb. So she could say while blindfolded if a light was turned on or not. Just because I can't hear something doesn't mean no one else can either. ;^)
*For you youngsters, that was pre-cell phone days when we had only larger land-line devices.
"The piano ain't got no wrong notes." Thelonious Monk
It's true that certain incandescent light bulb filaments do "sing". Some more than others. If you have one which "sings", and it's on a dimmer, you can actually vary its audible output.
Now you know.
I have a friend who claims he can hear ultra sonic alarms. That's why he can never take his wife shopping. Bother his ears too much.
"I have a friend who claims he can hear ultra sonic alarms. That's why he can never take his wife shopping. Bother his ears too much. "
From what I've gleaned it is not so much hearing but a sensation.
Related : Many years ago I read that they were adding AC high frequency bias to hearing aids. This after some hard of hearing reported being able to hear better in the presence of ultrasonic alarms.
I am pretty sure they stopped the process and I think I know why. Because that constant high frequency tears the cilia in your inner ear up even more, accelerating hearing loss.
ROFLMAO smart man
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