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“Scientists made it easier to hear by isolating the 84 hertz helicopter blade sound......”

Really?? :wacko:

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As great as that is the sound will never replace the wupwwupwupwupwupwupwup of a Huey coming to take you out a bad place.

 

Someone around here flies three to five Hueys about once a month.

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12 minutes ago, Colorado Coffinmaker said:

 

Didn't hear a thing on the playback.  Dead quiet.

Yeah. And I had the volume turned up to 11.

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1 hour ago, Colorado Coffinmaker said:

 

Didn't hear a thing on the playback.  Dead quiet.

 

1 hour ago, Utah Bob #35998 said:

Yeah. And I had the volume turned up to 11.

 

It's subtle and doesn't come on until maybe 25 seconds into the video. 

 

If you have a headset try with that.

 

With the age and life experiences of so many here I suspect that hearing degradation may make it very,  very difficult for some to hear.

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Couldn’t hear a thing either and my hearing is great! The video was cool though!

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I heard it loud and clear on my I-Mac!! Cool!B)

 

Couldn't hear it on my phone though.

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If I listen to it on my Samsung Galaxy S10, outputting through the speakers, I can barely hear it.  If I use the earbuds it is very clear, and if I use my desktop there is no mistaking it.

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1 hour ago, Colorado Coffinmaker said:

 

Nada.  Oh Well.

 

 

Try it with earphones of some sort.  Don't expect a standard helicopter thutter, but a hum like static.

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2 minutes ago, Subdeacon Joe said:

 

 

Try it with earphones of some sort.  Don't expect a standard helicopter thutter, but a hum like static.

Yeah that’s what I did. Just a static sound.....in addition to the normal telephone bells. :(

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50 minutes ago, Utah Bob #35998 said:

Yeah that’s what I did. Just a static sound.....in addition to the normal telephone bells. :(

 

 

The initial wind, then the static hum.  Fortunately it is at a slightly different pitch than my tinnitus so I can hear it with reasonable clarity.  

Every once in a while I wonder what silence would seem like now.

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18 hours ago, Subdeacon Joe said:

 

 

It's subtle and doesn't come on until maybe 25 seconds into the video. 

 

If you have a headset try with that.

 

With the age and life experiences of so many here I suspect that hearing degradation may make it very,  very difficult for some to hear.

Huh?  What did you say?

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3 minutes ago, Forty Rod SASS 3935 said:

Huh?  What did you say?

 

 

10,000 comics out of work.....

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Apparently the frequency is somewhere within the range of MY tinnitus.  Of course, I spent major time around LOUD airplanes, not necessarily with correct hearing protection.  I also don't see it as a "Big Deal."

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