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 How to Hear the Tone of the Bell from a Spoon?

Answer It is possible to simulate the tone of the bell using a metallic spoon or fork. The sound you hear depends on the size, type and shape of the utensil you use.
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I have a regular analog phone in my garage.. can I hook up a loud bell to it, so i can hear it better from far?

you can buy a huge bell, just make sure yoou do not exceed the REN for your line.after you buy a bell, call your telco and have them increase the REN.good source for real Western Electric bells and... Read More »
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Magic jack i only hear every other word changed phones lines i even bought mjack plus still only hear every o?

wireless + VoIP = jitter, latency and poor audio connectiontry with a wired internet connection, if still having problems log into the router and make sure SIP ALG is disabled..
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Are people able to hear your music through FM transmitter if they are on the same frequency Therefore are they able to hear your phone conversations if you are using hands free function?

If you have the money GET IT! I'm saving up for one at the mo, someone I know let me have a go on theirs and I absolutely love it! The camera is amazing and is really easy to view your pictures and... Read More »
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Would you be able to hear a train from about two and a half miles away I hear it late at night?

It appears you are answering your own question. Under the right conditions I have heard train whistles from twice that distance, as from the top of a mountain with the train traveling through a val... Read More »
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