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 What is the audible hearing range?

Answer The typical audible hearing range for an average person is roughly between the frequencies of 20 and 20,000 Hz. This corresponds to an approximate intensity of 0 to 130 decibels. For comparison, a... Read More »
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What is the audible range of the human ear?

The human ear can respond to sounds if they are in the audible frequency range of 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz. While some people are able to hear the entire range of frequencies, others are not.Source:Hyper... Read More »
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What is the hearing frequency range of headphones?

They were receiving instructions and timings. Also, because sound travels much slower than light, each performer would have had the music directly in their earphones to ensure they all stayed in time.
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Bass sound below human hearing range.?

If I have good/excellent hearing and I then wear hearing aids.....?

The frequencies amplified to make speech easier to hear, mostly between 1 and 3Khz, are quite high, and one downside of wearing aids is that high-pitched noises. like cutlery and crockery banging t... Read More »
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