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sensation of pressure
Another data point: I agree that people
experience a sensation rather like hydrostatic pressure
on the ears when they walk into an anechoic room (with
or without door closed) and also that the effect goes
away with long experience in the anechoic room.
Related monaural effect: When I first started working
in sound treated booths with perforated walls backed by
sound absorbing material, I noticed pressure on a single
ear when that ear was near a wall.
Anybody else agree?
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