Re: What do we hear in High frequency hearing ("Dr J.Stevenson's research assistant" )

Subject: Re: What do we hear in High frequency hearing
From:    "Dr J.Stevenson's research assistant"  <jim-ra(at)EOS.ARC.NASA.GOV>
Date:    Fri, 8 Nov 2002 08:20:37 -0800

Hmmm while in the Military on a flattop eventhough I wore both the 'Mickey Mouse' and foam plugs when the high pitch squeel of the turbines and low HZ rumble of AV-8B Harriers would feel like it moved throuout my bones & ears its quite a sound & feeling to hear... It probably blew some of my auditory range though ( audiograms showed some loss upon my discharge ) -Sean On Thu, 7 Nov 2002, Brian Gygi wrote: >> Although it's certainly possible that some information from > 20 kHz is >> audible through bone conduction or standing waves or just healthy cochlea, >> what is it exactly that people are hearing in that range?

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