That’s one way to tame the HD800 spike
Even with my "modded" hearing, I find them a bit edgy.
Sorry to hear, I hope it doesn't cause you too much trouble? I've got something similar going on in my left ear, though not quite as deep I think; just dicked around with a mobile app making "sound profiles". It's a souvenir from a rock concert I didn't know I'd be attending.
Fingers crossed humans find a cure for this sooner rather than later— perfect hearing well into dotage for not a lot of money please!
A bit of a surprise that was, although I think this test was rather basic. I think a lot of people have this dip between 4-6khz from loud noise. As long as I can feel the bass...
Yup, literature says that this is the first place to go when exposed to dangerous SPLs, unless I'm misremembering. I'm just keeping my fingers crossed for advancements in med tech. Also mildly irked it's just the one ear in my case, that'd explain some things.
Bass ftw :))
I can sympathise, although do not worry to much. My daughter is deaf in one ear and has very good hearing in the others. It is amazing to what she can do with that one ear.
Yup. Sounds right. 4 to 6kHz. High frequency hearing loss from age is in the top octave. Even then, it's not loss, but rather decreased sensitivity. Hearing damage is deep nulls in the upper mids.
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