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No. It's the opposite: noise cancelling headphones typically reduce fatigue. The opposing sound waves generated by active noise cancellation technology end up blocking key parts of the sound spectrum (aka your music). Not correct. The noise cancellation blocks outside sound, but doesn't not affect the spectrum of the music. Overall the transfer ...


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I have downloaded audio using youtube-dl in the best quality(opus @160k (48000Hz)) from the linked video and opened it in Audacity. The spectrogram displays that the file contains the claimed frequencies. The concerns regarding troubles in representing sine waves are unwarranted due to Nyquist–Shannon sampling theorem, which proves it is possible to ...


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The question is complicated. First, we should be clear that audiologists conduct more elaborate tests than just "pure tone audiometry". Wikipedia provides a good summary, including examining the ear, and conduction more functional tests like the Words-in-Noise Test. If we look at the hearing tests conducted by YouTube memes, Miles Kitaro tweeted an ...


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