My tinnitus follows me everywhere, listening to my main system and with headphones or earbuds. I unconsciously tune it out so it's not a major issue in music enjoyment. I'm due for a hearing checkup but I have no doubt I've lost some upper and lower frequency hearing. It sucks getting old so when someone comes up with a cure let me know.
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Do this at your own risk.
Tinnitus has a frequency that can be matched using this online sine wave generator. If you put on some head phones and tune it to the same frequency as your tinnitus, turn up the volume to a loud level for a minute or so, your hearing/brain is said to automatically be able to notch out that frequency of your tinnitus for a while.
I don’t have tinnitus, but it’s worth a try.
Also never listen to those burn in cd’s, close the door and get out of the room, as they will also do the same at whatever frequency they run at, and notch your hearing out, this is why many swear there’s a difference to their system after doing it, when all their doing is creating a dip in their hearing.
So you're saying it just works on a human level & doesn't actually do what they claim (ie: accelerate the burn in process & do a more thorough job)?I myself don't use burn in cd's, to burn anything in,I do use professional audio bench equipment at different low frequencies to break-in woofer roll-surrounds before auditioning.
What I'm saying is that if your in the same room when a burn in CD is pounding your system into submission, it's also notching out your hearing at that same frequency, and maybe this is why some say there's a huge difference in sound.