An average human is capable of hearing frequencies from 20hz to 20000hz. Are you a superhuman or worse than average? Check it out!
The older we get, the harder it becomes for us to hear high-frequency sounds. The worse it gets, the fewer chances you have of hearing the birds sing, the beeping of your microwave, and even consonants like s,h or f. You don’t want that to happen to you, right? Do you have any reasons to worry about it? How can you test your ears?
Here’s a simple, but 100 % accurate test you can take, and we are going to run it in a few moments. When it’s done, we are going to share some fun facts on hearing we bet you didn’t know.
What should you do? Put on your headphones. Make sure you are in a quiet place, with no background noises.
Test description 0:35
Best hearing test ever 2:15
10 fun facts about hearing 3:46
How many of you turned out to be superhumans who could catch the sound at 150? Anyone? Oh, yours was 120? That’s pretty amazing, too. 110? That is also better than the average result. Well done! Now, let us see how many of us hear have average or better than average hearing.
If your results are not so good, do not panic. Your age influences your ability to hear high frequencies, remember? If it’s really bad, try it again. Maybe the sound was off on your computer. If you are perfectly sure it’s not the computer to blame, you might want to see a doctor to figure out what’s wrong.
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